Integrity adds 23rd Orlando area course

Integrity Golf Company has added Casselberry Golf Club in Casselberry, Fla., to its portfolio of managed courses. 

The management agreement, effective Aug. 15, further solidifies Integrity Golf’s footprint in the Greater Orlando market, as it now oversees 23 golf course properties in the Orlando area. Overall, the company owns and/or operates 34 golf facilities in six states (Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, New York, North Carolina and South Carolina).

“We look forward to partnering with Casselberry city officials and the surrounding community,” Integrity Golf CEO and President Gene Garrote said in a news release. “We’re eager to start sharing our national expertise and complementing everybody’s ongoing efforts and stewardship with this first-class municipal facility.”

Built in 1947, Casselberry Golf Club is one of Central Florida’s oldest golf facilities and is playable for golfers of all levels. The par-69 layout, designed by Paul McClure, features tree-lined fairways and water that plays into 12 holes.

Casselberry City Manager Randy Newlon learned of Integrity Golf’s services from a recommendation from the City of Sanfrod, where Integrity is credited for helping turn around the historic Mayfair Country Club.

“The golf course is a source of pride for Casselberry residents, which is why it was important that it be managed through a strong partnership and with quality service,” Newlon said. “Our priority is to ensure that golfers have an enjoyable experience and that residents continue to enjoy the course as a lovely city landmark.

Integrity Golf Company is the 18th largest golf management company in the world with 34 owned and/or operated private clubs, daily-fee facilities, municipal courses and golf resort properties in in six states, for an 18-hole count of 39.5 courses. Integrity Golf Company also recently announced a partnership with the online tee-time reservation company, GolfNow

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