Integrity Golf Company takes on Japanese-owned course in North Carolina

Integrity Golf Company has been directed to restore confidence among the members of a Japanese-owned golf property in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Forest Oaks Country Club closed briefly earlier this month, after its Raleigh-based management company, ES2 Sports & Leisure, declared for bankruptcy protection. ES2, which operated the property as Proehlific Club at Forest Oaks, had been in place for just a year before it got caught in a financial squeeze.

Tadashi Hattori, one of Forest Oaks’ co-owners, is familiar with Integrity’s abilities, for it manages a golf property he owns in Orlando, Florida, Hunter’s Creek Golf Club.

“The future of Forest Oaks Country Club could not be brighter,” Hattori wrote in a letter to the club’s members, “and we are excited to be able to restore the club to the level of service all our members deserve as soon as the court allows.”

Integrity’s portfolio includes 20 golf properties in Florida (among them Golden Bear Golf Club in Windermere) and a handful of others in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Integrity Golf Company has been directed to restore confidence among the members of a Japanese-owned golf property in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Forest Oaks Country Club closed briefly earlier this month, after its Raleigh-based management company, ES2 Sports & Leisure, declared for bankruptcy protection. ES2, which operated the property as Proehlific Club at Forest Oaks, had been in place for just a year before it got caught in a financial squeeze.

Tadashi Hattori, one of Forest Oaks’ co-owners, is familiar with Integrity’s abilities, for it manages a golf property he owns in Orlando, Florida, Hunter’s Creek Golf Club.

“The future of Forest Oaks Country Club could not be brighter,” Hattori wrote in a letter to the club’s members, “and we are excited to be able to restore the club to the level of service all our members deserve as soon as the court allows.”

Integrity’s portfolio includes 20 golf properties in Florida (among them Golden Bear Golf Club in Windermere) and a handful of others in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Golfweek’s list of the nation’s best classic courses. The conference center describes the facility’s Woodlands track, a Rocky Roquemore design, as “a modern target course” and “an unforgiving ogre.”

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