Integrity takes over Kissimmee Oaks course operations

Integrity Golf Company is now overseeing golf course operations at Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club in Kissimmee, Fla. The Orlando-based company will oversee operations of the 6,902-yard, par-72 golf course, designed by Gary Player and Karl Litten. The club, which first opened in 1986, is located minutes away from Walt Disney World.

The 18-hole championship course takes its name for both the city and its many signature 100-year-old oak trees. This is Integrity Golf’s 20th owned or managed Orlando-area golf facility. Integrity Golf currently oversees several nearby golf course developments including Kissimmee Golf Club, Stonegate Golf Club, Harmony Golf Preserve and Mystic Dunes Golf Club. Integrity Golf’s knowledge and work in the local market contributed to its selection as operator. 

“We look forward to helping restore Kissimmee Oaks and putting a plan in place to ensure the future success of this property,” Integrity Golf CEO and President Gene Garrote said in a news release. “We’re eager to start sharing our expertise and knowledge with the owners of the asset and complementing their efforts and stewardship.”

Integrity Golf is one of Golf Inc. Magazine’s Top 25 Largest Management Companies in the world. Overall, Integrity Golf owns or operates 27 golf facilities including private clubs, daily-fee facilities, municipal courses and golf resort properties in Florida, Tennessee, New York, South Carolina and North Carolina.

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