KemperSports takes over Greeley CC in Colorado

KemperSports has added a 13th property to its portfolio of private clubs.

The Northbrook, Illinois-based firm has assumed management of Greeley Country Club, one of Colorado’s oldest golf properties. It expects to sharpen the club’s marketing programs and make the club more attractive to prospective members.

“As the private club business has gotten more difficult to manage and our marketing needs have become more apparent,” Greeley’s president said in a press release, “the club’s board of directors decided it was in the best interest of the club to get a professional club management company to help us manage and market the club.”

Greeley is KemperSports’ first golf property in Colorado. The club dates from 1920, when it unveiled a nine-hole, Tom Bendelow-designed golf course. In 1962, Press Maxwell redesigned Bendelow’s holes and added nine of his own.

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