Two Kentucky clubs merge

Two of the oldest golf properties in Louisville, Kentucky are now one.

The properties – Big Spring Country Club and Harmony Landing Country Club – merged earlier this month, amid reports that they were having trouble finding members. By combining their assets, the clubs believe they can cut expenses, offer more value to potential members and secure their financial futures.

Louisville Business First reports that Harmony Landing lost $930,000 over a four-year period beginning in 2009. Big Spring appears to be on firmer financial ground, as it’s reportedly turned profits in three of the past four years.

Big Spring opened in 1926, Harmony Landing in 1929. Both are said to have golf courses originally designed by George Davies.

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