BrightView signs new contract with club in Florida

Orlando’s West Orange County Club is a historic championship course

A par 71 championship course near Orlando will now be managed by BrightView Golf Maintenance. West Orange Country Club (WOCC) was rebuilt in 2006 after being founded in 1967 and is known in the sunshine state a laid-back, easy going, old south type feel” for its members.

BrightView will be responsible for all aspects of course maintenance, including turf, irrigation, and tree care, with maintenance of putting surfaces a priority.

“We are honored to have been chosen to care for this historic course, one of the best-known private golf facilities in Central Florida,” said Greg Pieschala, President of BrightView Golf Maintenance. “We are looking forward to helping West Orange continue to establish itself as a premier family recreational facility, providing the best golf experience in the region for members, visitors, and competitive golfers.”

The Lloyd Clifton-designed course in Winter Garden, Fla., is known for its "Tin Cup" tournament, a two-day Ryder Cup format pitting junior versus senior golfers. The course also has played host to mini tour events, including the Hooters Tour and Suncoast Ladies Series. 

“After extensive analysis on options available to us, we concluded BrightView Golf Maintenance gave us our best depth of resources while balancing quality against cost,” said Jeff Haire, WOCC partner and owner. “We are very pleased with our decision."

BrightView is the largest provider of commercial landscaping and golf course maintenance services in the United States. It currently manages 24 other championship courses in the state of Florida. 

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