Hampton Golf adds Victoria Hills to portfolio

Hampton Golf has been selected to manage the golf course and restaurant at Victoria Hills Golf Club in DeLand, Fla. The terms of the new contract give Hampton Golf control of all aspects of the club including maintenance, food and beverage services, the pro shop and customer service.

“Victoria Hills Golf Club is a magnificent property and we are honored to provide our management services to its facilities with the mission of making them even better for members and residents of Victoria Park,” said M.G. Orender, president and CEO of Hampton Golf said.

Hampton Golf is one of the larger management companies in the Southeast, with 20 golf courses, 10 clubhouse facilities and two spas. The company added 65 employees with the addition of Victoria Hills.

“To be able to go to another premier golf course in that particular location, and welcome it into our family of courses is a win for our company and for all of our 20,000 clients that we have in central and northeast Florida,” Orender said.

Victoria Hills Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 course located within the master-planned community of Victoria Park in DeLand, Fl. Designed by Ron Garl, the semi-private course has been named a Top 50 Course to Play in the U.S. By Golf World magazine, and was voted the 11th Top Public Course in Florida by Golf.com.

Hampton Golf specializes in management of golf courses, and community and leisure centers. Orender hopes that the presence of Hampton Golf in Victoria Park will bring about positive changes not only for golfers, but for all community members.

“The golfers will have great conditions and service and we hope our client feels that not only in the operation, but also in the more vibrant community that we will help build,” Orender said.

Hampton Golf was founded in 1998 by M.G. Orender, 33rd president of The PGA of America, and Ed Burr. Today, the management team employs over 1,000 individuals including 40 PGA professionals. “Based out of Jacksonville, Fla., Hampton Golf manages 20 courses in Georgia, Florida and the Carolinas.”

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