Dallas, Texas - Arcis Golf – the second largest fee simple owner-operator of private, resort, and daily fee clubs in the United States – has assumed operation of Weston Hills Country Club, a private membership country club located outside of Fort Lauderdale in Broward County, Florida.
An industry leader in providing unrivaled lifestyle amenities and unique experiences for members and guests, Arcis was recently named a “Top 100 Business in Golf” by the National Golf Foundation, as well as ranked No. 2 in the “Travel & Hospitality” category in the 2017 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
“Arcis is committed to significantly enhancing the member experience and lifestyle at Weston Hills, both on and off the golf course,” said Blake Walker, Arcis Golf CEO, which also owns the club. “During the coming months, we look forward to meeting with the membership and engaging in a dialogue regarding potential improvements to both overall club quality and service levels, addressing what our contemporary membership most desires. It is an exciting time to be a member of Weston Hills. We greatly appreciate the continued support of our members and the community and look forward to building an exciting future together.”
Walker continued, “Around the country, we are thoroughly reinventing each of our clubs to be more relevant to today’s consumers and their families. We are reimagining the way our members and guests live, connect, and play.”
Weston Hills is an integral part of Arcis’ differentiated portfolio of nearly 60 clubs, including: The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Wash. (host of the August 24-26 PGA Tour Champions event: The Boeing Classic); The Club at Ruby Hill in Pleasanton, Calif.; Ancala Country Club in Phoenix, Ariz.; Cowboys Golf Club in Dallas, Texas (the first and only NFL-themed golf club in the world); Eagle Brook Country Club in Geneva, Ill.; and, Hunt Valley Country Club in Baltimore, Md., just to name a few.
Weston Hills has two 18-hole golf courses, designed by world-renowned golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The Tour Course was built in 1990 and is 7,069 yards from the championship tees, while the Players Course was built in 1995 and stretches to 7,272 yards. Weston Hills has hosted the PGA Honda Classic (1992-1995), the Dan Marino Celebrity Invitational (1992-2001), the LPGA Chrysler Plymouth Tournament of Champions (1997), and continues to host various USGA qualifying events.
The club also has eight lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, a heated outdoor swimming pool, and children’s wading area. The 50,000-square-foot clubhouse boasts a beautiful member dining room and bar overlooking the golf courses, perfect for enjoying a cozy family dinner or entertaining friends and business associates. Private rooms for up to 300+ guests accommodate special events, receptions, banquets, and meetings.
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About Arcis Golf
Arcis Golf is the premier operator of public and private golf clubs in the United States and an industry leader, providing dynamic direction and unrivaled amenities that complement diverse playing experiences. Arcis Golf properties enhance the golf and country club lifestyle to a level of excellence designed to exceed the needs and expectations of family, friends, co-workers, and guests of all ages. Capitalizing on the resources developed to support its growing portfolio, Arcis Golf also provides professional management services to third-party owners under its Arcis Advantage division. The company is supported by Arcis Equity Partners, LLC through strategic acquisitions that build and sustain the company’s leadership position.