The clubhouse at Santa Rosa Golf amp Country Club Photo courtesy ClubCorp

The clubhouse at Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club. (Photo courtesy ClubCorp.)

ClubCorp Expands Northern California Presence with Acquisition of Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club

ClubCorp said it has plans for a multi-million dollar capital project that will bring improvements to the clubhouse, golf course and practice facilities, and pool at the Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club, which it acquired for an undisclosed sum. 

ClubCorp, Dallas, has acquired Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club in Northern California, according to a media release from ClubCorp on Wednesday announcing the acquisition.

ClubCorp said it has plans for a multi-million dollar capital project that will bring improvements to the clubhouse, golf course and practice facilities, and pool. The purchase price for the previously member-owned private club in Sonoma wine country was not disclosed.

"We are very excited about the addition of Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club, a perfect complement to ClubCorp's portfolio," Mark Burnett, chief operating officer, ClubCorp, said in a statement. "Our many traveling members will now be able to take advantage of their golf, dining and tennis benefits while visiting San Francisco and California's famed Wine Country."

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club is located 55 miles north of San Francisco. The club features an 18-hole golf course with amenities that include a Mediterranean-style clubhouse with upscale dining, bar and grill, ballroom, tennis, swimming and fitness.

"The members at Santa Rosa look forward to being a part of the ClubCorp family and appreciate the value the ClubCorp network brings coupled with ClubCorp's commitment to excellence in their clubs," Mark Matthews, board of directors president, Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club, said in a statement.

ClubCorp's presence in the Northern California area includes Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, Silicon Valley Capital Club in San Jose and Empire Ranch Golf Club, Granite Bay Golf Club, Teal Bend Golf Club and Turkey Creek Golf Club in Sacramento.

Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club marks ClubCorp's 11th club acquisition in the past 14 months. The company has more than 200 clubs in 26 states, the District of Columbia, Mexico and China. Many of its locations include a fitness center.

In February, ClubCorp acquired Marsh Creek Country Club in St. Augustine, Florida. In December 2015, the company acquired Bernardo Heights Country Club in north county San Diego.

ClubCorp acquired these clubs in 2015: Ravinia Green Country Club and Rolling Green Country Club near Chicago, Bermuda Run Country Club in North Carolina, Brookfield Country Club in Georgia, Firethorne Country Club in North Carolina,; Ford's Colony Country Club in Virginia, Temple Hills Country Club in Tennessee and The Legacy Golf Club in Florida (later sold).

ClubCorp ranked No. 5 on Club Industry's Top 100 Health Clubs of 2015 with 2014 revenue of $844.16 million. The company increased its full-year revenue in 2015 to $1.1 billion, according to financials released in February. 

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