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courses in the past year. It continues to
be the leader in the number of top 100
courses managed by a third-party concern. And the rich are only getting richer.
The third course at Streamsong, called
Streamsong Black, will open soon in central Florida.
It also will manage another Mike
Keiser development, Sand Valley in
Rome, Wis., which will have two courses,
one designed by Coore & Crenshaw and
the other by David Kidd.
“We are truly proud of the work that
we have accomplished at our ‘signature
resorts’ (as you call them) and there is no
doubt that it does strengthen our brand,”
said B.R. Koehnemann, the company’s
director of communications.
In addition to those courses,
KemperSports manages the No.1 golf
resort in the nation, Bandon Dunes in
Bandon, Ore., also developed by Keiser.
And both Bandon Dunes and
Streamsong will see additions, he added.
KemperSports is also seeing more private clubs looking for management services.
“As competition for private club business and new member growth gets more
and more visible, we are seeing many
private clubs turn to us for professional
help,” he said.
While Troon spiked biggest among
the big boys, some smaller management
companies are having their moments too.
Take appliedgolf, for example.
It’s yet to make our list, but it might
just be a matter of time before it does.
It began 10 years ago with one course.
Today, the New Jersey-based company
“We’ve been growing slow and steady
and maintaining what we have,” said
owner Dave Wasenda.
His portfolio includes all kinds of
courses, from high-end country clubs to
“The only thing in common is that
they all have golf balls,” he said.
His firm picks up golf courses normally by reference, he said. They are