Arcis Golf has added Four Bridges Country Club in Liberty Township, Ohio, to its growing portfolio. This is the ninth club acquisition completed by Arcis in less than a year.
The Four Bridges community has 3,200 residents within Liberty Township, located in Ohio’s Butler County, and is in the center of the fast-growing I-75 corridor north of Cincinnati.
The purchase of this private club from HPA Development Group Inc. and its partners, Doug Herald and Graham Parlin, closed on June 6. Arcis assumed ownership and operation on June 7.
Four Bridges becomes Arcis Golf's 65th property under management and the fifth in Ohio, where the company already owns The Club at Tartan Fields in Columbus and three others in the Cleveland area.
“Four Bridges is an exceptional private club, and we are thrilled to be expanding our footprint in the Ohio market and, specifically, in the Cincinnati area,” Arcis Golf founder and CEO Blake Walker said. “This addition to our portfolio of clubs will build upon our strategy of owning and operating outstanding properties within each of our respective hub markets.”
The club is known for its rich variety of sports and family-centric activities. Designed by Bob Cupp and opened in 2000, the par-72, 18-hole golf course plays to 7,200 yards from the championship tees.
"We intend to bring our operational expertise and unique approach to delivering extraordinary experiences across the entire club,” Arcis Golf regional vice president of operations Jeff Raffelson said. “Our vision is to build upon Four Bridges’ great facilities by expanding the breadth and scope of amenities, programming and services.”