Pair of Midwest courses engage with Landscapes Golf Management

Pair of Midwest courses engage with Landscapes Golf Management

Company will provide advisory services to Lincoln Hills Golf Club and Scotts Bluff Country Club.

Landscapes Golf Management has been selected to provide advisory services to Lincoln Hills Golf Club in Ludington, Michigan, and Scotts Bluff Country Club in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, leveraging the company’s best management practices.

Under multi-year structures, the clubs will benefit from Landscapes Golf Management’s expert counsel in select disciplines involving golf operations, agronomy, marketing, sales, food and beverage, financial management and accounting, and vertical and horizontal construction. Club staff’s access to “L University” online training modules, seminars and one-on-one sessions with company directors augment the clubs’ business strategies.

Lincoln Hills and Scotts Bluff will also participate in Landscapes Golf Management’s national accounts program, “PoweredBuy LGM,” for food and beverage, golf course supplies and materials, heavy equipment, marketing technology, retail merchandise, fixtures and furnishings, and other goods and services.

Lincoln Hills is a semi-private club on the shores of Lake Michigan less than two hours north of Grand Rapids and a similar distance southeast of Traverse City. Scotts Bluff Country Club is a highly respected course in the panhandle of Nebraska, three hours from metro Denver and 90 miles from Cheyenne, Wyoming.  

“The behind-the-scenes guidance Landscapes Golf Management affords Lincoln Hills and Scotts Bluff is invaluable,” Landscapes Golf Management President Tom Everett said. “It’s always productive when fresh, professional, outside perspectives help elevate all the clubs represent to their respective communities.”