Oneida Nation hires KemperSports to manage Thornberry Creek

The Oneida Golf Enterprise, a wholly owned business of the Oneida Nation, has selected KemperSports to manage Thornberry Creek at Oneida in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Thornberry Creek is the official course of the Green Bay Packers and host of the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.

Thornberry Creek is a 27-hole course, with The Legends Championship Course, a par 72, 6,934 yard course, and The Original Iroquois – one of only 10 official PGA Family Courses in the state of Wisconsin. It is a par 36 9-hole layout.

“Thornberry Creek at Oneida holds a unique position in the market, and we needed a management partner who truly appreciates that. That’s why KemperSports was selected,” said Tehassi Hill, Chairman, Oneida Business Committee. “The team is known across the industry for its successful custom property management solutions.”

Thornberry Creek is one of more than 60 golf courses that are Native-owned. Pine Hills golf & Supper Club in Geshman, Wisconsin is owned by the Mohican Nation. 

Thornberry Creek also includes a 68,000 square foot clubhouse that includes a Sports Pub & Grill and multiple banquet venues. Thornberry Creek at Oneida is associated with Radisson Hotel & Conference Center and the Oneida Casino. 

“We are proud to be selected by the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin to build on this tradition of great golf for all ages,” said Steve Skinner, CEO of KemperSports. “This is truly a special property and we look forward to working with the team to deliver the best customer experience.”

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