Hampton Golf adds Hernando Oaks in Tampa

(Golf Inc.) Hampton Golfhref> has been selected to manage the golf course and club facilities at Hernando Oaks in Brooksville, Fla., just north of Tampa Bay. Hampton Golf currently manages 18 courses and clubs in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas.

Under the management agreement, Hampton Golf is responsible for the club’s golf and hospitality needs, including food and beverage, marketing, course maintenance and management of the facility’s operations. Hernando Oaks is a semi-private golf course open to residents and limited non-residents.
“Our services at Hampton Golf allow golf course facilities to reduce costs, increase revenue and create an atmosphere for guests that is unparalleled to other courses across the state,” said MG Orender, president and CEO of Hampton Golf.

The golf course at Hernando Oaks was designed by Scott Pate of Seaside Golf Development to reflect Florida’s Old-World charm with majestic oaks laden with Spanish moss, tree-lined fairways and rolling greens incorporated throughout the natural course. The par-72, 18-hole course is located within the 626-acre residential community of Hernando Oaks.

Hampton Golf was founded in 1998 by MG Orender, who was the 33rd president of the PGA of America. Hampton Golf manages 10 lifestyle clubhouse facilities, two spas, three residential communities and approximately 20 18-hole championship golf courses from a centralized customer service center in Jacksonville, Fla., with on-site team members at each facility.

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