This is Dormie’s sixth golf club in its national portfolio, it said, which includes Victoria National in Newburgh, Indiana; Pinehurst’s Dormie Club; Roanoke’s Ballyhack Golf Club; Nebraska City’sArborLinks; and San Antonio’s Briggs Ranch Golf Club.
Hidden Creek is comprised of 750 acres and is within close access to Atlantic City. It has an 18,000-square-foot clubhouse with a golf shop, fine and casual dining, a billiards room, locker rooms and a fitness center. The Lodge at Hidden Creek has eight bedrooms and two great rooms.
“Our focus immediately following an acquisition is the golf course and the attention and resources it may need from the standpoints of equipment, staffing, and technology,” Dormie Network President Zach Peed said. “We then begin to evaluate investments in service staff and amenities to the extent that they enhance the experiences of members and their guests.”
Under terms of the acquisition, Hidden Creek members will transition into Dormie Network’s three membership classifications over time. The club’s maintenance equipment and golf cart fleets will also be updated.
“We are honored to add another exceptional Coore-Crenshaw golf club to Dormie Network’s portfolio with the purchase of Hidden Creek Golf Club,” Peed said. “With the addition, we welcome Hidden Creek’s members to the Dormie Network family, while at the same time adding value for current members and their guests.”
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.