DALLAS, Texas – Arcis Golf took ownership of Four Bridges Country Club in Liberty Township, Ohio on June 7. The club becomes the company’s 65th property under management and the fifth in the state, joining three clubs in the Cleveland area and The Club at Tartan Fields in Columbus.
The acquisition was first reported on Golf Inc. magazine.
The 18-hole, par-72 course, designed by Bob Cupp, opened in 2000 with a premium practice area and an extensive sports complex that features multiple racquet courts for tennis, paddle tennis and pickleball, as well as a junior Olympic-size swimming pool and fitness center.
The club sits within the 3,200-resident Four Bridges community.
The original owners of the club had been making strides since 2013 to bring the course back to a championship level, and Arcis looks to continue that trajectory with its focus on lifestyle and its wide network of courses.
In the past few years, Arcis has devoted more than $90 million to upgrades, amenities, training and additions to its courses.
“Our vision is to build upon Four Bridges’ great facilities by expanding the breadth and scope of amenities, programming and services,” according to Jeff Raffelson, Regional Vice President of Operations at Arcis.