hello Heritage Golf Group acquires three Colorado clubs - Statewide Turf Equipment

Heritage Golf Group has
expanded its portfolio with the acquisition of three semi-private golf clubs in
the Denver region. Heritage purchased The Golf Club at Bear Dance, Colorado
National Golf Club and Plum Creek Golf Club from the Bruening, Bennett, and
Kerr families and Southwest Green, LLC.

The three clubs are Heritage
Golf Group’s first locations in the western United States and expands the
company’s portfolio to include 28 private country clubs, high-end daily-fee and
resort golf courses across the country.

“The opportunity to acquire
these three exceptional facilities really bolsters our continued growth
strategy as we expand geographically,” president and CEO Mark Burnett said.
“Our future capital investment will further enhance the member and player
experience at each property. We are grateful that Stuart Bruening and
his partners selected Heritage Golf Group to continue the legacy of these clubs
for the next generation of families and we look forward to working with him
through a seamless transition.”

Bruening, a long-time member of
the Colorado PGA, was the principal owner of the three courses and will
continue to serve as an advisor to Heritage Golf Group during the transition
period. “I am confident in the vision Heritage Golf Group has for these three
clubs, and its proven experience in elevating the golf experience makes them
the right steward to take over ownership and operations of these properties,” he

The par-72 Bear Dance course
has been ranked for the past eight years as the top daily-fee course in the
Denver area. Located in Larkspur, it is set on 753 acres of mountainous terrain
with mature Ponderosa pines, oak-lined ridges and native grass valleys. With an
average elevation of 6,800 feet, it offers stunning views of the Rocky
Mountains’ Front Range and surrounding mountain landscape. It is the home of
the Colorado PGA and its Hall of Fame. Practice facilities include a full-size
driving range, putting green and chipping green with practice bunker.

Colorado National Golf Club in
Erie was designed by award-winning golf course architect Jay Morrish and
offers breathtaking panoramas of the Rocky Mountains’ northern Front Range. The
18-hole course is set on more than 230 acres of land within the Vista Ridge
Residential Community. Colorado National Golf Club is the long-term home of the
University of Colorado men’s and women’s golf teams and offers a
state-of-the-art practice facility including a double-sided driving range, two
large putting greens, chipping green and practice bunker, and a 7,000 square
foot performance center with an indoor putting/chipping green and four indoor
hitting bays.

Creek Golf Club in Castle Rock, a rapidly growing suburb 45 minutes south of
Denver, is an 18-hole course designed in 1984 by Pete Dye as a
Tournament Players Club course and hosted a Champions Tour event for several
years. Practice facilities include a full-size driving range, putting green,
and chipping green with practice bunker. Significant capital improvements are
underway, including a new irrigation system and a brand-new clubhouse.