Area courses to kick-off golf season with celebration on May 4.
(MIDDLESEX, N.J.) – Indigo Golf Partners – the highly respected and innovative manager of over 150 golf courses, country clubs and resorts in 29 states – has been selected to manage Middlesex County Golf Courses and will celebrate with a ribbon cutting, an inaugural tee shot and more at Tamarack Golf Course on Saturday May, 4th.
Indigo Golf Partners will facilitate clubhouse operations, golf course maintenance, marketing and sales, staffing and training, merchandising, golf instruction and financial management for Middlesex County Golf Courses, including Tamarack Golf Course, The Meadows at Middlesex Golf Course and Raritan Landing Golf Course. The daily-fee courses will be supported by Indigo Golf Partners' regional and national teams to provide expert guidance in all facets of the business.
“Indigo Golf Partners' management and marketing expertise will grow Middlesex County Golf Courses’ area presence to attract new golfers,” says Freeholder Deputy Director Charles Tomaro, Chair of the Administration Committee. “Each course looks forward to becoming a ‘go-to’ golf and events destination in Central New Jersey by enhancing the overall experience for locals and guests alike.”
The May 4th ceremony begins at 11:00 a.m. and will include a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring local officials and an inaugural tee shot to be taken by former MCIA Chairman Len Roseman. All guests in attendance will enjoy breakfast, a putting contest, chipping contest and raffle prizes throughout the morning.
“We are very excited to begin our relationship with Indigo Golf Partners and celebrate with our entire golf community,” says H. James Polos, Executive Director of the Middlesex County Improvement Authority. “Under Indigo Golf Partners' leadership, Middlesex County Golf Courses will thrive this upcoming golf season and beyond.”
“Indigo Golf Partners brings great assets in their vast industry knowledge and national visibility, and their record of success in running, operating, and promoting golf courses across the country” said Middlesex County Improvement Authority Board of Commissioners Chairman, James P. Nolan.
“This year, my colleagues on the Board of Chosen Freeholders and I have tasked the Middlesex County Improvement Authority to become the economic development engine for our county,” said Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios. “By joining with Indigo Golf Partners and their experience, together they will use best-in-class strategies to enhance course conditions, resulting in a better experience for our golfers.”
In 2019, Indigo Golf Partners will celebrate its 30th anniversary of building and refining the strongest operating platform in golf. Indigo Golf Partners manages nine additional New Jersey daily-fee courses including High Bridge Hills Golf Club, Royce Brook Golf Club and Fox Hollow Golf Club.
More information: https://www.middlesexcountygolf.com/, 833.447.4378
About Indigo Golf Partners
One of the largest privately-owned golf course management companies in the U.S., Indigo Golf Partners owns and operates nearly 150 properties in 29 states. Headquartered in Reston, Va. with regional offices across America, Indigo Golf Partners has 30 years of results-driven expertise. The company specializes in full-service course management as well as assistance in specific segments of the golf business, including course and property maintenance, staffing and training, career growth, clubhouse operations, food and beverage, merchandising, golf instruction, marketing and public relations, special events and financial management.
Indigo Golf Partners continues to evolve the golf experience through customized solutions and innovative programs like the annual World’s Largest Golf Outing – a national golf fundraiser conceived by Indigo Golf Partners Chairman and CEO Peter Hill.