Triangle Business Journal Lists Old Chatham Golf Club Atop Triangle’s Private Golf Courses for 2014
Durham, NC, May 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Old Chatham Golf Club, a prestigious golf club based in North Carolina’s Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill Triangle area, has announced its ranking as the Triangle’s top private golf course in 2014 by Triangle Business Journal. The publication’s Book of Lists provides readers with the essential information on the leading buyers, businesses and employers in over 60 of the United State’s most dynamic markets.
“We are extremely proud of our listing atop Triangle Business Journal’s list of private golf clubs,” said John Marino, club director of operations. “Old Chatham is surrounded by several great courses and clubs in the area, and to receive top billing from both Triangle Business Journal and the North Carolina Golf Panel is a true accomplishment. It is also a testament to what our club has strived for since our founding more than a decade ago.”
The list also includes information about rounds played at each of the Triangle’s private golf club. Old Chatham’s members played 12,000 rounds of golf in 2013, a number purposefully kept to a minimum in order to enhance the member experience. The club is known for providing its members with the highest level of service and providing the best golfing experience available.
“This ranking comes as no surprise, as the club honors the history and traditions of golf and places good manners and quality service above all else,” said Allen Wilson, Old Chatham president.
Old Chatham has come a long way since its founding in 2001. This year, in addition to the Triangle Business Journal ranking, the club received top marks from the North Carolina Golf Panel. The 2014 Panel ranked Old Chatham’s golf course top among all Triangle region golf clubs, as well as having the area’s best greens complexes and best 19th hole. The Panel rated Old Chatham as the No. 18 overall golf course in North Carolina.
About Old Chatham Golf Club:
Established in 2001 by area business leaders, Old Chatham Golf Club provides the charm and character of the classics to North Carolina’s Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill Triangle area. A Rees Jones design, Old Chatham Golf Club is the N.C. Golf Panel’s top-rated course in the Triangle. Nestled just minutes from the I-40 corridor with 400 acres of rolling hills rich in native pines and oaks, at Old Chatham members and their guests can escape to the tranquility of an uncrowded retreat, characterized by gracious hospitality with an emphasis on quality and comfort. For more information, visit http://www.oldchathamgolf.org.