Coral Hospitality expands its golf portfolio to 12

Coral Hospitality, a Naples-based full-service hospitality management and investment company has added three more country clubs to its portfolio including Calusa Lakes Golf Club, Waterford Golf Club and Capri Isles Golf Club.

ORLANDO, Florida – The Naples, Florida headquartered Coral Hospitality has been selected to manage three clubs in the Venice area bringing its golf management portfolio of golf courses and country clubs to 12, an increase of 33%. Coral Investment Group, along with its long term partner ITG Group, have acquired the three clubs which grows the number of owned properties to eight.

The golf in the three-course portfolio features 63 holes of championship caliber golf at Calusa Lakes Golf Club, Waterford Golf Club and Capri Isles Golf Club. The clubs provide members and the public a variety of course options in a market dominated by Private Clubs.

World-renowned for its hotel and resort management, Coral’s other golf properties located in Florida include Arrowhead Golf Club, Eagle Ridge Golf Club, Misty Creek Country Club, Jacaranda West Country Club, Riverwood Golf Club, and Rosedale Golf & Country Club. In addition, as part of long-standing relationship with Georgia State Parks, Coral manages the beautiful Brasstown Valley Golf & Spa Resort, the Georgia Veterans Golf Course at 8000-acre Lake Blackshear Resort, and the Wallace Adams Golf Course at Little Ocmulgee State Park in McRae, Georgia. This unique partnership of outstanding Peach State properties are part of the Georgia Golf Trail where the state’s best golf resorts and clubs provide exceptional value from the Mountains to the Plains down to the Atlantic Coast.

The Coral Hospitality portfolio includes 12 golf country clubs.

“We are delighted to add the Golf in Venice properties to our growing portfolio and look forward to welcoming members and new guests to the Coral Hospitality Family,” said Lee Weeks, Chief Executive Officer. We have successfully managed over 40 clubs over a span of 25 years, as well as owning and developing hotels, resorts and communities.”

Golf in Venice is comprised of three courses, all of which are open to the public. Coral is also offering a unique opportunity to join all three with just one membership.

Calusa Lakes is situated within in a beautiful wooded terrain which highlights the natural setting of this outstanding 18 hole golf course. The spacious layout is nestled in a natural environment, with the homes set back from play. The rolling fairways, fair-landing areas and Paspalum Grass greens off a unique and enjoyable golf experience for players of all abillities.

Coral Hospitality is a full-service luxury hospitality and resort-management company built on decades of success in every segment of the industry.

Capri Isles is a par 72 layout offering challenges that are guaranteed to capture the interest of the serious or casual players. The character and playability of the 18-hole course include enhanced strategic water features, fairway and greenside bunkers, and four sets of tees.

Waterford Golf Club is a semi-private course within two upscale home developments. Each of the 27 hole setups has distinct, picturesque features combined with abundant natural landscape and wildlife. Play any combination of Turnberry, Gleneagles or Sawgrass nine hole designs and enjoy the experience of three exceptional layouts with the combination of Waterford’s rolling fairways, undulating greens, hazards and water that will sharpen your skills.

Coral Hospitality has tailored its management approach to each individual club to highlight the distinct characteristics of each, allowing members and guests to always have a spectacular and memorable experience.

Dave is a longtime golf writer, who was the managing editor at a regional monthly golf magazine for 11 years before becoming editor and feature writer at eSouthernGOLF six years ago. He also contributes stories to Golf Coast Magazine, GolfTrips, GoGolfandTravel, Traveling Golfer Canada, Ohio Golf Journal and the IAGTO. Additionally, he’s a staff writer for Georgia Golf Trail. Dave’s insight and unique perspective allows him to create interesting articles. He can be reached at

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