Oliver Hedge, a director in the Valuation and Advisory Group at Cushman & Wakefield, works with golf course and country club investors and developers. He has seen the industry ride the rollercoaster and has an insiders perspective on what is working in today’s climate.
And business is good.
Oliver talked with New York Times reporter Nick Madigan about the state of both public and private clubs and the surprisingly slim margins owners eek out to compete.
Fewer Golfers, but Some Lush Courses are Coming Back
The story made the front page of the November 25th New York Times business section – great exposure for our client!
Based on the Times success, we pitched the story to the The Real Deal, which featured Oliver in their story, Falling Popularity of Golf Forces a Change of Course.
Need help with media relations? Let’s chat!