Development Team

Tom Bennison
Senior Vice President, Business Development

Office: 972.888.7331 Cell: 972.467.5709

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"We were very proud of our club before the acquisition by ClubCorp, but with the capital improvements, our club is better than ever." – Board Member, Country Club of the South, Johns Creek, GA

"They've been very responsive to members' input. In fact, it's going well beyond (ClubCorp's) initial pledge. They've been tremendous partners and more than lived up to their obligations." – Board Member, Rolling Green Country Club, Arlington Heights, IL

  • Boston College Club

    Business Club located in downtown Boston, MA

    In 1996, ClubCorp leased approximately 12,523 square feet on the 36th floor of the Bank of Boston building for the purpose of organizing, constructing, and operating a prestigious private business club, Boston College Club. The Bank of Boston leased the remaining 8,700 square feet of space on the floor (including the kitchen) for executive dining rooms. At that time, a service agreement was negotiated between the club and the Bank of Boston for their executive dining rooms. The club defrayed certain capital and operating costs of the club's kitchen in return for service to the bank's dining rooms at club menu prices. The club and the Bank of Boston also permitted use of each other's space during non-peak hours, as business needs required.

  • Stonehenge Golf & Country Club

    Golf & Country Club in Richmond, VA

    In May 1995, Stonehenge Golf & Country Club, located in an affluent suburb of Richmond, Virginia, suffered from substantial deferred maintenance, significant negative cash flow, and dwindling membership. At that time, one of the club's directors contacted ClubCorp about assuming management of the club. After ClubCorp agreed to fund $1.2 million in improvements within 12 months of assuming management, approximately 95 percent of the club membership voted to approve a 49-year lease agreement.