After two years of looking for a new owner, Picacho Hills Country Club is nearing the date that Southwest Golf Management (SWGM), a subsidiary of Bellows Golf Management, will assume day-to-day management of the club, followed by full ownership once the new full-service liquor license is in place.
Jim Bellows – Managing Partner
Jim Bellows, Managing Partner, said, “The purchase of the Club will take a few months to close because of the time involved in obtaining a new full-service liquor license, which will make the club more attractive to events such as weddings, banquets, business luncheons and dinners.
Acquiring a liquor license normally requires 3-4 months. In the interim, SWGM and Picacho Hills Country Club are entering into an agreement whereby SWGM will manage the facility until the new license is approved. This will prevent any disruption in service to Club members. We anticipate the interim management agreement will take place sometime in April.
Todd Barranger – Partner and PGA Pro
Bellows went on to say that he and his partners, PGA Golf Professional, Todd Barranger and New Mexico business owner, Richard Holcomb, are looking forward to spending time at the club, getting to know the members and implementing changes that will benefit all.
If you are a current Picacho Mountain resident, or considering purchasing a home at Picacho Mountain, and are interested in membership, please stop by the clubhouse to request an information packet from Rebecca Reyes, Membership Director. If you are not in the area and would like more info you can also email email@example.com
Todd Barranger is an American professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour, Asian Tour and the Nationwide Tour. Todd is co-founder and managing partner of Southwest Golf Management along with Jim Bellows and Richard Holcomb. In the picture shown, Todd speaks to Picacho Hills residents about the changes and improvements SWGM will be bringing to the PHCC club and course.
The nearly 7,000 yard, par 72 Golf Course at Picacho Hills is sure to impress you. Pro Turf Magazine described the course’s lush bluegrass fairways and bentgrass greens as follows: “Picture an emerald lying on a mound of sand…a dark green, shining jewel in striking contrast with it’s surroundings. That’s the first impression of the Picacho Hills Country Club golf course.”