Arcis Golf Purchases the Golf Club at Twin Creeks in Allen

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Following the recent acquisition announcement of Arizona-based Mickelson Golf Properties at the beginning of August, Arcis Golf announced they are pursuing to expand the company’s footprint in the Dallas area.  

Arcis Golf’s footprint has grown to nearly seventy clubs in thirteen states with twenty in Texas alone and eleven of those clubs situated in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The company assumed ownership and operation of The Golf Club at Twin Creeks on September 1, 2021. Golf Digest named it among the best golf courses in Texas shortly after its 1995 opening. The Golf Club at Twin Creek’s course blends seamlessly with its pristine natural surroundings in the hills of Allen, a growing suburb north of the Dallas metroplex.  

Blake Walker, Founder and CEO of Arcis Golf, explained, “The Golf Club at Twin Creeks is another great acquisition for us. Twin Creeks is an Arnold Palmer Signature designed course right here in our corporate headquarters’ backyard, and we’re excited to move from managing the club to owning it. Our immediate focus is establishing an accelerated path for the club’s future growth, including a reinvestment into the club, enhanced subscription offerings, curated experiences and content, and more.”  

Additionally, The Golf Club at Twin Creeks boasts an expansive golf practice facility with 25 hitting stations, a grass driving range, large putting and chipping greens, and practice bunkers. Towering trees frame gently rolling fairways and large undulating greens, with two creeks traversing the course and five beautiful lakes creating both strategic diversity and a breathtaking backdrop for golf.  

Jeff Raffelson, Regional Vice President of Operations for Arcis Golf, said, “Restoration of the native grasses on the golf course and upgrades to overall conditioning will enhance the visual aesthetics and golfer experience.”  

Learn more about Arcis Golf by visiting their website here: http://www.arcisgolf.com/. 

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