While a golf course is still too risky for many investment portfolios, some investors see the current market as an opportunity to scoop up distressed clubs and either revamp or repurpose their business models. Moreover, investors with liquidity also recognize there are a lot of distressed courses, financing is difficult, and most buyers don’t have the ability to write a check. Our real estate attorneys understand these market leverages, as well as site specific demand for development based on location, and we use this understanding to help negotiate for the strongest position for our clients. We don’t just understand the macro-considerations of a golf course deal though. Whether representing buyers or sellers of golf courses, we dig deep into these this deals to examine and account for all issues including any business assets, environmental, cash-flow, financing, employment and management, succession, and other potential risks and liabilities.