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Brandywine Country Club

first opened in 1966 as the

first design effort of local

architect, Arthur Hills and

has long served Toledo-area

golfers. In 2014 the private

investment group located in

Dallas, TX which managed

the course fell into default.

Although 8 holes of

Brandywine’s 27 hole course

was sold to assist with debt

the management firm was

still unable to pay the original

debt and in Fall of 2015

the course was placed into

receivership. Surveyors and

real estate brokers had laid out

a plan to split up the property

and sell it off for housing and

commercial structures.

To save the course from being

dismantled and lost forever,

prominent local business

owners, Stan and Kathryn

Chlebowski, put together a

plan to reconfigure the course l

ayout, to regain a championship

design, upgrade the restaurant,

pool and maintenance facilities

and to preserve it as a private

golf club.

The Springof 2016was rapidly

approaching, a professional

Superintendant and grounds

crews would need access,

if the golf course was to be

saved from ruin. Fortunately,

the court was impressed with

New Ownership Has Brandywine Country Club

Looking to the Future

NWO Golf Links