Some Brigantine leadership publicly dragged JAWORSKI GOLF through the mud and then said ‘no thanks…..we got this covered’.
Could they be having second thoughts about blowing off a deal with JAWS?
Today, as unknown losses mount at The Links, Brigantine is watching from the sidelines as Jaworski Golf keeps expanding it’s successful South Jersey portfolio of courses and country clubs.
The Links at Brigantine Golf is losing approx. $400,000 per year. Financials not shared with taxpayers.
Recently, JAWS acquired Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
For years, the Brigantine Taxpayers Association has asked City for detailed ‘Links at Brigantine Golf’ profit & loss statement. Recently, City Manager Stinson has been asked to provide details on the deliverables that Ron E. Jackson of Meadowbrook Golf provides for a $9,000 monthly payment sent to his Florida based LLC. Paperwork for City’s responsibility concerning Mad Dog Morgan’s use of liquor licence at Links Golf Course has also been difficult to gain access to.
Former Philadelphia Eagles QB, local legend, and expert golf management exec, Jaworski knows how to turn-around struggling courses. He makes em’ profitable by using a mix of smart marketing, investment and the leveraging economies of scale that come from owning multiple properties in a defined region.
Jaworski has an excellent record of turning around struggling golf courses. Brigantine needed his help.
Ramblewood becomes the seventh course. Ron Jaworski Golf also owns Blue Heron Pines Golf Club in Galloway Township, RiverWinds Golf & Tennis Club in West Deptford, Running Deer Golf Club in Pittsgrove, and Valleybrook Country Club in Blackwood, all in New Jersey, as well as Downingtown Country Club and Honey Run Golf Club, both in Pennsylvania.
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