Trenton Golf Club Is Fourth Club Purchase For L&J Golf, LLC

Friday, December 3, 2021

L&J Golf, LLC finalized the purchase of Trenton Golf Club on Dec. 1, making it the fourth club purchase for L&J Golf. The club, located in Trenton, is a short drive from Chattanooga.

L&J Golf adds Trenton Golf Club to their ownership which includes Country Club of Gwinnett, Lane Creek Golf Club and Jennings Mill Country Club.

L&J Golf has been growing with a mix of both public and private golf courses.

The Trenton Golf Club is a Doug Porter/Larry Dodson design, par 72, playing 6,405 yards. It features Bermuda fairways and Bent grass greens. 

"We look forward to providing quality service to all of our members and patrons," said William Corley with L&J Golf. "We are committed to maintaining and providing exceptional golf course conditions and service. We also look forward to meeting the membership and welcoming everyone to the L&J Golf family."

Trenton Golf Club originally opened in 1994.

 



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