About Quail Hollow

1966-Tanglewood Motor Inn, shortly thereafter renamed to Ramada Inn with a leased restaurant, The Brown Derby. Only one rooms building.

1968-Sold to private owners Van Aken and other investors I’d suspect, But privately owned. Did build first 9 holes of Devlin. Indoor and outdoor pool built and memberships sold to community.

1972-Sold to Diamond Shamrock who used for their personal company meetings and functions as well as open to public.

1983-1993-Diamond Shamrock did a lease option to buy 10 year contract with Club Corp. The Hotel to maintain property with minimum of $650,000 capital improvements yearly.  At such time Club Corp contemplated adding the second golf course and building the home, shopping and office divisions on the 750 acres of property.

Renovations and upgrades were continuous throughout these years.  Development plans went up and down as far as what was to be accomplished with the acreage.  Many plans drawn up but not all went as planned.

1994-Club Corp officially owned the property and the developing aspects of such. Second golf course completed.  Many homes and condos were built.  The start of a shopping area created. The Country Club portion of Quail Hollow switched from semi-private to totally private with a Golf and Social Membership as opposed to the “old” annual golf and swim club memberships. After building of the second golf course the debt service  of having done so financially dictated the selling of the hotel portion only to capture back the capital it took from Club Corp. Finished 2nd 9 holes of Devlin and added four story rooms building.  Remodeled total facility with sparing no expense.

1998-Club Corp sold Hotel portion of Quail Hollow to Concord Hospitality. Club Corp continued to lease space to operate their private country Club, divorced but not separated the two companies worked well. Together with a contract between them regarding usage of hotel
And golf courses.

2007-Country Club officially opened their own private building out on their Golf course for members only. The hotel then went back to having their own yearly swim club membership.

2008-Concord Hospitality sold hotel to Interwest Capital and Interwest placed GF Management                                                   as the company to manage the property.