SUPERIOR, WI — An Illinois-based company will now be managing golf operations at Superior’s Nemadji Golf Course.
KemperSports announced Monday they will be taking over management of the 36-hole facility.
The company builds, owns, leases and manages golf courses, resorts, athletic clubs, and lodging venues across the United States, as well as the Caribbean.
“It has a very active junior development program and hosts more than 70+ golf outings a year due to the 36-hole facility and other activities. We plan to continue to build on this success and are grateful to the City for selecting us as the course’s new management partner,” said Steve Skinner, the CEO of KemperSports.
Craig Sutherland, the vice president of the Superior City Council, says the course has been a huge asset to the city, and a management company was needed that can help the course grow.
Mayor Jim Paine also sounded off, saying the city is excited to welcome KemperSports.
“We look forward to a long and successful partnership that will provide fun and health summertime activities for our citizens and visitors, and maintain Nemadji Golf Course’s long-standing reputation as the premier course in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota,” said Paine.