May 29, 2013 update
We have been informed by Paul Clampitt, President of the Mill Creek Country Club’s Board of Directors, that the country club’s financial problems have eased.
Clampitt said via email, “The members overwhelmingly rejected the idea of selling the club and since then we have been able to restructure our debt in such a way as to give us at least 5 more years to build membership.”
More informaton on the Mill Creek Country Club's situation can be found in this May 20th, 2013 article.
Original May 2, 2013 article
The Mill Creek Country Club announced to its members this week that their financial difficulties might force a sale of the club to another golf group.
In an April 30, 2013 email to the club’s equity members Paul Clampett, Mill Creek Country Club Board of Trustees President, announced a May 13th Special Town Hall Meeting, “to review the financial status of our club. We will present options for dealing with our
upcoming debt situation. These options include the
possibility of selling the club to another golf group.”
In the same email Clampett said there have already been discussions with potential buyers, “As part of our work over the last year, the Board of Trustees
has been researching a number of options, one of which would be to sell the club. We have hired a consultant to
assist us in the process. As a result, we have had
discussions with potential buyers.”