August 25, 2015 – Honours Golf has been selected to provide club management and agronomic services for Calvert Crossing, a private club located in Calhoun, a suburb of Monroe, La.
Calvert Crossing is a private country club located in the Calvert Estates community. At the center of the club, is the 18-hole championship golf course co-designed by John Floyd (who worked under Jack Nicklaus) and Bill Zimmerebner. The modern design, carved throughout the rolling hills of the West Ouachita Parish region, is considered by many as a beautiful and peaceful “walk in the woods.” The manicured fairways are lined with towering and mature hardwoods and pine trees and the undulating greens provide a variety of hole locations. It’s a shot maker’s course, so strategy and accuracy are key. Calvert Crossing is also the only club in the region that offers two sets of tees for junior golfers.
“We selected Honours based on their solid reputation in the Southeast and our own personal experiences we had at their Gulf Shores properties – Peninsula and Craft Farms,” said Todd Perry, a partner of Calvert Crossing. “We look forward to all the enhancements they will make to help us elevate our members’ experience including priority access to the Honours and Troon network of properties world-wide.”
“We are proud to be given the opportunity to manage Calvert Crossing and are excited about adding another course to our portfolio of managed properties within the Southeast,” said Bob Barrett, chief executive officer of Honours Golf. “We are committed to enhancing the overall club experience and confident that our operational services and agronomic practices will take Calvert Crossing to the next level.”