Jaindl Farms and Land Development has hired KemperSports to manage its two newest golf courses.
KemperSports, Northbrook, Illinois, will manage The Club at Twin Lakes, Allentown and Moselem Springs Golf Club in Fleetwood, Berks County.
At Twin Lakes, purchased late last year, KemperSports will help renovate the course to accentuate its hills, natural topography and signature lakes while improving the clubhouse and golf shop operations and leading the facility’s rebranding efforts, a KemperSports statement said.
At Moselem Springs, purchased in February, the KemperSports team will look to grow membership and lead long-term capital planning for the private club.
“Both Twin Lakes and Moselem Springs represent great additions to our growing collection of Northeast courses,” said KemperSports CEO Steve Skinner. “We’re excited to be working closely with the Jaindl family, a group that shares our core values and brings an inherent understanding of what these two facilities mean to the community as local business owners and residents themselves.”
The Jaindl family businesses include Jaindl Farms (in operation since 1936), Jaindl Land Company, Jaindl Beverage (A-Treat) and Schantz Orchards. Jaindl Farms is one of the largest turkey producers in the U.S., delivering 840,000 turkeys to its customers last year.
The family acquired Twin Lakes and Moselem Springs with a vision to bring back the rich tradition of golf in Lehigh Valley and invest in the community where they live and work, the statement said.
Formerly known as Iron Lakes Country Club, The Club at Twin Lakes has long been recognized as one of the top public courses in Lehigh Valley. Opened in 1954 on the grounds of a former iron ore mine, Twin Lakes’ 6,400-yard, par-71 layout features four sets of tees for players of varying experience, sloping fairways and several scenic par-3 holes that play over water.
The property also features a clubhouse, fully equipped golf shop, grill operation, driving range and reception facilities.
Moselem Springs Golf Club rests in the hills of Berks County and was designed by renowned golf course architect George Fazio. Four years after opening, Moselem Springs hosted the 1968 U.S. Women’s Open, which was won by Susie Maxwell Berning and marked the first of her three U.S. Women’s Open titles.
The private club boasts a membership from across the Mid-Atlantic Region, as well as parts of New England, and has also hosted the 1996 and 2011 Pennsylvania Open Championship, 2005 and 2016 U.S. Open Qualifiers and is the annual host of the Hawley Quier Memorial.
Moselem Springs also has a restaurant, 11 guest rooms, one luxury suite and a conference room.