On Friday Fort Monmouth redevelopers announced the names of potential bidders on the sale of Suneagles Golf Course in Eatontown. Among them is Anthony Degennaro a well known ear, nose and throat specialist from Red Bank.
The list of names was published on the web site of the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority as part of an addendum to the request for proposals for the property. The list represents those who attended a mandatory pre-proposal conference for the golf course held last month.
The other potential bidders are:
- Robert Kraft of Meticulous Landscaping and Meticulous Golf Management Inc., which manages Cream Ridge Golf Course.
- Dean White, superintendent of Cream Ridge Golf Course.
- Chris Wegner of Linx Golf Management.
- Mark Kriews of Manahawkin
- Michael Thompson of Meridian Property Services, a property management company from Hamilton.
- Paul Van Cleve, founder of Meridian Property Services.
- Mike Attara President of Spirit Golf Management, Yardley, Pa.
Though absent from the list, the golf course’s current operator Stephen Rice, CEO of Atlantic Golf Management, was likely represented by Wegner. Rice lists himself as the CEO of Linx Golf Management. In August 2011 Rice explained his relationship to the company in a Patch story about his Suneagles contract saying, “Atlantic Golf is a newly formed company resulting from a recent merger between Linx Golf Management and H & L Golf Maintenance Company, two successful New Jersey based golf management companies.”
Click here to read more about the Suneagles property and the current lease from the Army to FMERA. Bids for the property are due Feb. 11.