SCOTTISH entrepreneur David Moulsdale has been rebuffed in his bid to shop for a number one Scottish golfing membership, writes Scott Wright.
The Usher in has realized that landowner Derwent London has rejected an be offering from Mr Moulsdale, founding father of Optical Specific, to obtain Cawder Property and the long-term hire of Cawder Golfing Membership in East Dunbartonshire.
The verdict will probably be circulated to participants nowadays.
The advance comes after The Usher in published on Thursday that Mr Moulsdale meant to position the Bishopbriggs membership, which has two lessons within the shadow of the Campsie Hills, “on the centre of his plans to create a resurgence of golfing in Scotland.”
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In an e mail despatched to participants on August 24, the membership stated the entrepreneur deliberate to put money into the property, with an offer to construct a golfing academy. It emphasized the be offering would now not result in the land “getting used for business or residential tendencies and that there’s no chance of this converting at some point.”
The membership stated Mr Moulsdale would “grant the membership a longer hire unfastened length to permit us to reinforce our monetary place”, if a success. Nobody on the membership was once to be had for remark the day prior to this. Mr Moulsdale may just now not be reached for remark. Derwent declined to remark.