Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Territory Crafts Value-Laden Plan for Prospective, New Members

Southwest Oklahoma’s Premier Golf-Residential Community Offers Interest-Free Financing on Memberships

(Southwest Oklahoma) – The Territory Golf and Country Club, an award-winning residential community just outside the town of Duncan, is offering interest-free financing for all new members.

The interest-free financing allows prospects to become a full golf member at The Territory and take up to eight years to pay off their membership deposit – all with no interest being charged. The limited-time offer allows for flexible payment schedules to be arranged.

“The flexibility and convenience has made our interest-free financing plan very popular,” says Rick Braught, who along with his wife Barbara, owns The Territory. "This is an excellent opportunity for families to enjoy all the amenities we offer – wonderful meals, club activities for the entire family, and, of course, our golf club, which has been ranked among the best in the nation since opening.”

The Territory’s focus on family includes themed meals, holiday parties, “field trips,” Family Game Nights, Flick 'n Float – a "dive-in movie" at the pool shown on a large, inflatable movie screen – and much more.

Along with the interest-free financing option, the club pledges its commitment to the telling brand promise – The Territory: Golf & Community as it Should Be – harkening to a time when neighbors knew neighbors and the street you grew up on was more of an extended family than not. From Day One, the Braughts’ mandate is to create a place of value – financial, moral, and high quality – which would stand the test of time and be where their children’s children wanted to live.

Prospector's Ridge, Phase I of the residential development at The Territory, features lots ranging from $61,000 to $138,000. Similar, high-quality properties located in Dallas-Fort Worth (2.5 hours south) often cost three times as much.

Stretching to 7,100 yards from the tips and featuring five sets of tees, The Territory’s championship golf course was designed by noted architect Randy Heckenkemper. The modified target-style design unfolds over rolling hills and through fields of native vegetation. A state-of-the-art training facility and a three-hole short course add to the golf-related chops, while Chef Keith Zinke heads the culinary creations at the Prairie House.

Hard on the Chisholm Trail, The Territory is situated within a short drive of lakes for boating and fishing and minutes from schools, shopping, dining and churches, as well as Duncan Regional Hospital, recently named to the Solucient Top 100 Hospitals – a list of more than 3,000 hospitals that identifies industry benchmarks by recognizing U.S. hospitals that have achieved excellence in quality of care, operational efficiency, financial performance and adaptation to the environment.

For more information on The Territory, call 580.475.0075 or visit To follow The Territory on Twitter, go to, or become a fan of The Territory on Facebook by logging onto


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