Less than a month after being sold, Broken Arrow's Indian Springs Country Club is back on the auction block.
According to the auction organizer, Williams & Williams, the highest bidder at the last auction on June 5 was unable to meet the obligations discussed in the contract.
Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. the club, developed in the 1960's, will be up for sale once again.
The property features two 18-hole regulation golf courses, tennis courts (10 outdoor and 4 covered), and three swimming pools. All club-owned equipment and furnishings will be conveyed with the real estate.
Since the previous owner Jim Pharr passed away a year ago, the family and members have been searching for a successor. They ask that the winning bidder be as interested in the club as he was.
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