A Black Country golf course has been placed on the market for £2.25 million following the death of its main shareholder.
The hunt has been launched to find a buyer for Hagley Golf & Country Club near Stourbridge after Michael Garratt passed away in April.
The Garratt family launched the club in 1980 and has owned the land on which it sits for more than 150 years.
The club's facilities include an 18-hole golf course, a 28-bay floodlit driving range, an all-weather short game area, shop and clubhouse with conference rooms and four bars.
It has previously hosted events such as the Senior Midlands County Regional Qualifier and is the proposed venue for the Worcestershire County Championship in 2017.
Peter Johnson, managing director of Garratt & Co, said: "My family has owned the club since its inception in 1980 and the land on which it sits for over 150 years.
"The family is very proud of its long association with the club and its members, however, recent sad events have encouraged us to offer the club for sale to enable us to focus on our wider business interests.
"Our preference is very much to secure a purchaser who will take the club forward in a manner that we can all continue to be proud of, someone who will endeavour to manage the club along current lines."
Property consultancy Bilfinger GVA is marketing the course on behalf of the owners.
Ben Allen of Bilfinger GVA, who is handling the sale, said: "Hagley Golf & Country Club is a fantastic facility, one that has had the benefit of circa £600,000 capital investment in recent years.
"The club has the air of a true members' club, yet generates a strong operating profit, with turnover approaching £1.1 million, and has potential for further commercialisation."