The decentralized autonomous organization (DAO)-operated golf startup, LinksDAO is primed to become the new owner of the Spey Bay Golf Club in Scotland after successfully winning a bid to buy the course initially listed for just over $900,000.After winning the bid, the DAO has entered into an exclusivity agreement with the vendor and will look to formally close the deal in early April.
We won the bid.WE'RE BUYING A GOLF COURSE!!!In the meantime, the DAO is undergoing its “due diligence” phase before it officially puts pen to paper, CEO Jim Daily said in a Twitter Spaces eveon March 16.While the initial listing was a tick over $900,000, a report from Golf Digest suggested the final sale price is expected to be higher.
Links CEO Daily said that they’re not planning on revealing the purchase price until the contract is signed.LinksDAO put in the highest offer over “several other potential buyers,” the report added.LinksDAO — self-described as a “global group of golf enthusiasts” that is on a mission to build the “world’s greatest golf community” — put in the bid following a community vote that saw 88.6% of 4,300 LinksDAO members vote in favor of putting in an offer.
If the deal closes, it would be the DAO’s first golf course purchase.We've entered into an exclusivity agreement to purchase Spey Bay Golf Course on the Moray coast of northern Scotland!Read more on cointelegraph.com