Golf Entertainment Company Drive Shack Begins Trading on the OTCQX Market

The move comes several weeks after Dallas-based Drive Shack—whose portfolio consists of American Golf, Drive Shack, and Puttery—voluntarily delisted from the NYSE.

Dallas-based Drive Shack Inc., an owner and operator of golf-related leisure and entertainment businesses, announced it has qualified to trade on the OTCQX Best Market.

“We are excited to trade on the OTCQX market to allow efficient, cost-effective access to the U.S. capital markets and transparent trading for our investors as we drive to increase shareholder value in the public markets,” Hana Khouri, president and CEO of Drive Shack Inc., said in a statement.

Hana Khouri of Drive Shack

Hana Khouri, president and CEO of Drive Shack [Photo: Michael Samples/Dallas Innovates]

The company’s portfolio consists of American Golf, Drive Shack, and Puttery.

Drive Shack Inc. is trading on OTCQX under the symbols “DSHK, DSHKP, DSHKN, DSHKO.” OTC Markets Group Inc. is an operator of financial markets for 12,000 U.S. and global securities.

U.S. investors can find current financial disclosure and Real-Time Level 2 quotes for Drive Shack at the OTC website.

In December, Drive Shack voluntarily delisted from the NYSE.

Puttery’s Illusion course at its location north of Dallas [Photo: Puttery]

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