Originally Posted by mashnut
Not only are they keeping the courses, but they are planning a lot of improvements that were never possible under the previous owner like full time availability, improved camping areas and better tees.
and they seem to be pretty enthusiastic about the courses there too.
the night i drove in for the Fall Harvest last year, i ran into the new owner's sons (i think) and they said the courses were staying and they seemed pretty stoked about the whole thing. and the new owner had great things to say at the player meeting too.
they also have plans to build a paintball course and a bunch of other outdoor activities on the remaining land as a draw to bring in more people.
good to hear they are planning better tees. that is the one drawback to that place and probably the only reason the Ozark Mtn course doesn't have straight 5 ratings.