Trempealeau Mountain Golf Course to stay open, buyers found

Trempealeau Mountain Golf Course will remain open.

The course was expected to close at the end of this season after the current owner, Eric Wilber, was unable to secure buyers.

It was announced Tuesday the course is being sold to a family-run organization from Pennsylvania with ties to the La Crosse area.

Chad and Amy Landis of Holmen will oversee operations beginning Oct. 21.

The new owners say their goal is to carry on the legacy of Harold and Linda Wilber who built the course nearly 25 years ago.

“As new owners, we hope to make Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club a destination golf course for golfers throughout the Midwest for years to come. As avid golfers ourselves, we know people patronize courses to have fun and put the stress of their busy lives to the side for a few hours. Our mission is to provide a fun, customer-friendly and service-oriented environment. We want our guests to enjoy the course and facilities both before, during, and after their round. Golfers of all skill levels will find ways to improve their game whether on the range or out on the course. You will see a lot of changes to the golf course and facilities during the 2020 season. We are committed to making the course a fun, challenging and an enjoyable golf experience” said Chad Landis in a statement.

A “meet and greet” is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 22nd at the course clubhouse from 6:00-9:00 p.m. All community members are invited to meet the new owners.

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