In less than a week after closing on the property, the new owners of Lane Creek Golf Club gave the clubhouse a fresh paint job. And in the first month, they’ve begun remodeling the inside too.

L&J Golf purchased the golf course and club house earlier this month for $1.5 million. The same company bought Jennings Mill Golf Club Club earlier this year. 

L&J Golf Executive Vice President James Deane said that while Jennings Mill recently converted to a full-private club, Lane Creek will remain open to the public daily.

Other improvements to Lane Creek include enclosing the deck to create an all-season dining area with flat screens all around, as well as expanding the kitchen to a full-service restaurant.  

“It’s a beautiful course,” said Deane. “They have a done a great job managing the course.”

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