Tuolumne Band Of Me-Wuk Indians Purchases Mountain Springs Golf Course
Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians announces that it has reached an agreement to purchase the Mountain Springs Golf Course.
We reported on December 31st that the course was temporarily closed as the owners were working out a sale with the Tribe. The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians released a statement this afternoon reading, “The Tribe and Mountain Springs Development, LLC anticipate this sale will ensure the long term sustainability of the golf course.”
It goes on to state, “The Tribe always looks for ways to invest in the local community through a vision of providing world-class amenities and experiences for Tuolumne County residents and visitors alike. Mountain Springs Golf Course is a welcome addition to this vision. As the sale and transfer progresses over the next several weeks, TEDA, Inc. will be sharing the exciting plans that are underway.”
No details were provided at this time regarding when the course may potentially reopen.
It was designed by famed architect Robert Muir Graves and first opened in 1990. There is a golf shop, restaurant, driving range, putting greens and four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all ages. The 18 hole course covers 6,665 yards.