Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club sold

TREMPEALEAU, WI - Katie Johnson, owner/broker Assist2Sell, and Eric Wilber, owner/operator Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club, are pleased to announce an upcoming change in ownership.   
The course will be sold to a family run organization from Pennsylvania, which has ties to the La Crosse area.   
Chad and Amy Landis of Holmen, will oversee all operations beginning Oct. 21.   
Their goal is to carry on the legacy of Harold and Linda Wilber, who nearly 25 years ago dreamed of a golf course on the gorgeous rolling farm fields just outside of Trempealeau. They brought to life a stunning, professionally-designed, 18-hole links style golf course.   
Under their faithful stewardship, Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club has become a treasure to the local Coulee Region community and to golfers from throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. The new ownership team consists of business, hospitality and tourism and golf course management professionals as well as passionate and experienced golfers committed to your enjoyment.  
“As new owners, we hope to make Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club a destination golf course for golfers throughout the Midwest for years to come," said Chad Landis. "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," Chad Landis added.  
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," he said.
Chad and Amy Landis welcome your suggestions as they build on the wonderful foundation at Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club.
“Our ownership and management team is friendly, accessible and professional, and we look forward to getting to know you in the very near future,” said Amy Landis.    
Eric Wilber, owner of Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club is filled with joy and gratitude for the community and the continuation of his mother and father’s legacy.  
“This is an answer to my unending prayers the past few months and I could not have asked for a greater gift from God," he said. "I truly appreciate the unending support and commitment I received from my agent Katie Johnson, Assist2Sell, for without her I’m certain the golf course would have been doomed.
There will be a “Meet and Greet” on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Trempealeau Mountain clubhouse from 6 p.m.-9 p.m., catered by Blue Moon in Onalaska. All community members are invited and encouraged to join the event and meet the new owners.   
SOURCE: Katie Johnson, Assist2Sell