The course was founded in 1960 and was taken over by Paul and John Ebbs in August, 2007. From the time of its founding, the course has experienced many ups and downs. However, since the change in ownership in 2007 many improvements have taken place.
Three new holes were developed and have been in play since 2009. These extensive changes result in the old 7th hole, formerly a 585 yard par five, being converted into a classy 390 yard par four and a tough par three that can be played from distances of 100 yards to 190 yards. As well, the old 17th, a short par four and the old 18th, a short par three, have been consolidated into a great par five finishing hole with a significant risk reward aspect to it. Included in this redevelopment is a reconfiguration of the order of play of all eighteen holes. This will result in a better balance between the nines.
Other improvements to the course include: upgraded cart paths; six new tees to provide further variety to a number of holes; the enlargement and repair of ponding areas; the construction of numerous drainage culverts and drainage swales; the reconstruction of all bunkers; and the construction of a new bridge for easier access over the creek that bisects what are now the new holes numbers fifteen and sixteen.
Significant improvements have also been made to the clubhouse area. The old pro shop and gazebo have been demolished. The clubhouse itself has been significantly upgraded with a new bar and food service area together with a new pro shop area that will allow for convenient payment of green fees, cart rentals and incidentals. Both the members' lounge and the general dining area and patio have been refurbished and now include new tables and chairs.