We finally know the owner of the Oak Hills Golf Club.
Quinte News has learned that Farnsworth Construction Ltd of Stirling has signed a deal to take over the 36 hole course.
Farnsworth President Andrew Gunning says it will remain a golf course.
He says the 36 holes will stay and they intend to fix up the high and low courses, to provide an enhanced player experience.
Gunning adds that the site was mismanaged over the last decade and that will stop.
A new sister company will be created called “Oak Hills Golf Club Ltd” and its staff will operate and manage the site, underneath the Farnsworth umbrella.
Gunning says they intend to repair the clubhouse and the house on site, however the future use of the home is unknown.
The site is close to 200 acres and Gunning says they may construct a few houses on the site, but it will remain first and foremost a golf course.
The official sale will take effect in late February.
In December, the property was put up for auction, however no bid was made for the property.