IRVINGTON—With full commitment to the continued success of the Tides Inn and the preservation of the resort’s legacy, the resort management announced this week that the Golden Eagle Golf Course will close permanently on October 30.
The closure will serve to help redirect resources, investment and attention to restoration and redesign projects at the Tides, reported manager Susan Williamson in a news release. The future of the Tides-owned land is being carefully considered, she said.
The golf course is about one mile from the resort hotel, marina and other amenities in Irvington. Surrounding a 50-acre lake, the course has operated since 1976.
Williamson said the resort’s 2018 seasonal closure will be devoted to the repair and restoration of deferred maintenance items, with the ultimate goal of enhancing the guest experience and elevating the resort’s presence in the market.
“We close the Golden Eagle Golf Course with immense pride in all it has accomplished and with a strong commitment to the long-term success of our future,” she said…