Bonnie and Jeff Minnich became the club's owners last month, buying it from Mrs. Minnich's brother, Dwight Wagner.
"We plan to continue the legacy of the people who helped create the course and run it," Jeff Minnich said. "The public won't see too big a change."
The club will continued to host a PGA Junior Golf Program. Scott Vandegrift, the head coach of Millersville University's golf program and a local resident, will oversee that program. Greg Minnich, who also coaches Solanco High School's golf team, will run the clubhouse and the course.
The course will continue to host fundraising events and the new owners hope to attract more tournaments. "We want to make sure that all of the fundraising tournaments succeed," Jeff Minnich said.
That doesn't mean everything will stay the same, he said.
Perhaps the most visible change will be the name of the club's restaurant.
The Gallery Grill will become Emory's at Tanglewood, named for club co-founder and Mrs. Minnich's father, Emory Wagner.
The new name comes from a story about how her parents felt about the course, Bonnie Wagner said.
"My mother [Kathryn Wagner] was not a lover of Tanglewood," she said. "When we were growing up and there would be a phone call for my father, my mother often had to tell the caller he wasn't there. 'Emory's at Tanglewood,' she would say," Mrs. Minnich explained.
The name won't be the only change at the restaurant. The Minnichs plan to make it more of a year-round destination and have already begun upgrading the facility's kitchen.
"It had been all electric. Now it's a proper commercial gas kitchen," Jeff Minnich said.
Melissa Eckman had been the owner of The Gallery Grill, renting the facility from Dwight Wagner. She will be staying on, cooking for the Minnichs.
"Melissa has been doing a terrific job running it," Jeff Minnich said.
The menu will be simplified, retaining the most popular items. The restaurant will continue hosting local club meetings and other events.
"Our goal over the next six months is increase the activity there and make it more of a stand alone restaurant," Jeff Minnich said.
The Minnichs agreed to buy the course earlier this year and have been operating it since March 1. The sale was finalized on April 19; Jeff Minnich did not put a dollar value on the transaction.
The Minnichs will be hands-on owners and will also continue to operate Groff's Printing in Quarryville.
The purchase includes the 18-hole golf course, the maintenance facility, the driving range and the solar farm near the intersection of Scotland Rd. and Lancaster Pike (Rt. 272). All of the properties are in East Drumore Township.