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Montcalm golf course sold to West Lebanon native

Valley News Business Writer
Published: 7/19/2019 7:11:42 PM
Modified: 7/19/2019 7:23:26 PM

ENFIELD — The Montcalm Golf Club has changed hands for the second time in less than a year after a West Lebanon native and his wife who owned half the property acquired the remaining 50% interest.

Chuck Currier, a 1970 Lebanon High School graduate and Florida real estate businessman, said on Friday that he and his wife, Kristen Brenner, have completed their purchase of the other 50% of the club from Art and Suzanne Langlais, the Connecticut couple who acquired what had been a private golf club from longtime owner Andrew Sigler last year.

Currier, who said he acquired an initial 50% stake in the club this past winter, describes the 405-acre, 97-member course in Enfield as now “semi-private” as he has opened up tee times to the public. Currier said he is expanding the club’s facilities and plans to open a “Golf Academy” there in the future.

Sigler, a retired corporate CEO who built the course about 16 years ago, sold Montcalm to the Langlaises last year after he was no longer willing to sustain the club’s $600,000 annual deficit.

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