York-area golf course sold

The golf course at Regents' Glen was designed by the late Arthur Hills. (photo/submitted)

Inch & Co., a York-based construction and real estate company, has purchased Regents’ Glen Country Club in Spring Garden Township, York County.

  • According to county deed records, Inch affiliate RG Golf Course LLC paid nearly $2.3 million for the property, which includes the course, the clubhouse and an event venue called Box Hill Mansion.
  • The seller was The Greens at Regents Glen LLC, headed by Rodney Krebs, a York County businessperson who bought the club and golf course in 2016 for $500,000, according to county deed records.
  • The club at 1000 Golf Club Drive had been struggling financially in the early 2010s, according to news reports at the time.

What’s next: Inch said it plans to keep the Regents’ Glen name while making other changes.

  • They include installing new mats for the driving range, resurfacing the pool, and adding tennis courts and pickleball courts.
  • The logo, meanwhile, will be shortened to Regents’, a name many people already use for the course, said Inch spokesperson Cambria Bailey.
  • Inch also plans to create a new membership category for people aged 21 to 29, reflecting a desire to attract younger, more diverse golfers.
  • In addition to buying the club and golf course, Inch is planning to build a youth sports facility in North York.


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