The premier golf club has suffered from non-local ownership over the last few years and a year-long process to sell the course and restaurant held up by the federal government.
David Hays and Michael Koller, principal owners of Green Grass Group LLC, will let everyone know more in three days.
Already previous hints indicate more residential development. Other ideas over the years have included condos and some short-term tourism rentals on the golf course.
In April the owners let some of the details slip to the Southern.
Green Grass has big plans for the club's future, which include the development of a planned community, "The Club at Kokopelli," Green Grass Vice President Mike Koller said.
The community is planned for the area around what will be a new entrance to the club on Halfway Road. The road will tie the club from its current parking lot to Halfway Road near Rent One Park.
"This is going to be a long-term project. Our goal is to have up to 90 units," said Koller, who will be heading up the company's development plans.
The extension of Halfway Road north of Rent One Park up to the clubhouse. That was part of the original Hill development plan.
From a tourism standpoint, it would make the clubhouse and course much more accessible to travelers wanting to golf or sample the fine dining.
Hays also owns Mary's Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast in Herrin.
Green Grass Group LLC purchasd the course from Kokopelli Master Partners, a Florida consortium based in Gainesville. They had acquired it from Dutch native and Zimbabwe-national John Bredenkamp. The Times of Johannesburg, South Africa, has more on him.