After 85 years in business, the Dickson Country Club closed Wednesday. Dwindling revenues were cited as the reason for closing by board members. The club had recently undergone several changes including allowing non-members to play the golf course in an attempt to boost revenue. The club’s board hired a new management company earlier this year and Ray Garbiras of Paramount Golf Partners had said this summer the company was confident it could turn the club around. One of the first major changes was to go from a private club to a semi-private club that allowed “day use” players who were non-members. The last rounds of golf were played Wednesday. Board members said they are unsure about the future of the facility. The Dickson Country Club opened in 1927 and constructed its current clubhouse in 1964. The golf course expanded from nine holes to 18 in 2005. It has housed various restaurants and been the site for many weddings, receptions, reunions, dances and other events. At its peak, the club had more than 250 dues-paying members.