The City of Greenville is going to take a swing at saving the public golf course, Bradford Creek.
A company hired to analyze why Bradford Creek has been losing so much money over the years presented its findings to the Greenville City Council Monday night. The recommendations include a $400,000 investment in the course by the city of Greenville, an increase of green fees for golfers, and realigning staff to reflect the business's seasonal nature, and hiring a skilled general manager.
The city council voted to have city staff develop and present how to implement and fund the study's directives.
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