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County Commissioners unanimously approve $5.5 million investment in county's golf course

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January 11, 2019
At their regular meeting this week, the Martin County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to invest $5.5 million in the renovation of the county's municipal golf course.
"We're pleased the Board approved the plan. The new course design will offer an enhanced golfing experience for residents and visitors, while the addition of modern technology and improved facilities will elevate the course and allow for higher standards of service," said Kevin Abbate, Parks and Recreation Director.
Plans reduce the number of holes from 36 to 27 and include the addition of a new executive 9-hole course, three new restrooms, new clubhouse and modernized practice facilities with hitting bays that will offer customers alternate golf-like experiences like those at popular entertainment complexes such as Top Golf and Big Shots. Relocation and renovation of the pro shop and improvements to greens, tees, fairways and cart paths are also part of the plan. 
Staff received direction to make this a priority project. Completion is expected in early 2020.

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