Lexington public golf courses now run more efficiently, Urban County Council

Lexington public golf courses now run more efficiently, Urban County Council
By Beverly Fortune — bfortune@herald-leader.com Lexington taxpayers are expected to subsidize city golf about $ 500000 less this year because of better business strategies implemented by the city's five public courses starting in January.
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Frank Robinson: No. 7 hole at Windcrest, 115 yards, club used not reported, April 26. First career ace. Larry Whitfield: No. 6 hole at Olmos Basin, 155 yards, 6-iron. Want to be recognized among the Weekly Aces? Have the verifying course provide …
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