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Sub-par greens force Brown County Golf Course to cut fees

7:18 AM, May 17, 2013
Golfers play the temporary green on No. 17 at the Brown County Golf Course in Hobart.
Golfers play the temporary green on No. 17 at the Brown County Golf Course in Hobart.
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Weather-related problems at the Brown County Golf Course have rendered four of the 18 greens unplayable, prompting a reduction in the fees that golfers pay.

The situation has forced the county to use temporary greens on holes no 2, 8, 13 and 17 and to consider an accelerated timetable for replacing all 18 greens on the course, at 897 Riverdale Drive. It also creates some uncertainty about scheduled events, including the annual Brown County Men's Amateur tournament.

"This won't be a good year for golfers," said Supervisor John Vander Leest, who chairs the county's Education and Recreation ...

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