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Course correction: How Bethlehem turned around its cash-strapped golf course in one year

Structural and staffing changes at Bethlehem’s public golf course have sped up play and cut down costs, moving it into the black financially. For the first time since its debut in 1956, the city has systematically removed diseased and decaying trees as part of a $1.75 million makeover that’s expected to be completed next year. New irrigation and drainage systems, sand trap repairs and a new pavilion also are part of the city’s rescue plan for the facility at 400 Illicks Mill Road.
Source: Morningcall

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