Are you planning to hit the links soon?
If so, you’ll notice a big change at Mill Creek’s South Golf Course.
Patrons of the course will notice a big difference in the bunkers from last season.
The course took the off-season to drain and replace the sand on 18 holes of the South Course.
Mill Creek will now be taking the next 2 months to replace the bunkers on the north course.
“What you’ll see on the south course is much more of an improved playability from a players stand point. When they get in the bunker it will be a little more user friendly and we will do that on the north course starting today as well,” says PGA Director of Golf Brian Tolnar.
The 36 hole bunker restoration costs approximately $500,000.
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