Louisville spends $5M to fix damaged golf course

LOUISVILLE — The Louisville City Council is spending $5 million to make emergency repairs to Coal Creek Golf Course after it was devastated by September flooding.

The damage included tee boxes, fairways, cart paths, the driving range and practice greens.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, the city expects grass to be reseeded on the city-owned course in July and the course open for business again in the spring of 2015.

The September floods in northern and eastern Colorado killed nine people and damaged or destroyed nearly 2,000 homes.



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