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Wheat City course to open all 18 holes

More than two years after the devastating 2011 flood that wrecked large portions of the Wheat City Golf Course, it is finally ready to fully re-open all 18 holes this Saturday.

Although the back nine has been open for weeks, this is the first time since 2010 that the full front nine will be open.

Special early-bird pricing introduced in May will be extended through the season.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition June 26, 2013

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Lease the Wheat City course to someone who knows how to run a golf course.
They can invest their PRIVATE money into building a dyke to protect the golf course from future floods.
This course does not need to be opening in JULY in the future.......

Brandon City council should focus on fixing streets,.
Use the money from the lease to invest in fixing potholes and sewer systems.

Winnipeg City Council is currently working towards leasing several public courses in their city.

The city of Brandon should continue to own the Wheat City golf course and could save loads of money by reassigning the very well paid unionized grass cutters to another department.




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More than two years after the devastating 2011 flood that wrecked large portions of the Wheat City Golf Course, it is finally ready to fully re-open all 18 holes this Saturday.

Although the back nine has been open for weeks, this is the first time since 2010 that the full front nine will be open.

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More than two years after the devastating 2011 flood that wrecked large portions of the Wheat City Golf Course, it is finally ready to fully re-open all 18 holes this Saturday.

Although the back nine has been open for weeks, this is the first time since 2010 that the full front nine will be open.

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