"We don't expect a country club. But we expect grass."
Lakeland is investing $175,500 in a golf course renovation project at Cleveland Heights, banking that improvements made will turn around the decline in the number of rounds played in recent years.
The centerpiece of the overall project is rebuilding greens on the A Course under the direction of Lakeland golf course architect Ron Garl.
"It was time to address them and improve the putting surfaces for playability," said Brock Witmyer, general manager at Cleveland Heights Golf Course.
Read more at the Lakeland Ledger.