The city of Lakeland’s Cleveland Heights Golf Course has attracted a growing number of golfers in the last three years, with year-to-date rounds rising nearly 25%, The Ledger reports. The accompanying increase in revenue means city government’s expected subsidy of the golf course will be $500,000 next year, nearly half the 2019 level and the lowest in 10 years.

Source: The Ledger

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