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West Palm Beach to Close Golf Course Clubhouse



West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio announced last week that the West Palm Beach Golf Course will shut down its clubhouse by the end of the month.


Both photos courtesy of World Golf

The announcement came only a few days after residents and the city considered spending money to fix up the aging, existing clubhouse. The current building, which was built around 1947, leaks and has problems with lead, termite, and asbestos.

Golf operations will immediately be moved to a trailer and restrooms will be available in the golf cart garage. The Bradley’s Hole-in-One restaurant will close down, however Bradley’s will still be allowed to operate a snack cart.

No announcement has been made on when or if a new clubhouse will be built.

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