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I agree Tom but I don’t think the city is thinking the same way. It is a shame that the city of Elkhart does not have a golf course.


What's really a shame is the owner will probably win the lawsuit that contaminated the main building and further line his pockets. Crocodile tears about losing his "Dream"....I see everything else he has is for sale or closing. Planning on leaving town? Hmmm....

Tom Shoff

I completely agree with Tom Conway's suggestion that the City of Elkhart purchase the Christina Creek Golf course. It is my understanding that the purchase price is about what the City received for the former Sims Oak Hills course when it was sold. Elkhart would then have a local course that our new combined school golf team could hold practices and meets. If the City doesn't want to be in the "Golf Course Business" I'm sure they could find a third party to run it, similar to how the Lerner's food operations are run. Please contact your City Council person and tell them this gem should not be lost and ask them to support a City owned Gold course.

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