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Old 05-17-2011, 06:47 PM
Location: Highland CA
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Recently I read a report about a body being found in the river near the * former * Mott Park Golf Course in Flint.

I checked Flint's Parks & Rec website and found that the only two city courses still open are Swartz Creek and Kearsley Lake, so I guess that means that the short course at Pierce Park is also gone?

Okay, I understand that Parks & Rec is one of the first things to take it in the shorts when the budget is tight. After all, police officers have been laid off and schools closed.

My dad taught me to play golf at Mott Park when I was 10 years old, the minimum age to play the course. Back then the neighborhoods surrounding the course were considered to be pretty choice, like Nolen Drive.

So, what's happening to these courses now? Anyone know?
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