City prices up, tee times down

This comes from staff writer Rick Orlov: In the first month since the city of Los Angeles dramatically
increased its
green fees and added a non-resident fee, the number of rounds played
is down
by almost 6,000, city Parks officials said.
However, the amount of money received by the city was up more than
$157,000
because of the higher fees. Officials said they will have to wait to
see if
any of the golfers come back to city courses as players adjust to the
higher
fees.

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