Integrity Golf Company To Cease Operations of Brevard’s Three Public Golf Courses Effective July 30
By Space Coast Daily // July 15, 2017
No Disruption In Service or Play
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Orlando-based Integrity Golf Company will cease operations of Brevard County’s three public golf courses effective July 30, but the Board of County Commissioners has taken immediate action in an effort to keep the courses operational and open to the public indefinitely.
On Thursday, Commissioners OK’d a plan to begin immediate negotiations with Cypress Golf Management and International Golf Maintenance on a temporary management agreement, likely no more than six months.
Commissioners have also directed County staff to bring back proposals to the Board for lease or management for the operations of the 18-hole courses. At that time, the Board will then evaluate options on how to proceed for the long term.
Integrity, which operates golf courses throughout Central Florida, was contracted in January 2016 to operate Brevard County’s golf courses – The Savannahs on Merritt Island; The Habitat in Grant-Valkaria; and Spessard Holland in Melbourne Beach. Courses are open daily at 7 a.m. until dark.
All courses will continue to operate normally.
If you have questions regarding the courses, please contact Brevard County Parks and Recreation at 321-633-2046.
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