May 20, 2022
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Brandon Golf Course To Receive Repairs

(Brandon, SD) — A beloved golf course in the Sioux Falls area is getting some much-need repairs after severe flooding three years ago. Crews are now in the process of getting Brandon Golf Course back into peak playable condition. Manager Andrew Bauer said repairs include rehabilitation of seven of the course’s fairways and all 15 of the bunkers. The 2019 flooding of Split Rock Creek killed grass on the fairways and washed out the bunkers. The repairs were delayed while the course was waiting on funding. Bauer expects the course to be fully back up and running by June or July.

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