Golf residents might start paying for two years of residence fees at a time – $90 every two years instead of $45 annually – if the Recreation and Park Commission approves it.
The card allows the members to make reservations at all six of The City’s golf courses seven days in advance, opposed to six days in advance by people who aren’t registered residents.
The merge makes it easier for golf players and more efficient for the Rec and Park Department, spokeswoman Lisa Seitz-Gruwell said.
A monthly budget report however has indicated that the revenue from golf funds is making about $250,000 less than last year at this time.
The decision will be made at the commission meeting in City Hall tomorrow at 4 p.m.