LSU reviewing future of campus golf course
BATON ROUGE- LSU is evaluating the future of the golf course at the intersection of Gourrier Avenue and Nicholson.
An official with Facility Services said Tuesday, the course evaluation is part of a two year mater plan for the campus. Experts are considering the best use of the 125 acres.
Tammy Millican, with the university, said the course is not performing poorly, but "golf courses are struggling a little bit, that's just the case right now."
There could be other uses for the space, although nothing has been determined.
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