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Glen Cove rethinks nonresident golfers

The Glen Cove City Council on Tuesday night will consider creating a new limited membership category for nonresidents at the municipal golf course, a move intended to boost revenue during slow periods of play.

The proposal calls for establishing a seasonal membership that would allow play Tuesday through Friday after 9:30 a.m. at a cost of $150.

The city currently offers $75 full memberships for residents; one for residents of adjacent Lattingtown, for an additional $5, because part of the course is in the village, and a $875 nonresident full membership that allows play any time. There are also rates for senior citizens, young people and nonresident owners of businesses in the city. See for more details.

Mayor Ralph Suozzi said any additional membership fees generated by the limited nonresident membership would be “all extra money. The course is underutilized during the weekdays.”


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