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Kelowna Springs Golf Course will continue operations until at least the end of 2024

Property was purchased in February by developer

July 19, 2023  By Turf & Rec



Golfers will be able to enjoy at least one more season at the Kelowna Springs Golf Course.

CEO Garry Fawley said a balance remains to be struck between recreational use and the city’s need for industrial land. City council voted 8-1 last month to return the land for private recreational use. In 2020, it was designated as potential industrial land. It’s estimated Kelowna needs about 236 acres of industrial land to meet future demands.

The golf course property was purchased in February by Denciti Development Group.

It was originally believed that Kelowna Springs was to shut down at the end of the current season as an 18-hole golf course.


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