Sackville course's change in direction brings promise
The third hole at the Sackville Golf & Country Club which has been provided new drainage to remedy a long-standing problem.
Shifting toward a largely volunteer staff and updating equipment has given the century-old Sackville Golf and Country Club a new lease on life. The nine-hole New Brunswick course had been experiencing declining membership numbers and other challenges, but has found its change in direction might allow business to continue for another 100 years.
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