Tod Leonard reported on the city council approval of a business plan for several San Diego municipal courses. Leonard wrote last week about plans for the North, co-host to the first two rounds of the Farmers Insurance Open.
The proposed business plan outlines improvements at each of the facilities over the next six years. It shows plans for $17.6 million in work at Balboa Park, including a new clubhouse; $9.8 million for improvements at Mission Bay, including a modular clubhouse and designs for a permanent structure; and $13.4 million for work at Torrey Pines. More than $8.5 million would be spent on the North Course, including the reconstruction of greens and bunkers, while the South on-course work is limited to improving drainage.