$2 million paid for Washington course

The city of Tacoma, Wash., has sold Madrona Links Golf Course in Gig Harbor, Wash., to the Peninsula Metropolitan Parks District.

Sale price for the course was $2 million.

The purchase of Madrona Links was part of a larger deal in which the Pierre County Council acquired both the golf course and adjacent Tacoma Narrows Airport for a reported $5 million.

Designed by Ken Tyson, Madrona Links first opened in 1978. The course features a pro shop, restaurant and lounge. Greens fees typically range from $19 to $29. 

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