Cypress Golf Management to revive Sugar Creek muni

Cypress Golf Management has signed a five-year deal to supervise the renovation and reopening of the Sugar Creek Golf Course in the greater Atlanta area. The contract with Dekalb County will pay Cypress Golf Management no more than $712, 235 over its term.

The course was shuttered 18 months ago when the previous operator, Cornerstone Golf, cancelled its agreement with the county.

A report commissioned by the county last year from the National Golf Foundation laid out repairs needed to return the course to operational status.

 “We look forward to making Sugar Creek a gem for Dekalb County and their citizen to play,” said Bill Stine, president of Cypress, who founded the company in 2009. Sugar Creek Golf Course is the 11th course in Cypress Golf Management’s portfolio.

The Rick Kepshire designed course first opened in 1976. The Par 72 track measures 6,300 yards.

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