Lincoln County Planning Commission gives first green light to possibility of ‘world-class’ golf course | Local

Turning them into a “world-class private golf destination” would bring “a promising economic boost to the community,” Kahikina said in her application.

The course would include a 10,000 to 12,000 square foot clubhouse and restaurant, a maintenance facility and 60 beds of “overnight accommodation” for golfers who wish to stay there, he said.

Although it only welcomes golfers from April to October, the “agronomic staff” and other key personnel will work there throughout the year “to ensure that the course is well maintained even during the dead. -season ”.

Kahikina estimated that 60 golfers would play each day during the season at the planned Maxwell area course, with a maximum capacity of 120.

The course would serve 5,000 customers per year when it opens, he said, rising to 7,200 per year. Kahikina aims to accommodate at least 6,000 clients per year in its planned accommodation.

County superintendent of highways Carla O’Dell said in a Dec. 22 letter that she had been contacted by Lincoln-based Dormie Network about the golf course project.

Dormie operates the private 18-hole ArborLinks course in Nebraska City as well as courses in Indiana, New Jersey, North Carolina, Texas and Virginia, according to its website.

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