The article, entitled "Bringing Back a Ghost," discusses the 55-year-old course's recent history including a brief closure in February of 2016 before the Village of University Park brought in BCG to manage golf operations in June.
"Amazingly, the course was reopened in early September, after superintendent Marty Smith -- the secret weapon rehired by Bob Geppert, the longtime Casper employee brought in as general manager to bring the operation back to life -- and his crew did a year's worth of rehab work in two months to make it happen," said author Tim Cronin in the story.
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A symbol of community pride, University Park Golf Club boasts an 18-hole championship layout designed by acclaimed course architect Lawrence Packard and updated in 2004 by Greg Martin. Each hole presents its own challenges, encouraging golfers of every skill level to strive for their best. The layout holds a number of surprises for its patrons including sand and water hazards as well as elevation changes.
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