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Millsite back nine putting along

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The request for statements of qualifications is going out for the Millsite Golf Course expansion project. Ferron City will then create a short list of qualified contractors and request they submit proposals for the project. The contractor will be selected using a best value process.

Course manager Jordan Leonard said the city's plan is to begin construction in July and have the back nine ready to play by fall of 2009. During the construction phase of the expansion project, play on the existing nine holes will not be affected.

Millsite is located four miles west of Ferron on Canyon Road near Millsite Reservoir. Green fees are $10 for nine holes, and the cart rental fee is $5 per person for nine holes.

It is a soft spike only course and gift certificates are available.

Leonard is also available for lessons and during the summer, clinics are held for the youth.

The map of the proposed back nine at Millsite.

Just recently the mens association began their season of play. They golf on Thursday nights at 5:30 p.m.

The senior mens league meet and golf at 8 a.m. on Wednesday mornings at the course.

The Ladies Association golfs on Tuesdays during the day.

For more information on any of the Millsite activities or tournaments, call 384-2887. The mens association tournament is on June 28.

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