An adviser to the Bradford Creek Public Golf Course expressed strong distaste this week for a strategic vision being sought for the city-owned club, calling the plan “pejorative” and saying it painted an illogical and incomplete picture of the facility.
Speaking before the Greenville Recreation and Parks Commission, Jim Decker, associate dean of East Carolina University’s Kinesiology Department and a 22-year resident of Greenville, picked apart a recent operational analysis completed on the course by Golf Convergence, a consulting firm based in Castle Rock, Colo.
Decker, one of nine members on the Bradford Creek Advisory Committee, questioned the 90-page report’s findings and conclusions, specifically a statement that the greatest return to the city would be to sell the course, estimated to have a value of $3.2 million.
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