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Wichita Falls Golf Course Will Continue to Water In Stage Four Using Collected Water

Wichita Falls' municipal golf course is one of the city's facilities that will be greatly impacted by stricter water restrictions.
Wichita Falls' municipal golf course is one of the city's facilities that will be greatly impacted by stricter water restrictions.

Champions Course at Weeks Park General Manager Tommy Isbell says once the city goes into stage four on Saturday, water that has been pumped into its main irrigation pond will be cut off.

Isbell says they've been planning for stage four for quite some time and say it's up to golf course officials to manage their water as best they can in order to keep their greens alive.

"We're going to use every drop of water that we've collected on the golf course so when you drive by and you see some water going, it's not that we are using anymore city water," Isbell says. "That supply has been cut off. We've been saving it."

He says if rains do not come, they expect water they've collected to last them until the end of May.


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