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After decades of struggle, west side residents may finally acquire a share of the park space they have been seeking from the city of Tucson.
From the left, Mike Swearingen and cousins Aaron Lostutter and Christian Lostutter walk to the sixth hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The National Park Service has questions about its possible closure to golfers.
A golfer plays along the seventh hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The city plans to close the course if a private operator doesn't step up.
Residents may be able to tee off at Fred Enke Golf Course a little longer than expected because a recent decision from the National Park Service could extend its life.
Absent a private operator riding to the rescue, Tucson's Fred Enke Golf Course, and possibly portions of El Rio Golf Course, could soon be reborn as "passive parks."
Two city of Tucson golf employees are under investigation on suspicion of skimming money from the already financially beleaguered golf program.
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