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Golf fees to go up at Los Angeles County public courses

March 22, 2011 |  2:13 pm

Golfers practice putting at Santa Anita Golf Course in Arcadia in April 2005.

Los Angeles County public golf course fees are going up.

Click to see full schedule of fees The county Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to raise the 18-hole weekend golf course greens fee from $33 to $35. The weekday 18-hole golf course fee will rise from $25 to $26.

DOCUMENT: See the full list of new rates

The fees are scheduled to go into effect on April 1.

Officials with the county Department of Parks and Recreation said the county's golf course fees are about 25% less than the average fees at similar municipal and public golf courses in the region.

Officials last raised fees at L.A. County courses in 2009.

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Photo: Golfers practice putting at Santa Anita Golf Course in Arcadia in April 2005. Credit: Los Angeles Times

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