Macon Parks and Recreation Director Dale 'Doc' Dougherty says he has a plan to make Bowden Golf Course profitable again.
The first step was bringing some upgrades to the city-owned golf course. Now, he says he needs to stop the course from bleeding money.
He says it loses about $130,000 a year.
He told the Macon City Council Community Resources and Development Committee Tuesday night about the next phase of his plan for Bowden, which involves restructuring the pricing options.
Previously, Dougherty says, visitors have only had two options-- an annual membership, or a daily fee.
He says that's not keeping Bowden competitive with other private clubs in the area.
The proposal to restructure pricing is two-fold. There will be some slight modifications to daily charges for things like golf cart rentals.