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Cypress Knoll Golf and Country Club, Under New Ownership, Re-Opens Sept. 10
Brown and his wife Janice will also speak about their own family members who have served in the military. Several members of local veterans organizations in Flagler County are scheduled to speak about the many wonderful benefits of living in the county. Brown hopes the deck will come to symbolize a special place for community members to mingle. The deck will be officially dedicated to all of the Flagler County veterans. Doug Brown explained that if his father Frederick had not purchased a parcel of land adjacent to the golf course in , Cypress Knoll probably would not be here today due to financial difficulties prior to his acquisition. Recently, the course opened a new state-of-the-art Par-3 Pitch and Putt course to enhance the options for guests who prefer something different from traditional golf.
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They don;t advertise which is too bad because a This course is priced accurately for the condition of the course. Had the best time golfing at Cypress Knoll. The staff was so friendly and I got a sense that it had a strong community of golfers. The course was fun but we walked the first 9. It was a quiet course as we golfed mid Recently, neighbors called to reserve for a fairly large party, and were told
Successfully running a golf course these days is almost as risky as crab-fishing in the Bering Sea. Brown and Reid live on the golf course. He was referring to one of the several troubled golf courses in the region: the Matanzas course has long been in disuse. That course is owned by Palm Coast government. There was a buy offer for Cypress Knoll on the table that would have expired had Reid and Brown not decided to rapidly buy the property. In addition to staff, they have had seven people, mostly Cypress Knoll residents, volunteer to improve the grounds. They will reopen with the back nine becoming front nine.