Every Green To Be Replaced At Walter Hall Golf Course After Supplier Error

August 3, 2021


It’s going to be rough playing Walter Hall Golf Course in south Everett through Labor Day as all of the greens are being replaced following a supplier error. We first told you about the issue last week. Last Wednesday the Everett City Council approved a settlement with a supplier who contributed to the issue. Monday we received a further explanation from the City via email from Communications Director Kimberley Cline.

Green replacement began today and is expected to take until Labor Day to complete.

Due to a misunderstanding with a supplier, the incorrect material was sprayed onto the greens at Walter Hall golf course. All of the greens were damaged to some extent. As a result, the greens will be recontoured, and will have all of their sod replaced. This work began today.

The cost for this renovation is TBD, but will come at no cost to the City. Our current plan it to have the greens back online again by Labor Day. While this is an extremely unfortunate incident, we are excited to have new greens, increased playability and enhanced opportunities for future play at Walter Hall. In the meantime, temporary greens will be established and a fee of $25 per round is in effect until the greens are reopened. We thank the community for their patience during this time.

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