The city’s Woodland Hills Golf Course is getting some improvement.
A new golf cart shed is being built east of the clubhouse that will house 40 golf carts.
The build began about 10 days ago and is expected to be complete in a few weeks, according to Shannon O’Neil, head golf professional and clubhouse manager.
J.T. Construction, Fort Scott, is the contractor for the shed.
“It’s built to store 30 golf carts that the city owns (for public use),” O’Neil said. “It will have room to hold up to 40 carts.
The cart shed is beneficial for both security and convenience, O’Neil said.
The cost of the build is approximately $65,000, which is funded basically through donations, City Manager Dave Martin said.
The golf course is hosting a junior golf camp in June and July on Wednesday mornings taught by O’Neil, who is a Professional Golf Association professional. Registration begins today, May 1.