Regulars at the Fort Steilacoom Golf Course will have plenty of other options to play after the course closes this fall. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune)
Regulars at the Fort Steilacoom Golf Course will have plenty of other options to play after the course closes this fall. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune) Drew Perine The News Tribune file photo, 2009
Regulars at the Fort Steilacoom Golf Course will have plenty of other options to play after the course closes this fall. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune) Drew Perine The News Tribune file photo, 2009

Pierce County wisely cuts losses on one of three golf courses

September 13, 2018 06:40 PM