Cuero Municipal Golf Course gets new life with donated trees
CUERO, Texas — The Cuero Parks Administration planted 15 new trees at the Cuero Municipal Golf Course to replace trees destroyed during Hurricane Harvey.
The Parks Department received a $6,000 grant form Rebuild Texas to help restor the golf course. The department decided to buy 15 Crepe Myrtle trees to help bring color and life back to the course.
“They gave us a lot of thumbs up,” said David Danish, Director of Cuero Golf, Parks and Cemetary. “We’ve done a lot of work on the course. Not only the trees, but some champion greens that we have out here. And now, the beautiful trees and the split road fence, so it’s kind of all coming together. We get a lot of compliments from the golfers here, we really do.”
Work on the golf course will continue as the Parks Administration hopes to fix areas of the Fairway in the coming months.
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