A grounds crew worker at the West Richland Golf Course mows Monday morning up to the edge of Yakima River flood waters that partially covered the course over the weekend. The course is remains open with nine holes of play available in a modified order, according to owner Michelle Marcum. The level of the Yakima River is forecast to continue dropping in the Tri-Cities through the rest of the week.
A grounds crew worker at the West Richland Golf Course mows Monday morning up to the edge of Yakima River flood waters that partially covered the course over the weekend. The course is remains open with nine holes of play available in a modified order, according to owner Michelle Marcum. The level of the Yakima River is forecast to continue dropping in the Tri-Cities through the rest of the week. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A grounds crew worker at the West Richland Golf Course mows Monday morning up to the edge of Yakima River flood waters that partially covered the course over the weekend. The course is remains open with nine holes of play available in a modified order, according to owner Michelle Marcum. The level of the Yakima River is forecast to continue dropping in the Tri-Cities through the rest of the week. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

New water hazard at West Richland Golf Course

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