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Water gushes from a pipe filling one of two lakes on the par 5 13th hole at San Ignacio Golf Course in Green Valley. The course, which has been closed for several months and had fallen into poor shape, has been taken over by restaurateur Bob McMahon and developer David Williamson - to the jo…
It'll be at least a month before the new managers get the San Ignacio course, above, or the Canoa Hills Course into shape to play, says Bob McMahon. "Grass in the summer, if you don't water it, it's dead," he noted.
Water is flowing again at San Ignacio Golf Course and a waterfall is tumbling downhill from one pond to another near the 13th hole. That's because new management took over San Ignacio and a second Green Valley course last week and secured an agreement to turn on the water.