The days are numbered at the West Palm Beach municipal golf course.
The historic course located off Forest Hill Boulevard is losing about $60,000 a month.
Not only are the conditions of the greens slicing into revenue, the city hasn't put a lot into maintenance in recent years.
On Monday night, city commissions approved to close the course until 2020.
In February, developer American Links signed an agreement to manage a $86 million renovation of the 196-acre course.
Plans include the Topgolf franchise, a boutique hotel and a clubhouse next to Interstate 95. Nearly 200 apartments or condos would also be built.
This course has been a favorite spot for many golfers for decades including legend Arnold Palmer.
"It has elevations changes which makes it more challenging. It makes it a more interesting golf course than the flatter courses in Florida," said golfer Blake Lafavour. "I'll absolutely miss it, but I can't wait until I come back and see what it's like when it's done."
Many of the employees at the course will transfer to other golf courses.