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Golf course forms ties. (Thunder Bay: In Brief).

A partnership has been struck between Old Fort William and the new Whitewater Golf Course to boost tourism and investment in Thunder Bay.

Their alliance is designed to keep tourists in the region a while longer by offering an attractive destination package.

The clubhouse will be renovated to reflect the region's fur trade history and the Fort and Whitewater will create joint visitor packages and a marketing program.

The 18-hole golf course will open in late May 2004, with an extra nine holes to be added. Green fees will be $65 for 18 holes. Five kilometres of hiking trails will be included at the complex.

Condominiums, single-family units and townhouses will be built nearby. To date, 30 single-family lots have been purchased.
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Title Annotation:Old Fort William and Whitewater Golf Course
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1CONT
Date:May 1, 2003
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