After a long, snowy winter, the Knoll Golf Country Club golf courses will be back in business on Wednesday starting 7 a.m.
And there will be 130 new golf carts that are more fuel efficient than the old ones, said Golf Superintendent Pat DeFalco.
Member of however, will have to pay more this year since the township . The Knoll Golf Facility functions as a township utility and is funded with membership fees.
The increase, proposed by Knoll golf superintendent Pat DeFalco, would be $50 for township residents, $100 for out-of-town members and $150 for out-of-state residents.
Fees at Knoll Golf Club East, where 85 percent of the members are residents, will remain the same. At the West club, there is a much greater percentage of corporate members and out-of-towners, according to DeFalco.
The semi-private Knoll West has about 1,000 members, as well as a long waiting list. The current general dues are $600 for residents; $1,200 for out-of-town New Jersey residents and $1,800 for out-of-state members. There are also rates for restricted access and corporate memberships.