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Golf sprinklers break rules

The City Hall-owned Park City Golf Club on Monday ran some of its huge sprinklers outside the hours allowed by the local government’s watering rules.

The rules require sprinkling be done between 7 p.m. and 10 a.m. to reduce the chances of evaporation. Some of the Golf Club sprinklers Monday were running close to 11 a.m.

Clint Dayley, the superintendent of the golf course, says the sprinklers were not supposed to run past the 10 a.m. restriction.

"We didn’t intentionally do it," Dayley says.

He says the workers Friday installed new sod in front of the tee box on 14th hole, where the sprinklers were running.

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