Golf course holes to be restored

WESTCHESTER, Calif. They should literally be getting back some missing holes.

/*Westchester Golf Course*/ was built in 1965 with 18 holes.

But in 1993, expansion of a nearby roadway gobbled up land that included three of the course's holes.

Since then, golfers have been reduced to playing 15 holes, even replaying holes to complete an 18-hole game.

But on Monday, the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners approved a new lease with Westchester Golf Partners, which will restore the holes using vacant airport-owned land.

The plan still has to be approved by federal officials and the Los Angeles City Council.

City News Service and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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