City of Dayton to auction equipment from its 2 closed golf courses

City of Dayton to auction equipment from its 2 closed golf courses
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DAYTON — The city is auctioning surplus materials from the now-closed Kitty Hawk and Madden golf centers -- including 100 golf carts, course components, landscaping equipment, commercial kitchen equipment and more.

The auction is online at

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Bidders can complete a free registration at

In May, the city announced the permanent closure of the two golf centers. The closures presented the city with a special set of assets -- entire contents of two regional golf complexes.

The surplus features 100 Yamaha golf cars in a variety of ages, conditions and colors. Other golf items offered include granite tee marker holes, golf bag stands, flags, golf cups and more.

Additional golf center surplus includes a 12-foot tall gazebo with its contents (two chairs and a window air conditioner), plus several commercial lawnmowers, landscaping tools, commercial kitchen equipment, bar equipment, picnic tables and park benches.

Several auction clusters will go live, continuing well into July. Bidding is open to anyone with an interest, including businesses, vendors, contractors, restaurateurs, homeowners and collectors.

“Lots of items are up for auction, from course supplies to memorabilia. Be sure to check back often so you don’t miss a great find,” said Kelly Pressel, city Golf Division manager.

Since 2008, Dayton has utilized the online auctions of to sell equipment including cars, trucks and vans, as well as computer and lab equipment and more. GovDeals offers a platform for state and local agencies to sell surplus and seized items.