Lions Municipal Golf Course has been a part of Austin for almost 100 years as the city’s oldest and most beloved public course. “Muny” is a treasured urban green space and was recently recognized as a nationally significant civil rights historical site as the first public course in the South to racially integrate. But Austin is in danger of losing this invaluable property to development.
Save Muny has worked since 1973 to preserve Lions Municipal Golf Course as an inclusive, affordable place for all Austinites to enjoy the game of golf and the outdoors. With public events and outreach campaigns, the Save Muny initiative continues to demonstrate the course’s intrinsic value to the Austin community and has helped to negotiate three lease extensions with the City of Austin.
Based on the course’s compelling role in the civil rights movement and in Texas golf history, the property was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. Save Muny remains a key stakeholder group in the dialogue between the University of Texas and the City of Austin, seeking to negotiate a mutually beneficial solution for preservation of Muny as an 18-hole municipal course.
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