Should State Parks Pay a $1 million Dollar a Year Subsidy For State Owned Golf Courses?

Attendance at our 46 fabulous (and financially abandoned) Utah State Parks is booming. but state taxpayer funding for our 46 Parks has been decimated from 2008's $12.5 million to a paltry $4.5 million (2016).

Parks are not getting what they need. But the Department of Natural Resources (who is over the Parks) runs several money-losing golf courses. Query: Should the state privatize/sell state-owned golf courses or continue a $1,016,151 taxpayer golf subsidy taken from the state parks meager budget? To see more about our underfunded state parks,