Alameda wants a mulligan on lawsuit against operators of its prestigious Bay Area golf course

ALAMEDA — A legal battle that drove relationships at Alameda’s municipal greens into the rough may soon run its course.

Accusations of poor management, parochial retaliation and a “systematic campaign” to control the historic greens at Corica Park evolved last year into a pair of opposing lawsuits filed by Alameda officials and the business they enlisted to run it.

But an Alameda County Superior Court has tipped its hand that the city’s arguments aren’t up to par.

Corica Park is a city-owned, 333-acre golf facility, which was leased in 2012 to Greenway Golf Associates (GGA) to manage operations of the two 18-hole courses, 9-hole course, driving range and clubhouse on

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