In the continuing post-Olympic legacy of the Rio Golf Course, Eduardo Paes, mayor of Rio de Janeiro, has had his assets frozen in relation to "failure to charge appropriate taxes" to the course developers.
And this isn't the first stumbling block the course has faced; previous articles have surfaced detailing the lack of course maintenance, poor signage and low course attendance. Progolf, which was commissioned for course maintenance, has allegedly not been paid for two months and could pull out soon as well.
The course, which cost roughly $20 million, costs around $80,000 monthly to properly maintain. For the full article from golfweek.com, click here or on the link available below.