SPRINGFIED, Mass. (WWLP) – The city of Springfield released a completed audit involving the management of Veteran’s and Franconia golf courses.  Kennedy Golf Management, which managed two city-owned golf courses, may owe the city of Springfield hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Kennedy Golf Management, or KGM, was run by Kevin Kennedy, Jr. The company managed the Franconia and Veterans Memorial Golf courses’ in Springfield, until the city terminated its contract with the company last November, following an IRS raid.

The city hired an outside auditor last August to review how the company handled the golf courses’ cash and revenues.

Mayor Domenic Sarno announced Monday that the auditor concluded it does not believe KGM properly “deposited all city revenues.” They also found the company may have withheld money from the city.

You can read the entire audit below.

Springfield golf audit