LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Golfers may be paying an additional $2 to $150 over the next two years to use three Lafayette Consolidated Government courses.

The Advertiser reports the Lafayette City-Parish Council on Tuesday is expected to consider final adoption of an ordinance that would increase fees at the LCG golf courses.

According to the ordinance, the rate increases are needed to offset the cost of operations and maintenance.

Gerald Boudreaux, director of parks and recreation, says the rate hikes are expected to generate about $565,000 over the next two years.