Area Golf - May 3Nemadji driving range is finally open for the season
The driving range at the Nemadji Golf Course opened for the season on Tuesday. The range will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
The course, which is expected to open in four to eight days, opened last year on March 22. This is the latest the course has opened in 35 years.
The Pattison Park Thursday Night Couples league will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Pattison Clubhouse. Election of officers and the redraw for divisions will be held.
All couples interested in golfing are invited to attend the meeting as there is an opening in the league and subs are always needed.
League members who plan on golfing and are unable to attend the meeting are asked to call Barb at 715-399-2924.
An organizational meeting for the Thursday Swingers Ladies League will be held at the Botten’s Green Acres clubhouse at 9 a.m. on Thursday.
All league golfers are asked to attend and new members are always welcome.
Plans for the coming season will be discussed. If possible, after the meeting the golf league will begin for the season.
Weather permitting, the Nemadji Golf Course Senior League will begin the season on Thursday.
Captains may pick up a packet containing rules, schedule and team rosters in the clubhouse.
The Pattison Park Golf Course’s Thursday Senior League meeting has been postponed again and is rescheduled for noon Friday, May 10 in the clubhouse.
The Friday Men’s League meeting will follow on the same day at 1 p.m..
All current league members and anyone who would be interested in joining the leagues are encouraged to attend.
The Monday Bushwackers at the Pattison Park Golf Course will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the clubhouse. All teams are asked to have a representative present and any teams or persons intereste d in joining the league are invited to attend.
For more information call Doug Nelson, 218-393-6943, or the PPGC, 715-399-2489.
Norwood Golf Course, Botten’s Green Acres and Poplar Golf Course are offering Tri-course season tickets. Unlimited play tickets are $300 and a couples pass is $410.
The Norwood Golf Course is also starting a new co-ed fun league. Teams will consist of three to six players and golf at 6 p.m. Wednesdays. The league is limited to 12 teams.
For more information call the Norwood Golf Course, 715-374-3210.