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The National Golf Foundation (March 2019) – While our society continues to deal with the growing threat of the Coronavirus outbreak, one facet of life that is trying to maintain some sense of normalcy and provide active recreation for an anxious population are golf courses.
As businesses all around us close their doors, people are looking for activities and recreation to pass the time, while still finding some semblance of normalcy in an environment safe for customers and staff. Golf appears to be one activity that can meet these criteria, albeit with some significant adjustments in how facilities are operating. Golf seems to be inherently consistent with the concept of “social distancing,” as the activity can be enjoyed, even in groups, without any close physical interaction among players, or among golf facility staff.
While many golf courses and country clubs remain open in the early days of this crisis, this could change as mandates from authorities to shut down might increase in the coming days. For now, many in the golf community are hoping to preserve this activity to give us some outlet to recreate, and yes, to feel normal.
Find out what some of the new protocols you may see at the golf course. READ FULL ARTICLE
The National Golf Foundation (March 2019) – Unsettled. Fluid. Ever-changing. When it comes to discussion of how the global coronavirus pandemic is affecting every walk of life, these are oft-repeated descriptions.
Golf has been a welcome escape for some during uncertain times, providing an outlet where participants can get exercise outdoors while being able to avoid close interaction with others. With more golf courses throughout the U.S. than Starbucks stores and an appeal that that spans generations, the game has shown it can offer valuable physical and mental respite with safe operation and proper protocols.
That said, the situation is changing continually, and often rapidly. READ FULL ARTICLE
The National Golf Foundation (November 2019) – The Carolina Panthers have an agreement to buy a public golf course near the new headquarters they’re planning in Rock Hill, South Carolina, viewing it as an opportunity to create stronger ties with the local community. Waterford Golf Club is about two miles from the Panthers’ potential future home, in a region where the population has more than doubled since 2000. The Rock Hill/Fort Mill area is about 20 to 25 miles from Charlotte and continues to grow, with more and more new housing and ongoing development that includes shopping centers, restaurants, bars and breweries.
Panthers Chief Operating Officer Mark Hart says the NFL team envisions making Waterford, an 18-hole Hale Irwin design that opened in 1997, an even greater community amenity. READ FULL ARTICLE
Established in 1967, the course is a beautiful collection of diverse and challenging holes with tees for any skill level. Ratings for Glen Oaks consistently rank high for amenities, scenery, maintenance, and value. Golf is available to everyone, with programs for seniors, men, ladies, and juniors.
BEST GREENS IN CHARLOTTE!!! Monroe Country Club offers four tee boxes, Champion Bermuda greens, large putting green, short game practice area and driving range. Monroe Country Club is one of the few facilities that has a PGA Master Instructor on staff. Nick Jacobi can help improve your game.