Great news! Governor Holcomb has recently given the ok for Indiana golf courses to open. Call courses directly to check if they take tee times. All courses are sanitizing cart steering wheels and all other areas. They are spacing out groups more, so instead of 8-10 minute intervals between groups, there is often 12 minutes between groups. Pins are to be left in the hole. Most cups are raised so all you need to do is hit the raised cup. Most/all clubhouses are closed, with possible bathroom availability. Some courses ask that you call when in the parking lot and they will run your credit or debit cards manually. Many will NOT accept cash. No food/drink is available. We all want to be safe, so let’s follow these guidelines for a sanity-saving, boredom-crashing, sunlight-seeking, round of golf!
Here is a partial list of Northern Indiana courses that we have information for:
Aberdeen is open with carts (cart paths only)
Bent Oak is open- limited play – must call first
Black squirrel open
Briar Leaf is open, not taking tee times
Beechwood is closed
although walkers are permitted at no charge
Blackthorn open – must prepay on Blackthorn website. No tee times
Cedar Lake open
Eagle Glen open
Heron Creek is open
Juday Creek open
Legacy Hills is open 1 person per cart. Tee times required
Maxwelton is open
Meadow Valley is open, carts are available. also limited pro shop access
Michigan City open
Noble Hawk is open
Pretty Lake is open for walking only
River Pointe open
Rock Hollow is open for walking only
Rozella Ford is open
Sandy Pines open -1 person per cart
Whispering Pines is open
White Hawk open walking only
Woodbury is open
Chesapeake Run closed
Erskine, Elbel closed
Glendarin Hills closed
Lost Marsh closed
McCormick Creek closed
Round Barn closed
Stonehenge no answer/ presumed closed
Summertree no answer/ presumed closed
Swan Lake closed
Warren (Notre Dame) closed
Wicker Park closed till April 8
MICHIGAN GOLF COURSES
Unfortunately, Governor Whitmer has recently announced a clarification regarding golf courses. Effective 3/27, all Michigan courses are to remain closed. Indiana and Ohio currently allow golf courses to remain open. Illinois has also shut down all courses as of 3/27
Stay tuned as things seem to change daily…
**Coronavirus Do’s and Don’ts **
There is no better way to cope with the near shut down of everything, than to get out and golf. This is basically the only sport/activity left that is safe, relaxing and fun! Some do’s and don’ts…
- Do continue to play golf and enjoy your life
- Do get exercise, sun, fresh air, and competition
- Do save big money (so you can stock up on toilet paper) by using your coupons
- Don’t high five your partner after sinking that 5 footer for triple bogey
- Don’t share your beer or cigar with your cart mate
- Don’t bother to constantly wash your hands, clubs or balls while you play with yourself or others
- Don’t hug other players when you flush a 4 iron to within 6 feet
- Don’t ask the beer cart girl to sit on your lap
- Don’t worry about public restrooms as each course has plenty of “private areas” in the woods
Just by following these simple guidelines, you too can survive and even thrive in trying times.
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