What is Winter Golf?
Courses will offer either 9 or 18 holes. This will be dependent upon the course location, weather, layout and topography. The course will not look the same as in-season golf. Teeing areas will be marked with a tall post in the ground. This post will be in the general area of the normal tee box. The flag stick will be placed in an area very close to the normal green site. There will be a hole cut into the ground. You may play into the hole or just take a one putt from a distance agreed upon within your group. To do our best to preserve the course, please do not walk on any greens or tees and play your tee shots from designated areas only.
Be aware of your surroundings while playing. Since the course may be snow covered, please stay clear of any water hazards. Please note that the change in your footing may change drastically under snow. For your enjoyment, wear appropriate footwear and loosely fit warm clothing. Consider carrying a limited number of clubs in your bag. Artificial grass tee mats will be available for purchase at the courses. Consider this purchase to further enjoy your winter golf experience.
Food and Beverage
Each course will have a limited menu available along with hot and cold beverages. The food and beverage offerings will differ between courses.