Friday, March 18, 2016
Warmer weather means North Coast residents thoughts turn to Golf season
The signs are all there, the weather patterns are shifting, the temperatures rising and with the trees starting to show signs of life (not to mention your lawn) Golf season is set to arrive on the North Coast.
The Prince Rupert Golf Club is already ahead of the curve for the upcoming Spring season, introducing their fees for the start of the season in recent weeks. With a note that advises that a round of eighteen holes to cost 30 dollars plus taxes while those that only have time for the 9 hole circuit can take to the links for 20 dollars plus taxes.
Tee times are available by calling the Course at 250-624-2000
The Golf Club also reminds its members that their 2016 Golf Season dues are now due to be paid.
The arrival of the warmer weather offers the opportunity to get in some valuable practice rounds before the busy schedule of local tournaments gets under way with the latest listing of club tournaments available here.
This spring and summer will see the return of some familiar fundraiser tournaments as well as the introduction a few additional events that have been added to the local golf season.
One of note that has been recently announced is from the Chamber of Commerce which has outlined its plans to introduce a golf tournament to their schedule of events for their membership, you can learn more about their plans here.
You can keep up to date with developments from the Prince Rupert Golf Course through their newly redesigned website which provides a valuable amount of information, including some background on each of the eighteen holes of the course.
Updates on club activities can also be found on their facebook page.
More background on the Northwest Golf scene can be found on our archive page.