COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update, March 29, 2020 - All Golf Courses, Driving Ranges and Food and Beverage Departments will be Closed indefinitely following the Shelter and Home Order from Gov. Hogan. We are looking forward to opening and hosting your rounds of golf when our State Officials deem it to be safe to do so. Once we open, we will do so in some form of transition and will communicate that to you. Stay safe and we will see you soon.
Ball Mark Repair
Each player has the responsibility of keeping the course in a similar condition to how they found it. Proper golf etiquette dictates that you repair any damage to the putting surface made by the impact of the ball. We even suggest that each player fix their ball mark plus one other. This helps assure that the conditions for putting remain optimal and the leads to a better experience for all. Please remember:
- Every ball mark leaves a scar
- An unrepaired ball mark, even after healing, retains a cavity shape that impairs ball roll
- An improperly used repair tool extends the time needed for recovery ant the mark leaves a larger scare