Kenosha County’s golf courses, Brighton Dale Links and Petrifying Springs Golf Course, will reopen at 8 a.m. Friday, April 24, General Manager of Golf Operations Daniel Drier announced today.
Golfers will be required to walk the courses, as carts will remain unavailable for the foreseeable future due to the COVID-19 emergency. Pro shops and clubhouses will remain closed, and contact points like flags, water coolers, rakes, etc., have been removed.
The courses are allowed to reopen under the modified version of Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer-At-Home order, which takes effect Friday.
“We are excited to invite everyone back to our beautiful 63 holes of Kenosha County Golf,” Drier said. “We must do this responsibly, though, and need to make sure that everyone does their part to keep all of our families healthy.”
Those who visit the courses are asked to follow these guidelines:
Current greens fees are $26 for 18 holes and $15 for nine holes on weekdays, $33 for 18 holes and $18 for nine holes on weekends and holidays.
About Kenosha County Golf: Kenosha County offers two championship facilities. Brighton Dale Links, 830 248th Ave., is a 45-hole complex featuring the 18-hole, par-72 White Birch and Blue Spruce courses, plus the 9-hole, par-36 Red Pine course. Petrifying Springs Golf Course, 4909 Seventh St., is an 18-hole, par-70 course located in Kenosha County’s flagship park. For more information, please visit www.kenoshacountygolf.comor follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BrightonDaleLinks and www.facebook.com/PetrifyingSpringsGolf.