Kenosha County’s Brighton Dale Links and Petrifying Springs Golf Course will open for play, weather permitting, on Friday, March 19, County Executive Jim Kreuser announced today.
“It’s seemed like a long winter, but spring is here and golf season is back,” Kreuser said. “I encourage golfers to get out, get some fresh air, and check out our great Kenosha County courses.”
Dan Drier, PGA Professional and General Manager of Golf Operations for Kenosha County, said there are tremendous opportunities to create memories with friends and family at fantastic golf courses in natural surroundings.
“We have completed the renovation of the White Birch Course at Brighton Dale Links that included addressing the drainage, green surrounds and bunkers, and we’ve also had much of the underbrush in the wooded areas removed throughout Brighton Dale,” Drier said. “We are excited show off our improved conditions and new continuous cart paths at Petrifying Springs Golf Course. We are really proud of our golf courses this season and excited for our guests to play them.”
Daily fees and season passes have remained the same great value for the last 11 years, with options available including unlimited golf, senior, and junior rates.
For the start of the season, hours of operation for both courses will be from 8 a.m. to dusk, seven days a week, weather permitting. As the weather gets warmer, the courses will open earlier.
Due to saturated conditions on the courses, the season will begin with a requirement that carts must remain on cart paths only. This will be strictly enforced. Violators will be required to walk the rest of their round, with no refunds offered.
To open up the season at Brighton Dale Links, there will be a Spring Scramble on Saturday, April 24. This is a 4-person, 18-hole scramble with prizes valued at over $5,800. The entry fee is just $59 per player. This includes greens fee, cart, boxed lunch and big prizes including a chance for a foursome to win a 2021 Adult Walking Value Package.
For seniors, Brighton Dale will host its Senior Scramble on Friday April 30. This is also a 4-person, 18-hole scramble that has prizes valued over $2,600 and costs only $55 per player. This fee also includes: greens fee, cart, boxed lunch, and prizes.
About Kenosha County Golf:
Brighton Dale Links is comprised of 45 championship golf holes. The White Birch and Blue Spruce are 18-hole, par 72 layouts that measure 7,012 and 6,687 yards, respectively. The Red Pines is a 9-hole, par 36 layout of over 3,500 yards. All 45 holes at Brighton Dale links offer distinctive variances featuring water, mature trees and hilly terrain along with well-manicured playing conditions.
Brighton Dale is located in northwestern Kenosha County, adjacent to the Bong Recreation Area, just north of the intersection of highways 75 and 142 (enter off of Highway 75) in the Town of Brighton.
Petrifying Springs Golf Course is located within Petrifying Springs Park, the flagship of the Kenosha County Parks system. Known as “Pets,” it was voted by Kenosha News readers as Best Golf Course for the eighth straight year. Abundant trees and a rolling landscape add beauty and challenge to this delightful 18-hole, 6,000-yard golf course.
Petrifying Springs is located in northeastern Kenosha County, in the Village of Somers. The clubhouse is located on Highway A (Seventh Street), a half mile east of Highway 31 (Green Bay Road).
To reserve tee times for both facilities visit www.kenoshacountygolf.com or call 262-697-4653 for more information.