Dinolfo Announces Official 2017 Opening Of The Monroe County Golf Courses
County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced that Monroe County’s three public golf course facilities, located at Churchville Park, Durand Eastman Park and Genesee Valley Park, will officially open for the 2017 golf season on Wednesday, April 19th. The Monroe County Department of Parks resumed full operational responsibility of the three County-owned golf courses in 2015, while contracting for pro-shop related services with Kless Meyers Golf Management, LLC.
“Beginning with the 2015 Season, our three Monroe County golf courses have experienced a real transformation in conditions, play, public perception, attendance and in overall golfer experience,” said Dinolfo. “Local golfers continue to recognize our commitment to quality and value, as demonstrated by a 34% increase in total rounds played at our three courses. Access to affordable recreational opportunities contributes to the overall quality of life for our community, which attracts both jobs and job seekers to Monroe County. We are looking forward to another successful golf season.”
In addition to exceptionally competitive daily greens fees, the three Monroe County Golf Courses will offer the following enhanced value opportunities in 2017:
Season Pass (for golfers age 18 and over) good for greens fees at all three courses, all season long. Golfers may choose to purchase a Daily Pass (7 days) for $450/season or a Week Day Only Pass (5 days) for $350/season;
Youth Season Pass (for golfers age 17 and under) good for greens fees at all three courses, weekdays and weekends, all season long for only $100;
Season Discount Golf Permit (Senior, youth, persons with disabilities and Military) good for discounted weekday and weekend daily greens fees at all three courses throughout the season. Permits cost $30 for qualified individuals, as follows: Senior (age 62 and older); Youth (age 17 and under); Persons with disabilities (physician note required); and Military (Active, Reserve and Veteran, with proof of service).
Additionally, FootGolf, an exciting hybrid of soccer and golf, will be offered for a second consecutive season on Genesee Valley’s South Course for a full 18 holes, simultaneously with traditional golf. This is the only course in the Monroe County region to be certified by the American Footgolf League (AFGL). Standard greens fees apply.
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