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Dinolfo Announces Official 2016 Opening of the Monroe County Golf Courses

Dinolfo Announces Official 2016 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 2016 golf season on Saturday, April 16th. 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.

“The 2015 season was marked by the improvement of course conditions and enhancement of the overall experience,” said Dinolfo. “We are pleased to say that area golfers, energized by these great improvements, boosted the total rounds played at our three courses by 17% over the previous season. I commend the County Parks Department and our pro-shop managers for their demonstrated professionalism and commitment to excellence. We’re off to a great start and are looking forward to another wonderful season in 2016!”

New for the 2016 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;

Military Season Discount Permit (for Active Duty Military and Veterans) good for discounted weekday and weekend daily greens fees at all three courses throughout the season. Permits will sell for $30. Proof of service is required. The County will also continue to offer Senior, Youth and Disabled Season Discount Permits in 2016 for $30, as well;

FootGolf, an exciting hybrid of soccer and golf, will be offered on Genesee Valley’s South Course in 2016 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.

“The 2016 Season promises to build upon the successful efforts of our first year back,” said Larry Staub, Monroe County’s Director of Parks. “Our three properties will continue to show improvement and receive kudos, thanks to our top-notch team of professional golf course superintendents and their hard working staff members. Local golfers are recognizing and enjoying the fruits of this labor.”

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