Leagues will begin next week!
We will be offering prizes and meals while practicing social distancing￼
Tuesday June 2 Men’s Night Tuesdays shotgun @ 6pm
Wed June 3 Ladies Night Wednesdays shotgun @ 6pm
Wed June 3 Seniors Morning Wednesdays @ 10am
Call (403)747-2330 if you have any questions
TEE TIMES MUST BE BOOKED BY PHONING CLUBHOUSE Maximum 4 people/ tee time
Phone Lana/Jill 403-747-2330 Please call for booking
No walk ons if you don’t have a tee time if you are not PREBOOKED you cannot play
Tee Times are separated by 10 min
Please arrive 10-15 min before your booked time
Food and beverage will be available by take out only (Limited menu available)
Preferred payment is debit or credit
Singles only on carts (unless from same household or arrive together)
No ball washers will be available
Flags on greens will not be removable
Clubhouse is restricted to 1 person for payment only spaced by 6 ft.
Washrooms on deck available for use and cleaned regularly
Carts will be sanitized after every use, at end of round please park in designated area for cleaning, leave keys in cart, remove all garbage and personal items
Please practice social distancing of 6 ft of separation at all times on the course.
RV MUST BE SELF CONTAINED
No group camping allowed
No more than one RV per site
Use of public garbage and bathrooms IS prohibited
Use of playground IS prohibited
PLEASE CALL CLUBHOUSE TO BOOK
PLEASE HELP ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND STAFF STAY SAFE AND HAVE FUN
The legend of the Haunted Lake.
At one time, the Indians had been in the habit of pitching their teepees on the eastern shores of the lake. Once, in winter, seven braves camped there for the night. In the morning they saw the magnificent head and antlers of a deer caught in the ice. Quickly the braves started across the ice-covered lake to secure the prize. Just as they commenced to chop the ice around the antlers, the mighty beast, still very much alive, broke free and smashing a passage before him, swam straight to shore and disappeared into the woods. All seven braves were drowned and the Indians believed that their spirits still haunt the lake. It is claimed that each winter when the lake is frozen over, a huge fissure always appears along the exact path, which the deer traveled to shore.