The Lloydminster Golf and Curling Centre has officially teed off for another season.
Friday morning had members of centre team, City Councillors and residents ready to golf were at the LGCC to kick off the beginning of golf season. Councillor Jonathan Torresan was there, hit the first drive and declared the club officially open.
Also there was PGA Canada Instructor and Manager of the LGCC Marty Wheaton, who says residents can see great benefits by coming out to the centre.
“It means a lot. It’s a great green space for people to enjoy the outdoors, it’s good to stay active and the summertime for Canadians is a great time of year.”
Wheaton added that there are several different ways to come out and play, no matter someone’s skill level or interest.
“Obviously membership is a good value for people who can commit to at least 20-25 rounds a year. We also have punch passes that never expire, and you get better value that way. We also have league play, men’s nights, ladies’ nights and junior league.”
Residents can play at the golf club Monday to Friday, from 11 to 2, and 5 to 10 P.M.