Countys Premier Public Golf Course Will Showcase More Than $1.5 Million in Improvements
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. (May 7, 2010)—Duffers from around the region and the community at large are invited for a good time and a great golfing experience at the grand opening of Chesapeake Hills Golf Course Saturday, May 15, from 1 to 5 p.m.
The event will feature live entertainment, free hot dogs and refreshments and a free golf clinic with professionals on hand to help players improve their game. The day will also include a $23 special for 18 holes of golf.
The grand opening marks the start of a new golfing season now that the course is owned by Calvert County and is run by the county Division of Parks and Recreation. Since the purchase of the course in November 2008, county staff has implemented a far-reaching plan for course upgrades that include improvements to the grounds and the clubhouse.
A refurbished irrigation system ensures lush turf for the season, new paint brightens the clubhouse exterior and an expansive new stone paver outdoor patio provides stylish space for events. Over the next few years a more thorough clubhouse renovation is planned. Improvements to the grill room, pro shop and banquet room will help make Chesapeake Hills a top-notch golf destination and a welcoming site for a variety of special events.
During our grand opening, we hope to show the community how far Chesapeake Hills has come as the countys premier public golf course, said Chesapeake Hills General Manager Tim Hepler. This event will showcase the many renovations the county has undertaken. We believe those new to the course will find great golfing and exciting new program offerings while our loyal players will be proud of their home course.
Chesapeake Hills Golf Course is located at 11352 H.G. Trueman Road in Lusby. For more information, visit online at www.chesapeakehills.com or call 410-326-4653.