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Old Drovers Run Announces 2021 Programs

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Spring has come early in southern Manitoba, and although the weather at this time of year can change at a moment’s notice, many golf courses are looking forward to welcoming players. In Niverville, Old Drovers Run is starting to gear up for their spring opening/

Old Drovers Run doesn’t yet have an official opening date, noting that the forecast could still slow things down over the next week.

The course hosted an open house on Saturday, March 20 at the St. Vital Golf Centre in Winnipeg.

However, the pro shop will be open beginning on Wednesday, March 24 at 2:00 p.m. Season passholders can drop by to pick up their passholder cards, and players, both old and new, can register for the course’s upcoming courses.

Men’s League

The men’s league will begin play in the second week of May. It’s a two-player team format, with play on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, tee times between 5:00–7:00 p.m. All players must register individually. Preferred night and tee times will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.

The entry fee for men’s league is $450 and includes nine holes with the power cart. There will be ten weeks of league play, with the top 32 teams qualifying for the playoffs.

Players without teammates are encouraged to contact Brad Poleschuk, the course’s golf pro (see contact info below).

Ladies Night

Throughout the 2021 season, the course will host a ladies night on Monday evenings. Individuals and groups are welcome to register. Play will begin Monday, May 31, and tee times will start at 5:30 p.m.

As with men’s league, the entry fee will include ten weeks of play and the use of a power cart. Players have the option of registering to play all ten weeks of the season, or paying $25 per night.

Each evening of women’s play will feature different games, weekly fun prizes, and drinks specials.

Senior Mornings

New this year at Old Drovers Run is their Senior Morning program. Entry is open to men and women. Play will take place on Monday mornings beginning at 10:00 a.m., with individuals and groups welcome.

The entry fee of $25 per game will include nine holes and a power cart, with play kicking off on Monday, May 31 at 10:00 a.m.

For more information

To learn more about this year’s programs, or register, contact Brad Poleschuk at brad@golfmentor.ca.

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