Bird Homestead Golf Report: Fire update

  • By Kelsey Slough
  • Wednesday, May 28, 2014 11:53pm
  • Sports

The only thing on fire at Bird Homestead Golf Course are the very talented golfers. Bird Homestead Golf Course is completely safe from the blazing fire. There has been no damage to the course and we are open for those avid golfers to play. The firefighters have done an outstanding job, keeping the fire under control and making it possible for the golf course to remain open.

Bird Homestead has a weekly calendar that stays the same every week to accommodate all golfers:

Mondays: $1 a hole, all day.

Tuesdays: Men’s Night, starts at 6:30 p.m.

Wednesdays: Ladies Night, starts at 6:30 p.m.

Thursdays: Bring a friend for buy a round, get a round free.

We always love to see new golfers at the course. Don’t have your own clubs? No problem, we have some you can rent. Don’t want to walk a round of golf? That’s OK, that’s what golf carts are for, and we have those too!

Don’t forget to mark your agendas for a round of golf at Bird Homestead Golf Course, located at Mile 11.8 on Funny River Road.

Fun Fact Thursday: The chances of making two hole-in-ones in one round of golf is one in 67 million.

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