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Peninsula residents tee off!

Peninsula residents tee off!


Mornington Peninsula Shire’s golf course at Mount Martha re-opened to its members and the public on Wednesday 13 May as stage three Coronavirus restrictions were eased.
During the closure, staff at the golf course were kept busy making improvements to the course including installing additional drainage and renovations to the greens.
Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor Councillor Sam Hearn said, “We are excited to reopen to the community and showcase the improvements to the golf course”.
The Mount Martha Public Golf Course has 18 holes that suit golfers of all levels, from the beginner to the pro and everyone in between.
Briars Ward Councillor Rosie Clark said, “To ensure every golfer can enjoy a safe return, we are urging everyone to adhere to the physical distancing guidelines and continue to practise good hygiene”.
Briars Ward Councillor Bev Colomb added “I know many people are keen to return to the golf course, but if you are feeling unwell, it is important you stay home until you are feeling better”.
For further information please visit mtmarthapublicgc.com.au or call 5974 2266 to make a booking.

Photo: L-R – Peter Solis, Golf Operations Coordinator; Mayor Cr Sam Hearn; Cr Bev Colomb; Cr Rosie Clark and; Miranda Markovic, Sport & Recreation Operations Leader. 



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