Manchester Country Club opens up public play

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MANCHESTER — For the first time, Manchester Country Club is offering community play. Golf is one of the few COVID-19 safe sports.

Locals are encouraged to come and play the course, which is normally reserved for members-only. Community play will be available starting Saturday and will conclude June 30. The public is allowed to play the course on Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays after 2 p.m. during this time period.

Green fees are $60 per person or $200 for a foursome, not including the golf cart. If players want to drive the course, the total cost for a foursome is $280.

Reservations can be made three days in advance by calling the Pro Shop at (802) 362-2233. Payment in advance will be required to play at MCC.

MCC will provide players with information regarding all protocols in place at the time of play. Safety is their top priority.

MCC is a private, member-owned club established in 1967 to provide access to golf for full time and summer residents of Manchester and surrounding

communities.

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