Local golf courses are open

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With a few sporadic days of sunshine and warmer temperatures already this spring, area golf courses have seen a number of people hit the links.

Pine Knolls Country Club in Knoxville is not officially open, but when the weather has been good, golfers have played. The official opening dates and other information can be found at www.pineknollsgolfcourse.com.

Memberships for 2020 are still available, with payment plan options. For those who just want to come on to the course to play a found, it is $36 per person to play 18 holes with a cart, or $25 for nine holes with a cart. Regular hours, when open, are 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Pleasantville Golf and Country Club has, too, seen players take advantage of the sunshine. Currently, it has no set schedule due to unpredictable weather and COVID-19 restrictions. If you want to play a round, the cost is $25 per person for nine holes and a cart or $36 for 18 and a cart.

Senior rates are also available for those age 60 and older. If you fit that description, you can play nine holes with a cart for $15 if you do so Monday through Friday and tee off before noon. The cost increases to $25 for 18 holes. For more information, visit www.pleasantvillegcc.com.

Pella Golf and Country Club has memberships available. Residents of Pella must be members to be allowed to play on its course. For those who reside outside of the city, you can play 18 for $25 without a cart or $30 with one. There have been players enjoying the course already. For more information, visit www.pellagolfandcountryclub.com.

Bos Landen’s status is still up in the air. The Tribune reached out to the course, but no one answered.

Another option for golfers in fairly close proximity is the Monroe golf course. It opens at 10 a.m., depending upon the weather. Costs are $12 for nine holes and a cart or $18 for 18 holes and a cart.