Villages announces reopening of certain golf courses in wake of Hurricane Irma

Golf Management Solutions has announced which courses that will reopen for play beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The tee time request system has reopened.

Executive courses

Churchill Greens
Redfish Run
Tarpon Boil
Yankee Clipper
Southern Star
Walnut Grove
De La Vista
Chula Vista
Hawkes Bay

Championship courses
Palmer Legends – 27 holes
Cane Garden – 27 holes
Lopez Legacy – 18 holes (Torri Pines and Erinn Glenn nines)
Havana – 18 holes (Kenya and Hemingway nines)
Tierra Del Sol – 18 holes
Glenview Champions – 13 holes (Stirrup Cup and Tally Ho Nos. 1-3 and 9)
Mallory Hill – 18 holes (Amelia and Virginia nines)

“While we are able to open these courses Wednesday, many areas of the community still have very high water levels and the courses will be needed to continue to lower the basin levels. We will open them as soon as the water levels have returned to normal and the courses are both safe and playable,” said Todd Basso of GMS.

“Keep in mind, upon reopening, the courses will be safe and playable. However, in some cases they have sustained significant damage in some areas and are very wet from not only the storm, but the large amount of irrigation they have received in lowering the basins. Please be patient as we continue to work on returning our community’s golf courses to their normal conditioning,” he added.