The Wedgewood golf course remains open and will operate on the green fee honor system for your friends and family members. Rates are posted at the East side proshop door. Please continue to use physical distancing as you play and practice good hygiene (leave flags in, do not touch others golf ball, do not rake bunkers, use hand sanitizer, etc). The proshop will be closed till the end of April as we follow national and local guidance.
We disappointingly are canceling the upcoming youth golf clinic for this season. Please spread the word with the youngsters. Also, the April 4th opening weekend tournament has been cancelled.
The greens are scheduled to be aerated Thursday, April 2nd.
Signs of spring are showing around the course. The spring beauties and wild violets are throughout the course. Redbuds, dogwoods and May apples are appearing in the woods. The crabapples on the course are very colorful.
Please take care of yourself and your family. Hope to see you soon at the course.
Wedgewood History Files July 18, 1968 — The open house at WWCC held Sunday afternoon was well attended and termed a success. Twenty-five guests and their families registered according to Mr and Mrs Orville Ward, caretakers. Many attended who did not register. Guests of club members using the facility must reside outside a 15-mile radius of the club. This is an FHA requirement points out the board. Playing at the State Theater The Sand Pebbles, Steve McQueen; How To Save A Marriage and Ruin Your Life, Dean Martin and The Fastest Guitar Alive, Roy Orbison. Adults 75 cents and children 35 cents.