Belle Park offering reduced rates on golf memberships to encourage Kingstonians to get active this summer - Belle Park offering reduced rates on golf memberships to encourage Kingstonians to get active this summer
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July 11, 2016 -
If you haven't played a round of golf at Belle Park Golf Course and Range yet this season, take advantage of summer's long daylight hours and the course's reduced rate half-season memberships to play a round of golf in the heart of Kingston. From July 15 to 31, selected memberships are on sale, offering residents an affordable way to get active.
"Belle Park is beautiful and the golf course is in great shape this year. Golfers are really enjoying the redesigned fourth and fifth holes, with both holes offering nice views of the Cataraqui River," says Adam McCluskey, manager, recreation facilities.
"Whether you choose to walk the nine holes or rent one of our carts, a round of golf at Belle Park is a great way to get active and enjoy summer in the city," adds McCluskey.
Single person half-season membership rates (excluding HST) are as follows:
- Adult Full, $429.65
- Adult Weekday, $361.14
- Senior Full, $331.76
- Senior Weekday, $263.90
- Full Driving range, $131.98
The City of Kingston's golf course, at 731 Montreal St., overlooks Kingston's Inner Harbour and offers a nine-hole course, driving range, putting green, golf carts and club rentals during the season.
The golf course is open from 7:30 a.m. to dusk daily. Visit the club house or call 613-546-4291, ext. 1890 to ask which membership might work best for you.
You can also purchase your half-season membership at Artillery Park Aquatic Complex and the INVISTA Centre.
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