Number of golfers rising during pandemic as more kids, families taking an interest
Ortiz was one of the first golfers out on the tees Wednesday at Alamo City Golf Trail, but he was far from the only one. We’ve seen more golf this past year than we’ve seen ever at any other time, inside the Alamo City Golf Trail. We were up about 30 percent in rounds and in revenue,” Andrew Peterson, President and CEO of Alamo City Golf Trail said. AdThe increase in people and revenue will help local projects with Alamo City Golf Trail in the future. Alamo City Golf Trail is a nonprofit 501c3 and revenues go back into making the facilities better and nicer.
All 8 municipal golf courses in San Antonio set to reopen
SAN ANTONIO – Municipal golf courses in San Antonio and Bexar County have been given permission to reopen after they were closed on April 3 to limit the spread of COVID-19. Alamo City Golf Trail posted on its Facebook page Monday that all eight of its golf facilities will reopen Tuesday for walking golfers only. The City of San Antonio confirmed the news to KSAT on Monday. RELATED: Private golf courses reopen in San Antonio; Here’s what to know before hitting linksThe ACGT posted several policy changes that include the temporary closures of clubhouses and clubhouse bathrooms. This follows the city and county’s amendment of its “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders which reopened San Antonio area private courses in on Thursday.