PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Sept. 12, 2018 – The Calvert County Department of Parks & Recreation will reopen Chesapeake Hills Golf Course’s front nine holes for play Monday, Sept. 17. Staff closed off the holes in July to plant and nurture new Bermuda grass. Until further notice, carts are limited to the cart path on holes six through nine.
“The sprigging project has been completed and the grass is growing in nicely,” said Chesapeake Hills Golf Course Manager Michael Maher. “Although it hasn’t reached its full potential yet, we are able to open the front nine for play. We think our customers will be very impressed with the improvements.”
Located in scenic Lusby and just minutes from historic Solomons Island, the Chesapeake Hills Golf Course offers an enjoyable and challenging experience for all golfers. Visit online to learn more about Chesapeake Hills Golf Course, Calvert County’s premier public golf course, at www.ChesapeakeHills.com.
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