Golfers get back into the swing of things

Nick Puckett
npuckett@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 4/21/20

South Suburban Park and Recreation District reopened local golf courses April 18. Social distancing guidelines prohibit patrons from renting golf carts, but to those walking the links the first …

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Golfers get back into the swing of things

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South Suburban Park and Recreation District reopened local golf courses April 18.

Social distancing guidelines prohibit patrons from renting golf carts, but to those walking the links the first official weekend, they didn't seem to mind walking in sunny 60-degree weather.

Courses in Centennial, Lone Tree and Littleton all reopened under certain guidelines.

South Suburban closed its recreation centers and parks last month in a statewide effort to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

“It definitely feels like a weight's been lifted. It feels like a release,” said Michael Bechler, who spent time playing at South Suburban Golf Course in Centennial April 18.

Bechler said they've been eager to get back to their normal lives.

“This is a little slice of normality.”

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