With its new point-of-sale system now in place, the Niagara County Golf Course pro shop opened this week – and will begin selling season passes, according to Golf Director RP Stringfellow.
“We have been making much-needed improvements to the county course, many of which are visible to our patrons, and some which are not, like our back office systems,” Stringfellow said.
With the pro shop now open, Niagara County residents can begin purchasing their season passes. Stringfellow said all passes will be discounted $20 through the end of April.
“We know are regular golfers have been waiting to get their passes, and we appreciate their patience while we completed the point-of-sale upgrade,” Stringfellow said. “Now, with the discount we are offering, I expect we will be quite busy over the next few weeks. “
Stringfellow said the county is currently open for golf, but no carts are allowed. Course conditions are updated daily. Golfers can call 716-439-7954 for updates and to book a tee time.