Saskatchewan golf course does its part to help town’s Communities in Bloom chances
Nine-hole course in Moosomin kept tidy and attractive by staff and members
June 27, 2023 By Turf & Rec
As the Town of Moosomin, Sask. gears up for its participation in the Communities in Bloom competition, the local Pipestone Hills Golf Course is doing its part.
Communities in Bloom, which fosters community involvement and municipal beautification, has the golf course on board as well. Members are known to pick up garbage on the course while playing, and staff are taking pride in their work by paying close attention to detail.
The golf course is determined to demonstrate to Communities in Bloom judges how its acquisition of water from Moosomin Lake keeps the property looking lush. The water taken from the lake goes into the ground and creek, recycling itself, the club reports.
The nine-hole course falls just short of 3,000 yards in length.
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