Clinton Heights Golf Course expands with driving range
TIFFIN — Having completed construction in the fall and opening in early May, Clinton Heights Golf Course is announcing that it has expanded with the addition of a new driving range and practice facility.
The facility has 5 acres of greens to shoot at, with two tee-boxes and targets at 75, 100, 125 and 150 yards and driving boxes for 150, 200 and 225 yards.
Co-owners Jeannine Curns and Chris Magers, who have owned the course since 2003, said they purchased about 22 acres for the facility in 2019 and completed the project in the fall of 2019. The course employs 20 people, and two additional employees were added for the expansion.
“This was just the perfect opportunity for us to grow, and the community has been very supportive,” Curns said.
“Many local schools and community organizations have events or school function at our course, and this just gives us another opportunity for people to see what we have here in Seneca County,” Magers said, adding that the range also provides a great opportunity for youth and senior citizens to experience the game of golf.
Magers and Curns added that the Clinton Township Board of Trustees have been great to work with through the approvals process.
“We think it’s a great addition to the township. We’re glad to have them expanding here and it’s great for the community,” said Dennis Moyer, Clinton Township trustee.
“I’m glad to see that Clinton Heights is growing and offering an exciting expansion of their services here in Seneca County,” said Seneca County Commissioner Shayne Thomas.
The new facility is to be open 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m. seven days a week, and memberships are being offered for the practice facility as well as daily rates. For more information, visit clintonheightsgolf.com, call (419) 447-8863 or search for Clinton Heights Golf Course on Facebook or Twitter.
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