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Oak Knoll Golf Course to close for month of December

A golfer tees off at Oak Knoll Golf Course in April 2022. Bob Palermini photo/palermini.com
November 15, 2023

Repairs and maintenance planned  before reopening in January 

By Morgan Rothborne, Ashland.news

Ashland’s Oak Knoll Golf course will be closed all through December for a variety of maintenance needs, the city of Ashland has announced.

From Dec. 1 to 31, all nine greens, the clubhouse and the driving range will be closed with no public access, according to a release from city of Ashland Communications Officer Dorinda Cottle. 

Maintenance on the course will include repairs to the irrigation system, tree maintenance, repairs to the irrigation pump house and the driving range.

The new year will see some closures for maintenance as well. Throughout January the clubhouse, the course and the driving range will be closed every Tuesday for maintenance. 

Visit the Oak Knoll site for more information on the course. 

Email Ashland.news reporter Morgan Rothborne at morganr@ashland.news.

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