Dennis Brown | June 2, 2020
The Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame, closed this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, will open Tuesday, June 2, to the general public and University community with new policies in place to ensure the health and safety of golfers and staff.
Site of the 2019 U.S. Senior Open, the Ben Crenshaw/Bill Coore-designed course closed when the University suspended in-person classes and shuttered all but essential services in mid-March as the virus spread across the nation and world. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s statewide orders two months ago allowed for golf courses to remain open.
The opening of Warren will feature a wide array of policies based upon advice from health experts and best practices within the golf industry.
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