All Systems Go As Sagebrush Prepares For Its Re-opening

Sagebrush Golf Club

Its new website is up and running and Sagebrush Golf Club has begun taking reservation requests as the Merritt-area course prepares to re-open in mid-July following a seven-year hibernation. 

Rather than tee times, Sagebrush will be offering what it is calling ‘Day Adventures.’ For $275, visitors can play as much golf as they like. They’ll also get on-course refreshments and lunch at the club’s Hideout retreat located between the 12th and 13th holes, where they can even do a little fly-fishing.

“What we are selling is a different product so to speak,” said general manager Mark Strong. “It’s not a tee time per se, it’s a day pass more than anything.” Strong has had to explain that model to some prospective customers who have called the club. Generally, the response has been positive. 

British Columbia Golf’s Brad Ziemer writes.

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