Duncan Golf Management announces grand opening of newest Fallon golf course

DUNCAN GOLF NEWS RELEASE

FALLON – Recently renovated Fallon Golf Course by locally owned Duncan Golf Management is ready to open its doors to the public with an official grand opening celebration on June 21.

The celebration will begin at 9 a.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony and shotgun tournament for all members followed by the serving of complimentary food and beverage from noon to 3 p.m. Beginning at 2 p.m. the public is invited to play in a “skins” competition with a $10 buy-in.

Located at 2655 Country Club Drive, the nine-hole course rests upon the Carson River surrounded by tall cottonwood and willow trees. Originally opened in 1958 as So-Par-O-Van Golf Course, Duncan Golf Management acquired the right to manage the property with the goal of restoring it to its former glory earlier this year. The news that an established company has taken over control of the course has brought excitement throughout the community.

“I am extremely pleased that the county was able to step up and continue the operation of the golf course. It is an integral part of the community not just from a sports opportunity, but for our tourism and development,” said Fallon Councilman Bob Erickson.

About Duncan Golf Management
Duncan Golf Management owns and operates two golf courses in Northern Nevada: Wolf Run Golf Club and Dayton Valley Golf Club. DGM added Tahoe City Golf Course in April 2012 as its third golf course where they proudly represent the Tahoe City Public Utility District. For more information on Duncan Golf Management, please call (775) 851-3301 or www.duncangolf.com.

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