This event was originally scheduled for May 1st but was canceled after the record setting flooding, and has now been rescheduled
Jeff Vaughn the PGA professional for both of the city’s golf courses wants to invite area golfers to come out and visit Mason Rudolph golf course this Saturday from 10:00 am – 3:00pm for a “Demo Day”.
Factory representatives from Taylor Made, Calloway, and Cleveland golf will be on hand with all the new golf equipment for 2010. “If you’re an avid golfer, you won’t want to miss this event”, said Vaughn. “Golfers will be able to try new golf clubs, and visit with representatives to discuss their game, and how to play their best golf”.
Residents of the City of Clarksville have another reason to be proud of their city, that is because the new clubhouse at the Mason Rudolph golf course is now officially open. “We’re really excited about the new clubhouse, and think our customers will like the many opportunities it provides”, said Vaughn. “It’s been open since late last fall, so we planned the big “demo day” as a way to introduce the new facility to golfers in the Clarksville/Ft Campbell area”.
Vaughn is understandably proud of the new facility, but the lighted practice area is what golfers seem to enjoy the most. “If you’re serious about your game, you can practice at Mason Rudolph day or night”. “We have a lighted driving range, short game area, and a challenging putting green” said Vaughn.
The city of Clarksville boasts two golf courses, Swan Lake golf course on Dunbar Cave road; and the Mason Rudolph golf course, a challenging nine hole course with a lighted full service practice facility, and a brand new clubhouse that features a full service pro shop. The Mason Rudolph golf course was named after legendary PGA golfer and Clarksville Resident Mason Rudolph.
Demo Day is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available, and open play will be available. The Mason Rudolph golf course is located at 1514 Golf Club lane, just off Madison Street in Clarksville, Tennessee.