The March 2020 rounds played report did not cover metro regions because of “statistical instability”. But by state, Ohio’s rounds played were up…
Ohio’s extended shut-down order recently banned sports leagues and tournaments. That should change for golf on May 1.
More than 50 trees were broken or uprooted and power lines were pulled down from thunderstorms at Turkeyfoot Lake Golf Links in Akron on Tuesday night.
The latest update to the Ohio stay-at-home order changes the game for Saturday at Turkeyfoot, and the rest of April’s tournaments too.
Real-world observation suggests the pool noodle is superior to the upside-down cup under golf’s COVID-19 rules.
The Quarry 2M Scramble this Saturday in Canton will ensure all health guidelines are followed. See what that means.
On Saturday evening, the Ohio Department of Health reversed its Thursday decision, allowing golf courses to remain open as recreation areas during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Some well-spaced 50+ degree weather days in February 2020 led to a 299.0% increase in rounds played across Greater Cleveland.