Pitch ‘n Putt golf course re-opens at Great Chief Park in Red Deer

The Pitch ‘n Putt golf course at Great Chief Park is open to the public.

“We lost a few of the original holes in the construction of Setters Place,” said recreation superintendent Barb McKee.

“The course has been redesigned and is back to nine holes for Red Deerians to enjoy.”

Use of the par-three course is by cash donation, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Access to the course is on foot, between the No. 1 baseball field and Setters Place field fences, just past the Great Chief Park Field House.

“We are pleased to be able to reopen the course and provide a great opportunity to enjoy time with the family this Mother’s Day weekend,” McKee said.

Free parking is available in the Great Chief Park main parking lot.



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