Redwoods Golf Course in Walnut Grove is now allowing dogs to accompany owners during a round of golf. Supplied photo

Redwoods welcomes dogs onto the golf course

Well-behaved dogs can now accompany owners on the Walnut Grove course during a round of golf

Redwoods Golf Course is opening its facility to a new kind of patron.

For the first time this summer, the Walnut Grove business is allowing well-behaved dogs to accompany owners on the course during a round of golf, or finish off the day on the restaurant’s outdoor patio overlooking the 18th green.

“We’ve noticed that there is a trend of people choosing to take part in dog-friendly activities, whether it’s a brewery that allows dogs or a beach that is dog friendly, people are choosing to participate in activities they can do with their dog,” said managing director Doug Hawley, in a press release.

“We wanted to give people a new hobby to share with their best friend.”

Dogs are welcome any day except during a tournament. Dogs are not allowed in the bunkers or on the greens, and owners must be in control of their dog at all times such as having the dog on a leash or in the golf cart.

For more information, visit www.redwoods-golf.com.

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