COVID PANDEMIC COURSE RELATED CLOSINGS
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FGI is closing five golf courses, bringing the total in the Myrtle Beach area to 11
The largest golf course ownership and management company in the Myrtle Beach market is closing five more courses at the end of business Wednesday to mitigate the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Founders Group International, which operates 21 courses on the Grand Strand, is closing International World Tour Golf Links in Myrtle Beach, Burning Ridge Golf Club and Wild Wing Plantation in Conway, and Willbrook Plantation and River Club in Pawleys Island.
The company closed three courses on Monday: Aberdeen Country Club, Colonial Charters Golf Club and Founders Club at Pawleys Island, citing a decrease in demand caused by the COVID-19 virus and the resulting financial strain.
Steve Mays FGI President added that a closed course could reopen based on short-term demand just for a day or a few days, as well. “We’ll open those courses accordingly as long as we can do so in a sanitary and effective way to keep our employees safe as well as our customers safe,” Mays said.
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