Dwan Golf Course aerial view.
Dwan Golf Course season a success
It’s been a good year for Dwan Golf Course. Even with COVID-19 restrictions and a three-week delay in opening compared to 2019, Dwan has remained a popular destination for golf in Minnesota. In its 50th anniversary year, the course is on track to surpass 40,000 rounds for the first time since 2016.
Visitors to Dwan, 3301 West 110th Street, benefit from customer-friendly offerings, including online booking and payment, cart-cleaning measures and other safety amenities. A virtually contactless experience allows golfers to confidently play with less worry about contracting the virus.
“The pandemic posed an unprecedented challenge for the golf industry,” said General Manager, Peter Kurvers. “We worked very hard to deliver a safe golf experience, and we’re grateful to all of our patrons and guests for supporting us throughout the season.”
The clubhouse opened on July 2, which allowed for more traditional forms of tee time booking and payment via phone and in-person—all while maintaining robust COVID precautions. At that time, food service expanded to include limited indoor seating.