Last tee time for a while
A golfer tees off at Great Neck Country Club in Waterford on Sunday, March 22, 2020. For most golf courses across the region Sunday was their last day in business as Governor Lamont's executive order directed all nonessential businesses and not-for-profit entities in the state to prohibit all in-person functions if they are able to, effective 8 p.m. Monday
"We're still waiting on the exact rules but today is kind of a last day," said Kevin Shea, golf pro at the course. He said the course seemed more popular than normal for an early spring day with temperatures in the low 40's. "I think people are really trying to get outside right now," Shea said. The club opened for weekends only earlier this month. (Sarah Gordon / The Day)
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