Winston Lake Golf Course gets makeover

Winston Lake  Golf Course gets makeover
March 02
05:00 2017


The City of Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks Department, Winston Lake Golf Course and Thunderbirds Food & Beverage announced a new enhancement as part of the concession sponsorship between the city and Thunderbirds’ Food & Beverage.

The concession area at Winston Lake Golf Course will be rebranded with new colors and name and will be known as Mulligan’s Bar & Grill.

“We promised to rebrand the concession area and we are looking forward to several changes before the ‘official’ start of golf season at Winston Lake Golf Course,” said Thunderbirds President Scott Brand.  “We are working to upgrade the furniture, add additional TV’s and revamp the food menu to include daily features and adult spirits. Our goal is simple: Give golfers and their guests a place to add up their scores, relive the great shots and make excuses about why they missed the three-foot putt on number 10!  Concession operator veteran Christy Tate is preparing a general makeover of our food offerings and we are looking to a soft opening March 10.”

Mulligan’s Bar & Grill at Winston Lake will also be developing a catering menu for all golf outings and other events.  Its goal is to enhance the golf outings for groups and individuals, and to customers who just want to stop by grab a sandwich and a cold beverage or a glass of wine and relax.

Mulligan’s plans on being open weekends Friday through Sunday from 8 a.m. until sundown and after Memorial Day Weekend every day the course is open until at least Labor Day. The schedule will be adjusted per the course schedule, events and the weather.

The 18-hole Winston Lake Golf Course is a public golf course that opened in 1957. Designed by Ellis Maples, Winston Lake Golf Course measures 6,213 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 118 and a 69 USGA rating. The course features three sets of tees for different skill levels. The course features a clubhouse, pro shop, locker rooms and just underwent major green replacements.

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