Golf course to open to public in August

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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Members of the public will no longer need a DOD ID sponsor to play at the Eglin golf course.

The golf course is scheduled to restore community play in August.

Restoring public play allows the 96th Test Wing to invest in the course’s infrastructure to meet golf industry standards and expand community engagement.

“We want to provide a modern community-based golf-course where our service members and the community can play golf and celebrate life events,” said Col. Tassika Davis, 96th Mission Support Group commander.

The 96th Force Support Squadron’s initial renovation plans include investment in a community-based clubhouse and driving range facilities.

The golf course will also be decreased from 36 to 27 holes. Public play greens fee rates will be consistent with area golf courses.

“Our goal is to enhance and broaden our customer base through creative programming with our community partners to promote family connectedness, recreation, fitness and quality of life,” said Nyron Alexander, 96th FSS community service flight chief.

For more information on the golf course and community play, call 882-2948 or visit