Colonial Acres golf course first opened in 1964. The course was designed by James Michaels.
Colonial Acres Golf Course, has been a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary since 1998 under the leadership and guidance of Course Superintendent Pat Blum. It has been recognized by environmental groups for its water conservation, waste reduction and plant and wildlife management. In 2002, the course was presented with an Environmental Leaders in Golf Award by Golf Digest magazine for its innovative efforts to reduce the use of water, pesticides and the production of waste.
The Open Space Conservancy (OSC), the land acquisition affiliate of the Open Space Institute, purchased the course to prevent commercial development and now leases the national award winning and Audubon certified nine-hole course to the town for $1 per year. The Town of Bethlehem Parks and Recreation Department now operates the course
Colonial Acres Golf Course plays to a maximum 9-hole distance of 1,262 yards and a par of 27.
$10 (cart not included), played on Friday, June 2010 at 6pm
12$ seems like your free to stay all day
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