Echo Hills Golf Course hopes to open by early April


PIQUA — The City of Piqua is working to prepare Echo Hills Golf Course to be open for play as soon as possible.

Clean-up on the course is underway due to flooding on the course caused by the recent ice storm and extremely wet conditions on hole number five and a large fallen tree on hole number eleven.

Piqua City Engineering is assessing the drainage issue and has engaged with a contractor to make improvements to alleviate the flooding creating a week to two-week delay in opening the course.

The City Parks and Golf staff are working to remove the fallen tree and repair damage to the green. Staff will be performing ongoing improvements to the clubhouse.

“We know golfers are excited to get back out on the course to play golf. We need to make sure the course is safely playable before allowing play,” said Amy Welker, Director of Environmental & Recreation Services.

The City is hopeful to open tee times beginning April 4, 2022, or earlier if the course becomes playable. Golfers may purchase memberships at the Environmental & Recreation Services office in the Municipal Government Complex, 201 W. Water St., Piqua, OH on the second floor.

For information and questions, please contact this office at 937-778-2085 or via email at [email protected].

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