People looking to keep their golf swing in tact during the winter months now have a new option.

Forever Golf is up and running out of the Drop-In Centre in Boissevain. It’s a golf simulator that is available for area golfers to enjoy.Dawson Hole with interested golfersDawson Hole with interested golfers

Dawson Hole works at the Boissevain Golf course during the summer and is a student at Brandon University through the winter months. He thought it would be a great idea to be able to keep golfing without having to fly away to somewhere hot.

The golf simulator was on display Saturday and Hole was pleased with response. “It’s going pretty well. I’ve had a few people come through and sold some memberships and people tried out the simulator and I think they really enjoyed it.”

People can golf as much as they want all winter long. Hole says they can pay per round or take out a membership which is the cheaper way to go if you plan to do a lot of golfing.

“The Drop-In Centre will be open 8:00am to 8:00pm every day and golfers can come at anytime during those hours. There is a sign up sheet if people wish to book a tee time otherwise it will be on a first come first served basis.”

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