Cannabis Smoking at Golf Courses!
Cannabis Smoking at Golf Courses! – Ontario Golf Course to Become First Cannabis-Friendly Facility
A golf course, located in Smith Falls, Ontario, is set to become Canada’s first cannabis-friendly golfing facility. Lombard Glen Golf & Country Club will be adopting a new name come April – Rolling Greens. The name change comes with the new owner’s plans to open Canada’s first cannabis-friendly golf course.
Gordon Weiske and his partners purchased the 160-acre facility from longtime owners Dave and Jean Sherman. Gordon Weiske’s company has invested in several cannabis-themed tourism businesses, including a Toronto Coffee shop.
Since legalization, most golf courses in Canada have restricted cannabis use on their golf courses and at their club houses. Weiske plans to capitalize on the lack of cannabis-friendly golf facilities. He even has future plans to add more activities to the destination, such as a themed resort. One downside of the facility will be that anyone under the age of 19 will be restricted from playing at the facility. However, Weiske hopes that the laws change in the future to allow juniors to return to the course, saying that he sees it no differently than the current rules around alcohol.
The new owners will take over the course on April 1, with little experience running a golf course. They have struck an agreement with the Shermans, who will still oversee day-to-day operation of the course.
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