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The Courses at Joint Base Andrews is comprised of three 18-hole golf courses, three practice putting greens, two private practice areas and a driving range on base. More than 100,000 rounds are played by approximately 150,000 people annually, generating revenue for the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. M. Dewberry) JBA reducing golf course to 45 holes
The Courses at Andrews is scheduled to reduce from 54 to 45 holes beginning November 2018.
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2018
Anthony Netto, Stand Up and Play Foundation founder, takes aim before striking a golf ball at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Oct. 6, 2017. The demonstration was part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, a time set aside in the U.S. to affirm and recognize the many contributions of American workers with disabilities. Golf demo tees-off awareness month
The Courses at Andrews and the Stand Up and Play Foundation worked together to host a golf demonstration for National Disability Employment Awareness Month on JBA, Oct. 6.   Anthony Netto, SUPF founder, created the foundation to help people with disabilities play golf. The event featured a Paramobile golf cart that was donated by the SUPF to the
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2017
A challenge coin from The Courses at Andrews rests on the golf course at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Nov. 17, 2016. The golf course sees approximately 70,000 rounds of golf a year, played by individuals ranging from 11th Wing Airmen to the U.S. president (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter) JBA Golf Course rich in history, smiles
The rising sun casts a glistening glow across the dew clinging to the grass on The Courses at Andrews as golfers arrive for their daily game.For many, these distinctive picturesque characteristics of golfing draw them back to the sport time and time again. Mike Thomas, The Courses at Andrews general manager, said that, at Joint Base Andrews, this
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2016
Staff Sgt. William Parks, 811th Security Forces Squadron protective services team leader, plays golf at The Courses on Joint Base Andrews, Md., July 23, 2016. More than 100,000 rounds are played by approximately 150,000 people annually, generating revenue for the installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua R. M. Dewberry) Par for The Courses
Located on Joint Base Andrews, home of Air Force One, sits The Courses, an 11th Force Support Squadron asset, comprised of three 18-hole golf courses, three practice putting greens, two private practice areas and a driving range. “We have a very relaxed country club atmosphere,” said Mike Thomas, The Courses general manager. “The Courses hosts over
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2016
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