An investigation is ongoing into another case of vandalism at the Golden Golf Club.

Vandals return to Golden Golf Club

Sometime last night a vandal trespassed onto hole number 2 at the Golden Golf Club and left significant damage on the fairway.

For the second consecutive season, vandals have torn up some of the turf at the Golden Golf Club.

The latest incident took place last night (Oct. 6) on the second hole, with the perpetrators leaving a set of tracks on the middle of the fairway about 100 yards from the green.

Assistant golf professional Brent Firminger says that the incident is very similar to the damage done in April, 2014, when someone drove their car onto the second green.

“The tracks and the measurements of the tires and the distance between tires is the same as what happened previously,” Firminger said.

Anyone with any information regarding this act of vandalism is asked to contact RCMP at 250-344-5251 or the Pro Shop at the Golden Golf Club at 250-344-2700.

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