WAYNESBORO, PA.-- Golfers could consume beer during tournaments at Waynesboro's municipal golf course if the borough council adopts new rules suggested by staff.
Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger asked the council to consider changing the golf course's rules by ordinance. As that change is being drafted, he asked the council to waive the beer rule on a case-by-case basis for upcoming tournaments.
Allowing beer could lead to a greater number of tournaments and more revenue, Hamberger said last week.
"One of the things we pushed (new golf course manager) Mike (Rouzer) to do is have more tournaments down there," he said at Wednesday's borough council meeting.
The borough's insurance carrier said players older than 21 could bring their own beer, but the course couldn't sell it, according to Hamberger.