GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Right now, Greencastle Greens Golf Club has a “bring your own” policy for golf tournaments and golf leagues.
But Greencastle Greens wants to reduce its liability by securing a liquor license. The hitch is the golf course is in Antrim Township – which is a dry township.
During Tuesday’s Antrim Township meeting, Susan Stepnick, sales and marketing manager for the Greencastle-area facility off Williamson Road, told the five supervisors that permitting golfers to bring liquor opens up the course to liability.
“It (having a liquor license) is an opportunity to provide some control, since we obviously have the liability,” Stepnick said. “We’d like to have the education about what would be required to provide the control through a liquor license without losing all the entertainment value.”