Gage Golf Club course damaged by vehicle
1st tee and 18th green rutted by someone joyriding and tearing up grass
Some holes on the Gage Golf and Curling Club golf course were damaged on the weekend by someone riding on the course in a vehicle.
The first tee and the 18th green and some fairways were among those rutted by the wheels of the vehicle.
"From the look of the tracks, I would say it's a pickup or an SUV," said facility supervisor Harold Wood.
Wood was unable to provide a financial estimate of the damage.
"Anything that tears up a green is serious," said facility supervisor Harold Wood.
Vehicles are banned from driving on the course, said Wood.
"We allow people to ski and snowshoe as long as they stay off greens and tees."
Empty beer were found on the ground in the area, indicating the possibility of alcohol being involved.
Military police have been notified because the golf course is part of Base Gagetown.