March 8, 2024 - Foster, Shoaff and McMillen Park Golf Courses will open for the 2024 season next week. McMillen and Shoaff will open on Tuesday, March 12, at 10:00 a.m., followed by Foster Park Golf Course on Wednesday, March 13, at 10:00 a.m. After opening day, the first start time will be 10:00 a.m. at least until the end of the month. Cart conditions for each course and opening for the driving ranges at Shoaff and McMillen will be determined day-to-day. Please call to inquire.

Also due to the on-going construction of the Big Dig Sewer Project in Foster Park, the front nine will have a couple of temporary tees and greens starting in the 2024 golfing season and will last for an undetermined amount of time:

  • Hole number four will have a temporary green.
  • Two holes will play from shorter tees.
  • The par on the front nine will be 34, which will make par for the course 34-35/69.

Please note: Foster Park Golf Course will be presented and played as-is.

City golf courses begin operations at sunrise and close 30 minutes prior to sunset, weather permitting. When inclement weather occurs, courses may close for a short period, or for the day, depending on the severity of the weather. To check on course availability or to schedule tee times, call the golf course clubhouse where you plan to play.

Foster Park Golf Course


McMillen Park Golf Course and Driving Range


Shoaff Park Golf Course and Driving Range


Season Passes are on sale at the Main Parks Office (705 East State Blvd.). To schedule league reservations, an outing for a business or tournaments, contact Gary Whitacre, Manager of Golf Operations by phone at 260-427-6016 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Inclement Weather Procedure: Any program changes, facility closures or other weather-related adjustments will be posted to the FWPRD social media pages and website. Text alerts will be sent (to those that have opted-in to this service). If the Mayor declares an emergency, all Parks and Recreation facilities and programs will be closed or canceled.