Which Cincinnati golf courses will open at the beginning of 2019?
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Golf Course and Golf Course Development Corporation announced the opening of their three golf courses at the end of 2019, the day after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that people have insurance or face a penalty.
The three courses, located in Hamilton, Cleveland Heights and East Liberty, will open March 18.
The first course, a six-hole golf course called The Pit, will offer $60 to $75 per day.
The second course, The Woods, will start at $45 to $55 per day, and the third, The Big Woods, begins at $60 per day to $65 per day for adults.
The courses are not on any of the city’s golf courses and are all located in different parts of Cincinnati.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the law, known as the Affordable Health Care Act, on Friday paved the way for new state and federal regulations that will make it easier for people to have insurance.
The Affordable Care Care Act requires that insurance companies provide coverage to people with pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, and also covers the cost of mental health services, maternity care and prescription drugs.
The new regulations are expected to take effect next year.
CGCD, which owns and operates the three golf course sites, said it is also working with the Ohio Department of Health to ensure that all the new requirements are met.