NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — Washtenaw Golf Club, one of the oldest courses in Michigan, typically only has to worry about the weather in March. Now there is a far more serious issue to contemplate: the new coronavirus. "This is the one thing we didn't think of," said Dave Kendall, a PGA professional and operating partner at Washtenaw, which dates to 1899. "You know, as far as making plans. But we'll fight through it together." Even as the pandemic has shuttered restaurants, bars and beaches, many golf courses around the country have managed to stay open with all sorts of precautions in place to promote social distancing, from sanitizing carts to removing rakes from bunkers. The hope is that golf can provide a safe outlet for the stir crazy, some fresh air
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