Q: Why did you change the course's name from The Greens at Brock?
A: The Greens at Brock was purchased from the Windjack family by Andrew and Jennifer Julie in February 2015. We have rebranded as Brock Golf Course to signify the change in ownership, but we kept the Brock name in order to maintain the course's heritage. The 2015 season was the first time in 52 years that the course will not be run by a member of the Windjack family. We are proud and excited to carry on the tradition they established.
Q: I have a 10 or 12-pack of rounds or range buckets from The Greens at Brock. Can I use it?
A: The new owners of Brock Golf Course honoured multi-pack passes from The Greens at Brock during the 2015 season, as long as they were not expired and they were used by OCTOBER 31, 2015. After this date, they can no longer be accepted.
Q: What about old raincheques, gift certificates, passes, tokens, etc. that I purchased or received from The Greens at Brock?
A: As a goodwill gesture, Brock Golf Course's new owners honoured passes within the 2015 season that were issued by The Greens at Brock or Brock Golfland, as long as they had not passed their expiry date. We are not able to accept these passes after OCTOBER 31, 2015. We are unable to accept coupons issued by third parties under The Greens at Brock name.