Green Garden Golf Dome Hit by Weather

The giant golf dome at Green Garden Country Club collapsed again January 11 under the stress of the cold, windy, rainy weather punishing the suburban area. It was the second time in 13 years that the roof of the popular indoor golf center had given way due to extreme weather. The stadium is a favored winter recreation center for golfers who just can’t wait for mild weather and the greens. Frankfort Fire Deputy Chief Paul Kinsella said a combination of rain and heavy snow and wind direction caused the pressurized dome roof to sag. It was then punctured by a light pole inside the dome. No one was inside the dome when it collapsed, and no one was injured. -- Karen Haave, photo courtesy of Frankfort Fire District.
The giant golf dome at Green Garden Country Club collapsed again January 11 under the stress of the cold, windy, rainy weather punishing the suburban area. It was the second time in 13 years that the roof of the popular indoor golf center had given way due to extreme weather. The stadium is a favored winter recreation center for golfers who just can’t wait for mild weather and the greens. Frankfort Fire Deputy Chief Paul Kinsella said a combination of rain and heavy snow and wind direction caused the pressurized dome roof to sag. It was then punctured by a light pole inside the dome. No one was inside the dome when it collapsed, and no one was injured. -- Karen Haave, photo courtesy of Frankfort Fire District.

The giant golf dome at Green Garden Country Club collapsed again January 11 under the stress of the cold, windy, rainy weather punishing the suburban area. It was the second time in 13 years that the roof of the popular indoor golf center had given way due to extreme weather. The stadium is a favored winter recreation center for golfers who just can’t wait for mild weather and the greens. Frankfort Fire Deputy Chief Paul Kinsella said a combination of rain and heavy snow and wind direction caused the pressurized dome roof to sag. It was then punctured by a light pole inside the dome. No one was inside the dome when it collapsed, and no one was injured. — Karen Haave, photo courtesy of Frankfort Fire District.

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