Spring Snow Keeps Golf Courses Shuttered
ST. CLOUD -- Mother Nature hasn't been kind to the golf courses in central Minnesota. The latest blast of snow last Thursday has delayed courses from opening.
Oak Hill Golf owner Roger Peterson says he's not overly concerned about what the weather is doing to his bottom line just yet. But, Peterson says he also doesn't know when he'll be able to open.
Peterson says the late spring has set them back by about two weeks, but he's hopeful warm weather next week would allow them to open soon.
Mike Stang is the Director of Golf at Territory Golf Club. He says they are just waiting for the snow to melt.
Stang says they're ready to open once the snow melts and he says if temperatures climb into the 50's it won't take long. Stang says much of the frost is out and the course is ready.