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Unseasonably Warm Temps Allow Golf Courses to Open Early

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UNDATED — With temperatures climbing well into the 60′s, golf courses are opening weeks ahead of schedule.

Most courses are opening either tomorrow or Saturday. However, there are some places opening their driving ranges and courses today including Boulder Ridge and Anguishire.

Some courses opening for play tomorrow include Territory, Pine Ridge in Sartell and Kimball Golf Course.

Opening on Saturday are Koronis Hills in Paynesville and Meadowlark in Melrose.

The St. Cloud V-A Golf Course will open as soon as conditions permit.

Blackberry Ridge and Greystone Golf Course will tentatively open Friday, March 23rd.

If you know of another course that’s opening for play, leave a comment below or on our Facebook page.

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