Birch Ridge Golf Course to host open house Saturday

  • By Zac Cowan
  • Thursday, April 19, 2018 11:20pm
  • Sports

The 2017 season brought about new challenges, new moments and something altogether a bit difficult to handle: RAIN!

I described last year and the “summer that didn’t” and the “winter that wouldn’t.” But that is a year in the past, and better weather is on the horizon.

While it might not be as early of a season as the last two years, we are seeing excellent breakup and we are almost ready to go for the 2018 season.

We have already decided that it was good enough for the driving range to be open, and that decision has already paid off. It was so great to see a driving range full of golfers, most of which I didn’t even recognize!

The rest of the golf course is almost there. The optimistic outlook has us opening Monday. Before that, we are hosting our pre-season open house Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

During the open house, we will have food, drinks and good company, as well as some great deals on last year’s products. We hope to see you there and we will continue to update as we know more.

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