as informed in Duffers can putter around Grant Golf Course in South Milwaukee, Lincoln Golf Course in Glendale and Moor Downs Golf Course in Waukesha throughout the weekend and likely into next week, as long as the weather holds up.
Three county golf courses in Milwaukee and Waukesha will be open for business Friday, as temperatures are expected to approach record highs over the weekend.
Joe Mrozinski, assistant chief of business development for Milwaukee County Parks, said Grant and Lincoln golf courses will stay open “as long as Mother Nature allows.”
Grant and Lincoln golf courses were chosen because they have more sand in the soil compared to other Milwaukee County tracks, better facilitating drainage, Mrozinski said.
The trio of courses are all on the shorter side, with Grant Golf Course topping out at 5,200 yards, Moor Downs Golf Course checking in at about 2,700 yards for nine holes, and Lincoln measuring 2,600 yards for nine holes.
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Warm weather allows local golf courses to open for the weekend
Lincoln Park Golf Course in Glendale and Grant Park Golf Course in South Milwaukee both opened with the first tee-time at 9 a.m.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – A pair of Milwaukee County golf courses opened Friday due to the warm weather.
You can make reservations to play all weekend long, and the courses will remain open as long as the warmer weather continues.
Parks workers say it’s warm enough to play, and they are expecting a decent turnout.
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as informed in In addition, the River Ridge Golf Course in Garretson and The Bluffs Golf Course in Vermillion will open Thursday for walkers only.
Three more golf courses in the region will open this weekend due to the recent warm weather.
On Wednesday, the Prairie Green Golf Course in Sioux Falls announced it would open Friday for walkers only.
Jason Sudenga, director of golf at GreatLIFE Golf & Fitness Club, said the course at Bakker Crossing will open Friday for walkers only with tee times starting at 10 a.m.
Sudenga said Will Run will be closed, and that they will be evaluating the course daily in hopes of opening soon.