Area golf courses announce opening dates
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE/TRUCKEE – Despite recent snowstorms, it is spring, and that means many locals and tourists are gearing for golf season.
Below is a list of area golf courses and their tentative opening dates for the 2010 season. All dates are subject to change. Please check with individual courses for updated information.
Bijou Municipal Golf Course (South Lake Tahoe): To open Thursday, May 6.
Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course (Stateline): Opens Thursday, May 6 following back-to-back Locals’ Days on May 4 and 5.
Lake Tahoe Golf Course (Meyers): Scheduled to open Saturday, May 1. Driving range is open.
Tahoe Paradise Golf Course (Meyers): Will open as soon as possible; exact date remains unknown.
NORTH SHORE/REGION COURSES
Coyote Moon (Truckee): Opens Friday, May 21
Graeagle Meadows (Graeagle, Calif.): Now open, preseason rates apply until May 7.
Incline Village Mountain Course (Incline Village): Tentatively opens Friday, May 21
Incline Village Championship Course (Incline Village): Tentatively opens Saturday, May 15
Old Brockway Golf Course (Kings Beach): Now open
Old Greenwood Golf Course (Truckee): Opens Friday, May 14
Northstar-at-Tahoe (Truckee): Opens Friday, May 21
The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing (Truckee): Tentatively opens Friday, May 14
Plumas Pines Golf Course (Graeagle, Calif.): Now open
Resort at Squaw Creek (Olympic Valley): Projected to open Memorial Day Weekend for nine holes
Tahoe City Golf Course (Tahoe City): Opens Saturday, May 15
Tahoe Donner Golf Course (Truckee): Opens Friday, May 28
Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club (Clio, Calif.): Now open
– Information compiled from course
spokespeople by Matt Welch
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