The Midwest golf season is finally open for business
All the signs point toward the wonderful news that the Midwest golf season is finally open for business.
My inbox has been flooded with notifications from courses around the region, begging players to come for the cheap spring rates.
The sun has been staying up longer in the sky, and there have been glimpses of warm days.
And of course, driving by courses, I’m finally seeing a few brave souls in carts along the fairways. They’re bundled up in multiple layers, but at least they’re out there. There’s always a worry that a late snowstorm around Easter will derail the start of the season even further, but I think we’ve hurdled that obstacle.
Last season was nothing short of amazing around the Midwest, especially Michigan. The season kicked off with warm temperatures in March, providing a major jump-start to the bottom line for course owners and operators.
We’re a month later this year, but that’s OK. Better late than never. We’ve got six months … or longer … to make up for the mild delay.
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