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More city golf courses slated to open

John Blumberg golf course opened today.

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John Blumberg golf course opened today.

Windsor Park Golf Course is set to open Sunday for the 2014 season.

While the John Blumberg and Harbour View courses opened today, Kildonan Park welcomes golfers Friday and Windsor Park opens for business Sunday.

Reservations for the city-run courses can be made by:

using the three-day advance reservation system (beginning at 7 a.m.) at winnipeg.ca/golf calling 311 (open 24 hours every day) calling the clubhouses directly.

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Windsor Park Golf Course is set to open Sunday for the 2014 season.

While the John Blumberg and Harbour View courses opened today, Kildonan Park welcomes golfers Friday and Windsor Park opens for business Sunday.

Reservations for the city-run courses can be made by:

  • using the three-day advance reservation system (beginning at 7 a.m.) at winnipeg.ca/golf
  • calling 311 (open 24 hours every day)
  • calling the clubhouses directly.

The earliest tee times will vary each day according to overnight temperatures. To avoid frost damage on the course, daily play will not be permitted until conditions are favourable.

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