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‘Fake Spring’ allows for golf courses to open for a few days in February

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The sun has been shining for the past few days in Rochester and will continue to for the days to come. Along with the sunshine, our temperatures will continue their trend upward, almost giving us a little taste of spring. And what better way to enjoy this little taste of spring than getting outside and doing what you love to do?

For some, they love to play golf. Well, lucky for them, some golf courses around the Rochester region decided to open for the next few days:

Blue Heron Hills Golf, located in Macedon, will be open Wednesday through Saturday this week.

Eagle Vale Golf Course, located in Fairport, will be open this Thursday and Friday. Depending on the temperatures on Thursday morning, we could see a late start Thursday morning for golfers.

Braemar Country Club, located in Spencerport, will be open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. They let golfers come play this past Sunday, but with walking only. Their hope is to allow carts for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Terry Hills Golf Course, located in Batavia, plans on being open Thursday through Saturday of this week for walking only.

Shadow Lake Golf and Racquet Club, located in Penfield, plans on opening late Wednesday morning. There are no tee times, just first come, first serve.

The Links at Greystone, located in Walworth, has opened reservations for Thursday through Saturday.

Mill Creek Golf Course, located in Churchville, will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week.

Lastly, Ridgemont Country Club, located in Rochester, will be open for walking only, and temporary greens will be used.

Whether you get out on the golf course, take a walk or just relax, make sure to get outside and enjoy this weather while it lasts. After all, we are in February in Western New York, but a little taste of spring will give us a reason to go outside and enjoy our favorite outdoor activities.

​ ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The sun has been shining for the past few days in Rochester and will continue to for the days to come. Along with the sunshine, our temperatures will continue their trend upward, almost giving us a little taste of spring. And what better way to enjoy this little taste of spring than getting outside and doing what you love to do?

For some, they love to play golf. Well, lucky for them, some golf courses around the Rochester region decided to open for the next few days:

Blue Heron Hills Golf, located in Macedon, will be open Wednesday through Saturday this week.

Eagle Vale Golf Course, located in Fairport, will be open this Thursday and Friday. Depending on the temperatures on Thursday morning, we could see a late start Thursday morning for golfers.

Braemar Country Club, located in Spencerport, will be open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. They let golfers come play this past Sunday, but with walking only. Their hope is to allow carts for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Terry Hills Golf Course, located in Batavia, plans on being open Thursday through Saturday of this week for walking only.

Shadow Lake Golf and Racquet Club, located in Penfield, plans on opening late Wednesday morning. There are no tee times, just first come, first serve.

The Links at Greystone, located in Walworth, has opened reservations for Thursday through Saturday.

Mill Creek Golf Course, located in Churchville, will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week.

Lastly, Ridgemont Country Club, located in Rochester, will be open for walking only, and temporary greens will be used.

Whether you get out on the golf course, take a walk or just relax, make sure to get outside and enjoy this weather while it lasts. After all, we are in February in Western New York, but a little taste of spring will give us a reason to go outside and enjoy our favorite outdoor activities. Read More Weather ExtrasRochesterFirst  

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