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Keir White, general manager of the Belfast Highland Greens golf course, says the course will open Friday, April 14.
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BELFAST, P.E.I. - The nine-hole golf course in Belfast is ready to open for the season.
Keir White, golf pro at Belfast Highland Greens and general manager of Belfast Community Development Corporation, said the course will open on Friday morning.
“The course is in great shape. It wintered very well,’’ White said Thursday.
Green fees will be $25 for nine holes and $35 for 18 holes (walking). Power carts may be available upon request.