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Hidden Greens North Golf Course Extends Season Due to Warm November Weather

Hidden Greens North Golf Course Extends Season Due to Warm November Weather

Hidden Greens North Golf Course in Solon Springs, Wisconsin has extended its season due to unseasonably warm November weather. The course usually closes around the Wisconsin deer opener, but with temperatures in the 50s and 60s F, Hidden Greens North was able to open for golfers looking to enjoy one last round before winter sets in.

“The weather in northern Wisconsin is beautiful, sunny and windless and we are enjoying our last day of golf,” said golfer Nick Patronas.

Hidden Greens North Golf Course Extends Season Due to Warm November Weather

The golf season started late this year due to a snowy spring, which means many golfers are anxious to take advantage of the extended season.

“Fall golf always makes up for some of the unpleasantness we experience,” said Patronus.

Staying open in late fall can present some challenges, such as the possibility of frost delays. On Wednesday morning, the course had to delay tee times by an hour and a half due to frosty greens.

“We had 27 degrees all night instead of 40, so we had a lot of tee times, and when the course is frosty, we really don’t want people standing on the greens because it ruins the greens,” said Ranger John Wentzlaff. Ranger John Wentzlaff said, “So, yeah, we ended up with an hour and a half delay. It was a little nerve-wracking getting everybody out, but we got everybody out. It’s full of smiles today and everyone loves it.

Despite the challenges, Hidden Greens North is excited to offer golfers one last chance to enjoy the outdoors before winter sets in. Weather permitting, the course will be open for the remainder of the week.

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