As weather warms up, golf courses open for season

James Wilson
Sports Editor


That word is once again heard in the distance in Plumas County. As springtime springs into action, golf courses across the county open or prepare to open soon.

Mount Huff Golf Course has been open off and on throughout the winter, and more courses opened just days ago. Graeagle Meadows and Lake Almanor Country Club both opened their courses for the season Monday morning.

All the rest of Plumas County’s courses are set to open in the next few weeks. Lake Almanor West will open next, this Friday at noon. Also, in the Almanor region, Bailey Creek plans to open April 18, if weather permits.

Plumas Pines Golf Resort will open April 17, and the course is offering an early season special between April 17 and May 22. All-day access to the course will cost only $60 during that time period.

On April 25, the remaining Eastern Plumas courses will open, including The Dragon at Nakoma, Grizzly Ranch, Whitehawk Ranch Golf Resort and the nine-hole course at Feather River Inn.

It is suggested to call ahead to schedule a tee time. See attached box for rundowns on Plumas County’s golf courses.

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