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Birmingham's golf courses open for season

Governor Whitmer's Executive Order 2020-59 permits the community to engage in outdoor recreational activity, including golf, and the city of Birmingham's municipal golf courses have opened for daily use from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Lincoln Hills Golf Course and Springdale Golf Course are open with requirements in place to support public health and safety initiatives by adhering to social distancing. Both golf courses are operating with a “park and play” model created by the National Golf Course Owners Association. The recommendation is to drive to the course, park the car, get around the course by walking only, and then returning to the car. Rules in effect at the golf courses include that clubhouses are closed, tee times are required and golfers must maintain a six foot distance from each other at all times. Tee times can be made by calling Lincoln Hills at (248) 530-1670, Springdale at (248) 530-1660, or online at Form of payment is credit and debit cards and will be collected over the phone and online at

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