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Municipal golf courses set to open next week

The surest signs of spring are rainy days, daffodils poking up from the ground, and golfers getting ready to hit the links. Those who live and work in Birmingham can get an early start, as the city of Birmingham's municipal golf courses are prepping for opening, with Lincoln Hills Golf Course is scheduled to open on Monday, April 1 and Springdale Golf Course Saturday, April 4, weather permitting.

Both of Birmingham's municipal golf courses are rated as two of the top nine-hole golf courses in Oakland County, as they offer courses that are picturesque as well as challenging and fun for golfers of all ages.

Lincoln Hills will kick off the season with two events. The Welcome Back Members golf event will take place Sunday, April 21, with a 5 p.m. shotgun start, and concludes with an awards dinner. The Cinco de Mayo Golf Classic is Sunday, May 5, with a 6 p.m. shotgun start and also concludes with an awards dinner. For details and to register, contact Lincoln Hills at 248.530.1670.

As in previous seasons, Lincoln Hills Golf Course will continue to offer its Junior Golf program this summer, from June 10-August 2. Golfers ages six to 16 can learn the fundamentals of golf and improve their skills through a variety of instruction options. Online registration begins Saturday, May 4. Residents and members may register starting at 9 a.m. and will receive special pricing until 11:30 a.m. Registration will remain open online until classes are filled. Detailed information regarding the program is available at

Adaptive golf carts are available at both courses.

Upon opening, reservations may be made online or by calling Lincoln Hills at 248.530.1670 or Springdale at 248.530.1660. Learn more at


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