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Slowly but surely, Prince George golf courses are gearing up for 2021 season

Courses shifting into drive time!
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The first tee at the Prince George Golf and Curling Club. | Kyle Balzer, PrinceGeorgeMatters

Despite the mixed bag of weather Prince George has endured this week, golfers are set to tee it up this weekend with more courses set to open.

Pine Valley, an all-Par Three golf course, officially opened for the 2021 season over the Easter long weekend and tomorrow (April 10), the PG Golf and Curling Club will follow suit with its first groups of the year.

Saturday will also see Alder Hills, another all-Par Three club, open its doors for spring.

Aberdeen Glen is still prepping its track for spring, however, it's opening its driving range for the public tomorrow and inviting golfers to 'shake off the rust.'

It's unclear at this point when Aspen Grove shows no indication when it will open.

Environment Canada's forecast is calling for a mix of sun and cloud for Saturday, but open sunny skies on Sunday (April 11). 

You may want to dress warmly though as temperatures are expected to drop to as low as -10 C with the wind chill. The high may hover around 5 C both days respectively.

For more information about any and all Prince George golf courses, you're asked to visit their respective websites or available social media pages.