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Golf course restaurant will open early for Frozen Fairways

Published 10:38am Thursday, February 28, 2013

Despite the white snow that still covers its greens, the Pebble Lake Golf Course will host the annual Frozen Fairway event on Saturday, March 2, at Tavern 59.

The night begins with a 6 p.m. social gathering and dinner at 7. A grand prize drawing will cap off the evening at 8. Prizes for the drawing include a 2013 season cart membership and two TaylorMade drivers.

“We are looking forward to having over 200 people for the event, getting together with our members and kicking off the spring season,” said Aaron Sletten, who helped organize the gathering.

Tickets for the event are $30 apiece and $50 for two. A free round of golf at the course is included with each ticket, along with a buy one round, get one round free deal at Perham, Balmoral, Bois De Sioux, The Meadows, Village Green, Minnewaska and Blueberry Pines golf courses.

The event serves as the last membership push for the course before the new season. It will also be the last chance for the public to purchase memberships at 2012 rates before the 2013 increases take effect for the new season.

Funds from the event will go towards the upkeep, operation and improvement of the course.

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