Golfing Is Enjoyed By Many in Utah With The Good Weather

S. F. Mori

Spring and Summer weather make golfing in Utah a regular activity
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Although Utah does normally have snow in the Winter months, some golf courses open when there is no snow on the golf course. It may be cold, but golfers get out in almost all kinds of weather to hit that little ball into a round cup.

Since Utah had an unusually harsh winter with lots of snow this year, many golfers went to St. George, Utah, or other warm climates to golf.

Now that the warm weather has returned to the Salt Lake Valley and other parts of Utah, golfers are out in record numbers as many enjoy their favorite form of recreation and exercise.
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Some of the golfers may have spent a lot of time during the Winter watching golf tournaments on television each week, and they are happy to be able to get out on the golf courses themselves on a regular basis once again.

Golfing is a very popular sport for people of all ages. Men, women, teenagers, and young children enjoy it. Utah has many fine public and private courses to enjoy throughout the state.
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It may be normal to see a lone deer or even a whole herd of deer on the golf course as they enjoy roaming to eat the green grass. There could be other wildlife as well such as ducks and geese or an occasional coyote or fox.

Golf is back in full force in Utah, and thousands of people are enjoying the fresh air and sunshine as well as the sport.

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I am a retired President/CEO of civil rights organizations. I have been a Mayor and California State Assemblyman as well as a College Instructor of Economics. I have also been an entrepreneur and international business consultant. I will be sharing articles mostly about life, politics, racism, travel, health, and relationships.

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