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Gulf Shores Golf Courses Reopen Today After Rain Impact From Tropical Storm Lee

Gulf Shores' beaches and golf courses greatly anticipate a sunny, cool and clear 10-day forecast, following Tropical Storm Lee's rain impact to the Gulf Coast this past Labor Day weekend.

The southern Alabama destination woke to sunshine today, and its nine golf courses ( have reopened today for play. With quick-draining sandy soil, courses are anticipated to enact a 90-degree or cart-path-only rule until mid-week. Clear days with unseasonably mild 80-degree weather dominate the week's forecast.

"Several golf courses were happy to refill their retention ponds following a spring rainfall deficit," said Duncan Millar, executive director of the Gulf Shores Golf Association. "As we enter into favorable fall weather and an attractive rate season, we look forward to a busy fall."

Stay-and-play rates start at $73 per person per night this fall for golf and accommodations in a Gulf-front condominium. Sample rates and a customized package builder can be found at


News Source: Gulf Shores

Posted October 26, 2012 || Viewed 3,999 times

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