MINOT, N.D. - With the ground finally drying off, the Souris Valley Golf Course has opened the driving range.
"The driving range is dried up. It dries up faster than the rest of the golf course. The snow went really fast. We are trying to get open as soon as we can with the golf course because we know people want to get outside it's been a long winter,” said Steve Kottsick, the Souris Valley Golf Course manager.
The driving range will open around noon while there is still morning frost. It is six dollars for a big bucket and five for a small. No reservations are required, just stop on by.