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April 10, 2001
Sure sign of spring -- City of Toronto golf courses open April 11
Toronto Parks and Recreation announced that four of its five municipally
operated golf courses will welcome golfers and open on Wednesday, April 11 at
10 a.m. They include Dentonia Park, Humber Valley, Scarlett Woods and Tam
O'Shanter golf courses. The fifth course, Don Valley, will open on Thursday,
April 12.

"We're pleased to welcome new and experienced golfers to our great facilities,"
said Andy Wickens, Manager, Business Services. "For all those people thinking
about learning to play golf this year, they can get an early start. Our regular
City golfers are happy, too -- they've been calling the courses, anxious to get
out and enjoy the facilities."

The City of Toronto operates five high calibre golf courses that appeal to all
ages and skill levels. The courses, conveniently located within city boundaries
and accessible by public transit, offer excellent facilities and exceptional
instruction by City golf pros.

Residents should call the following numbers to inquire about tee-off times,
fees, golf clinics and professional instruction:

Dentonia at the Victoria Park Subway Station, 416-392-2558

Humber Valley, Albion and Weston Roads, 416-392-2488

Scarlett Woods, Eglinton Avenue West and Jane Street, 416-392-2484

Tam O'Shanter, Birchmount Road & Sheppard Avenue East, 416-392-2547

Don Valley, Yonge Street and Highway 401, 416-392-2465

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