Rechristened B.C. golf course reopening after wildfire shutdown

April 13, 2018
The renamed Bonaparte Ridge Golf Course is reopening this season after wildfires forced its closure last year.
The renamed Bonaparte Ridge Golf Course is reopening this season after wildfires forced its closure last year.
A nine-hole golf course forced to shut down last year because of out-of-control wildfires in British Columbia is reopening for play this year under a new name. Bonaparte Ridge Golf Course is the new name of the former Semlin Valley Golf Course in Cashe Creek.

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