Rechristened B.C. golf course reopening after wildfire shutdown
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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