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Frosted greens

Frost-covered green at Franklin Park golf course

For the second morning in a row, Bostonians have awoken to a bit of frost on various surfaces, such as greens at the Franklin Park golf course, as thebostonlol shows us.

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Noonan. Magoo.

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On our walk to school on Thursday, Waquiot Jr was pondering why the grass was white. That lead to a discussion of frost.

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Yes - Agree with Waquiot. Had to scrape my car’s windshield on Thursday morning.

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Like without clubs, etc... I guess better question - when does the course close for the winter?

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They will play until snow is on the course, and that pause will last until the snow has melted.

That said, I don’t golf, but I did a circuit around the course on Friday. Even stopped in the clubhouse, which is open year round. Franklin Park is an overlooked gem in our city.

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I was asking about the wrong golf course - when can I walk around George Wright sans clubs?

Thanks.

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