Minnesota golfers 'chomping at the bits' to go on the golf course

The weekend may have presented the first opportunity to dress like a golfer, but playing the game outside did not present itself. 

That doesn't mean Minnesotans were not dusting off the clubs.

Bunker Hills's outdoor range was open and, according to the course, it was very busy. Also, despite not being outside, the Braemar Golf Dome had a constant flow of golfers, some waiting as long as an hour to hit some balls. 

"I know people are chomping at the bits," said Tommy Koehler, Braemar Golf Course's first assistant golf professional. 

"Behind us is the golf course, there's still a bunch of snow," Koehler added while standing in front of the vast indoor golf dome. 

But, with all that snow are plenty of patches of grass. Giving Koehler and those who are "chomping at the bits" hope.

"It's so weather dependent. We could get a huge March snowstorm still. So we're just kind of taking it day by day. I think we have a few preliminary plans, but nothing's set in stone yet," he said.