Mar 31, 2013 5:32 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
The Dairy Creek Golf Course held an Easter Egg Hunt Sunday morning.
The event was free to the public and even included a free breakfast from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Two Easter Egg Hunts were held. One was for kids ages four and under, and the other was for kids age five and above.
Organizers say they placed 2,000 Easter Eggs around the golf course.
There were also putting activities, and kids could take their picture with the Easter Bunny.
"It's a great way to get kids out here and interested in golf. We just wanted to get a lot of kids out here and kind of learn the basics of golf first and then have a fun Easter event," said Casey Cole, the Pro Shop assistant.
To make the Easter Egg Hunt a little more challenging, golfers were asked to hit golf balls onto the driving range before the event started. That way, kids had to search for the eggs among the golf balls.
This was the first year for the event.
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