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Downtown Huntsville announces 2021 Downtown Open

HUNTSVILLE – Downtown Huntsville Inc. said Wednesday the 2021 Downtown Open, presented by Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate Group, is returning to Downtown Huntsville September 23 through October 3. This unique, urban putt putt course will feature 30 holes around the downtown square and surrounding sidewalks. Participants can utilize this course over the 10-day period, 24 hours a day, for free.

Putters, balls, and scorecards will be provided at Honest Coffee Roasters, Green Bus Brewing, and BeeZr. Therefore, you can enjoy the Downtown Open early in the morning, in the afternoon, or late into the night.

“The Downtown Open is one of our most popular events,” said Chad Emerson, DHI President and CEO. “We’re pleased to present the free pop-up putt putt course as an outdoor, physically-distanced experience in the Rocket City Center.”

This year’s holes are sponsored by: GTEC, TOC-The Orthopaedic Center, Honest Coffee Roasters, Croy Engineering, Siniard, Timberlake, & League, Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate, Leonardo DRS, McDonald’s, RE/MAX Alliance, Robins & Morton, Green Bus Brewing, Martinson & Beason, Church Street Wine Shoppe, Sea Salt – Urban Oyster Bar, OTBX, Lockheed Martin, Merit Bank, Port of Huntsville, The Paige Brown Team – RE/MAX Alliance, Business Interiors, Anytime Fitness Jones Valley, Seabrook Solutions, FirstBank, Pure Barre Huntsville, Polaris, North Alabama Soccer Coalition, Dentistry Downtown, Life Simplified, Fantasy Playhouse, and MMC Contractors.

Updates on the event and exciting photos and videos will be shared on the Downtown Huntsville Facebook event page. Learn more about the Downtown Open at downtownhuntsville.org/downtownopen.

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