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Timberlake's Eco-Friendly Mirimichi Now Accepting Reservations

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For those that keep clicking the remote when golf is on television, feel free to do the same with this post. However, if you have a love for the sport and are looking to try out something new, Justin Timberlake’s Mirimichi golf course is now accepting tee time reservations.

The eco-friendly course — the first in the nation to be designated as a certified Audubon International Classic Sanctuary — officially opens on July 25th. You can reserve your time now and avoid the rush by hitting up the new website here. Says Timberlake on the site,

“As part of the renovation of the course, I started asking questions about whether you can turn a golf course into an eco-friendly place. It turns out you can. The clubhouse will be Platinum LEED certified when it is complete and that is an extremely grueling process but very rewarding. While we have several initiatives that make Mirimichi eco-friendly, one of the greatest in my opinion is that while we use 80 percent of the energy we produce, we return 20 percent to the Tennessee Energy Grid.”

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