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SPEARFISH CANYON

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fully open during construction BY JASON GROSS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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pearfi sh Canyon Golf Club has served as the Northern Hills’ fi rst 18hole golf course since its expansion in 1988. The entrance is on the turnoff into Spearfi sh Canyon, just off of Colorado Boulevard. Ponderosa pine, oak, and Black Hills spruce trees surround the par-35 front nine, which measures 3,128 yards off the longest tees. Push-up greens are small. The front nine opened shortly after the club was established in 1921. Distances from the longest tees go to 561 yards off the par-5 ninth hole. Rolling hills and large greens are featured on the back nine. This par-36 section measures 3,529 yards from the longest tees. Back-nine distances from the longest tees range from 187 yards on the par-3, 11th hole; to 564 yards off the par-5, 12th hole. Number 8 is regarded as the course’s signature hole because of the scenery. The 183-yard, par-3 hole includes a prominent view of Spearfi sh Canyon.

Crews continue work on a master plan construction project that will include a driving range on the grounds. “Obviously, with the virus situation we’re dealing with right now, the time line is a little bit hazy,” Spearfi sh Canyon Golf Club General Manager Rob Kortan said. “It’s tough to get anything defi nitive.” Work on realigning the holes and the creation of that new driving range began right after Thanksgiving 2018. Crews from Tri State Construction, LLC, in Belle Fourche were able to complete all major earthwork. Dirt work and seeding was done in June 2019. “Basically from that point forward, we’re waiting for the turf to come in,” Kortan said. Once that has happened, crews can complete what is left. The transition to the driving range and realigned holes has not been made, but Kortan said the balance of the work is complete. “We just have to try to get all the details before we can make that switch over to the new holes and open the range,” he added.

PIONEER PHOTOS BY DENNIS KNUCKLES Spring weather posed a challenge in 2019 because of the late snow (some of which fell in mid-May) along with continual rain. That affected everyday operations as well as the project work. All of the course’s 18 holes will be open during the season even among construction, Kortan said. He added there may be one or two days when a tee complex or green needs shutting down to work around those places. “One of the boxes that we had to check along the way, as far as getting this thing approved, was to make sure we didn’t affect what we considered regular play,” Kortan said. What about the golfer who is deciding whether to

try Spearfi sh Canyon Golf Course? Kortan pointed to the 18-hole course as an asset and cited other factors. “We have an excellent level of service,” Kortan said. “We treat our customers with gratitude and respect.” He also added that, “Course conditions have drawn praise from many golfers.” He added that practice ranges and greens are offered, along with club fitting, lessons, and a fully stocked pro shop. Guest fees from Monday through Thursday during open-twilight hours are $69 for 18 holes with cart, $48 for 18 holes without cart, $39 for nine holes with cart, and $27 for nine holes without cart. Twilight rates (beginning

about three hours before dark) are $39 for 18 holes with cart, $27 for 18 holes without cart, $34 for nine holes with cart, and $22 for nine holes without cart. All of the rates include tax. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and holiday guest rates during open-twilight hours are $74 for 18 holes with cart, $52 for 18 holes without cart, $41 for nine holes with cart, and $30 for nine holes without cart. Twilight rates are $39 for 18 holes with cart, $27 for 18 holes without cart, $39 for nine holes with cart, and $27 for nine holes without cart. Tax is included in all rates. Call (605) 717-4653 for more information.


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TOMAHAWK LAKE

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COUNTRY CLUB

preserves past BY JASON GROSS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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omahawk Lake Country Club offers scenery and history for golfers as it eagerly anticipates its 84th year of operations. The nine-hole, par-36 course is located seven miles south of Deadwood just off Highway 385. It spans 3,390 yards off the longest tees. General manager and head pro Bryan Guischer said the course is fantastic. “We’re a destination golf course,” Guischer said. “We’ve got one of the best nine-hole scenic golf courses in the Black Hills.” Guischer said Tomahawk is proud of being a destination course. He said the course, the scenery on each hole, and the staff that welcomes visitors from arrival to departure brings people back each year. Guests and members are top priorities, Guischer said. He added the aim is to have everyone say they enjoyed the course, how welcoming the staff was, and that they cannot wait to return. Open meadows and pine trees dominate the course, which sets about one mile above sea level in the Black Hills National Forest.

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What else appeals to golfers about Tomahawk, which is a National Historic Facility? “We take a great deal of pride in what the course has to offer,” Guischer said. He said it starts with the clubhouse staff and extends to grounds superintendent Gary Outka. Outka took over as course superintendent in 2016 and started at Rapid City’s Arrowhead Country Club in 1971. “We are very lucky to have Gary (Outka) here,” Guischer said. “He takes pride in making sure the course is in great shape each day, making sure it is clean, and that everyone enjoys their round.” Green fees are $30 for nine holes and $44 for 18 holes. Cart rentals are $10 per seat for nine holes and $20 per seat for 18 holes. A nine-hole punch card features 10 punches and is available for $200. A 10-acre practice area enables golfers to warm up before going on the course. The clubhouse features a full bar and menu, restaurant facilities, deck, and seating area. That deck overlooks the first and ninth holes.

Locker rooms, cart storage, range memberships, cart lease program, single memberships, family memberships, and corporate memberships are some of the options Tomahawk offers. A fully-stocked pro shop provides merchandise including shirts, pullovers, gloves, towels, golf balls, caps, divot tools, and clubs. Renowned course architect Lawrence Hughes designed the course in the late 1930s. Structural plans for this year center on trying to rebuild the tee box on hole number 6. Guischer said the course enjoys a lot of financial success because of the members and tourists. He added that enables the club to engage in projects like the tee box. This will mark the third year for the junior golf program that Guischer will guide. He said he is very excited to again work with area youth. “What people don’t realize is, these kids are the future of Tomahawk, the community, and the school district,” Guischer said. “Getting these kids involved in this game is something they can do for a lifetime.” Call (605) 578-2080 for tee times, questions on golf outings, big groups, memberships, and for more information.

NEWCASTLE

COUNTRY CLUB offers golfing bargain BY JASON GROSS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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ewcastle Country Club offers some of the lowest rates in the Black Hills along with reasonable cart rental rates, said board president Rick Dunford. This nine-hole public course opened in 1966 and is a par 36. “I wouldn’t say it’s difficult, but it is a challenge,” Dunford said when asked what he would say to encourage a golfer to try the course. “We’ve got some long par 5s. You

have really scenic holes off of tee boxes, things like that,” he added. The course measures a total of 3,167 yards from the back tees and 2,800 yards from the front tees. Number 1 is the longest on the course. This par 5 measures 490 yards from the back tee and 466 yards from the front tee. The shortest hole immediately follows on number 2. Distances are 120 yards from the back tee and 100 yards from the front tee.

COURTESY PHOTO Numbers 4 and 5 are the “signature holes” from Dunford’s perspective. The fourth hole boasts an elevated tee box. Distances are 378 yards from the back tee and 290 yards from the front tee. Dunford said big hitters must lay up because a new creek is there. “It’s slightly upslope all the way,” Dunford said in describing the number 5 tee box. “A big hitter can make it look pretty simple, but it’s treelined on both sides.”

Number 5 measures 300 yards from the back tee and 267 yards from the front tee. Dunford said a gap in the trees where the ball flies may be less than 50 feet wide. Men over age 70 may play from the gold tees on any hole, Dunford said. In the case of hole number 4, the tee box from that tee is not elevated.

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elle Fourche Country Club challenges the advanced golfer but is not impossible to play. “People with higher handicaps, or beginners, can have a good time out on the course as well,” general manager Andrew Bears said. This nine-hole course spans 3,027 yards off the men’s tees and 2,554 yards off the ladies’ tees. It opened in 1935 and is a par 36. Number 7 is the longest hole, measuring 500 yards from the men’s tee and 466 yards from the ladies’ tee. It is one of two par-5s on the course, with number 1 being the other. The “shortest hole” designation belongs to number 5. This par-3 hole measures 160 yards from the men’s tee and 133 yards from the ladies’ tee. Bears said number 2 was long regarded as the course’s signature hole. He added the club is in the process of building a new green there. “It’s a long par 3 (210 yards from men’s tee, 178 yards from ladies’ tee) downhill with a very small green,” Bears said. “The old green is still playable.” Bears prefers the 303-yard par-4 sixth hole because the green resembles a plateau. Distances are 303 yards from the men’s tee and 281 yards from the women’s tee. “It falls off on three of the four sides, and it’s just a really fun green to hit golf shots into,” he said.

The hope is to have the new number 2 green seeded by June 1, Bears said. He added it will be playable by summer 2021 if things go well. A spring special lasts through May 15. Guest green fees are $25 for nine holes with a cart, and $15 without a cart. A fall special runs Oct. 1 through Nov. 30 and has the same rates. Summer guest rates are in effect from May 15 through Sept. 30. Those are $32 for nine holes with a cart, and $20 without a cart. Eighteen-hole rates are $50 with a cart, and $32 without a cart. A driving range and putting green are available on the site. The clubhouse offers a snack bar with beverages available. A fi re pit and patio are available outside. The club is planning several special days. Monday Couples’ Night play traditionally begins at 6 p.m. Memorial Day, with Ladies’ Night on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. starting around May 5. An eight-week Junior Program will run Tuesdays from 7:30 a.m. to noon starting June 9. Wednesdays will feature two Men’s Leagues. An 18-hole league begins at noon, followed by a nine-hole league starting at 5:30 p.m. They are scheduled to begin on May 6. “These are kind of tentative to change based on how our world is right now,” Bears said in describing the scheduled dates.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF ANDREW BEARS

WALL COMMUNITY

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BY JASON GROSS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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olfers seeking a relatively f lat course will find what they are looking for at Wall Community Golf Course. This nine-hole course was built in 2002. It measures 3,861 yards from the back tees and is a par 36. Some minor hills

are also part of the layout. The course is described as a typical nine-hole, small-town course. A clubhouse may be used for a variety of functions. A pair of nice par 3s are part of the course, and they are described as achievable. The course also offers a put-

ting green and driving range. Some club rentals are available. Cart rentals and dining facilities are also offered. The full-service dining facilities are open daily for lunch. Tee times are not necessary. However, golfers must check in before playing the course.

The course is located at 1801 Golf Course Road in Wall, only about 50 miles from Rapid City — which means a nice drive on Interstate 90. Call (605) 279-4653 for more information including current rates for green fees, cart rentals, and anything else.


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BOULDER CANYON COUNTRY CLUB BY TIM POTTS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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he Boulder Canyon Country Club (BCCC) was founded as a member-owned, 9 hole golf course in 1948. It was expanded to 18 holes in 2018, making it the newest 18 hole course in the state. People have since been raving about the variety and challenges that the new back 9 offers. BCCC is excited for the 2020 season, and ready to continue upon the success the expansion has provided over the last couple of years. BCCC is situated between Sturgis and Deadwood in beautiful Boulder Canyon. The course offers a peaceful and tranquil setting with spectacular views. Combined with a laid back atmosphere it makes for one of the most enjoyable golf experiences in the Black Hills.

“Our layout and ability level tee boxes provide enjoyment for golfers of all abilities. The forward tees will benefit the more novice golfers, while playing from the tips will challenge even the most accomplished players,” said Russ Grover, General Manager. The 18 hole layout is predicated on risk/reward holes throughout the course with many short par 4s and reachable par 5s, allowing the golfer to determine whether they want to play a risk or risk-averse round. Golfers can expect to fi nd many unique design elements as they play through their round. Some of which include; beautifully tree-lined fairways, multiple elevation changes, and a featured par 3

island green. If you’ve never played, or just haven’t been to BCCC in a while, it should be on your must play list this year. Complementing our quality golf experience, we also offer a fully stocked pro shop, bar and grill, driving range, along with exceptional service. Our new 18-hole layout is also perfect for tournaments and other group golf outings. Whether you are hosting a fundraising event, looking for a fun bachelor or bachelorette activity, gathering for a reunion, or just pulling off the road for a nice round of 18, our affordable rates will be difficult to match. “Boulder Canyon has always believed in the accessibility and affordability of golf for every-

one,” Grover said. “Not only do we have the most affordable 18 hole membership in the Black Hills, but also this year we have added monthly payment options for our members.” You can now get a single membership for as low as $45 a month, and your entire family can enjoy BCCC for less than $65 a month. Please contact the friendly clubhouse staff at (605) 3475108 or visit their website at BoulderCanyonCountryClub. com to fi nd additional information and pricing. Boulder Canyon Country Club will not disappoint. It is guaranteed to give you something to talk about and leave you excited to return. We are looking forward to seeing you out on the course in 2020!

PHOTO COURTESY OF RUSS GROVER

NEWCASTLE COUNTRY CLUB FROM PAGE 6 What sets Newcastle Country Club apart from other area courses? “We’ve got three creeks to cross,” Dunford said. “We have a lot of large cottonwoods, so it has a really nice, kind of older feel.” One of those creeks was natural. Drainage coming from Newcastle comes into a wetland area, and both of the newer creeks come from that. A large driving range is offered, with clubs and carts also available for rent. Advance booking is essential. The clubhouse includes food and beverage service. Menu items include chicken fingers, salads, hamburgers, and Polish sausage. One of the clubhouse rooms may be used for group meetings during the season. The only clothing hard-and-fast dress code item includes soft-spiked golf shoes. Dunford said any clothing is acceptable. “Sometimes he gets just off of work,

and he makes it just in time for tee time,” Dunford said in describing one of his golf partners. “He’s in Levi’s and changes into his golf shoes. “He might change his shirt. That’s the way it is.” Call the course at (307) 746-2639 for information on green fees, cart rentals, and other items.

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lear the fairway — Chip Shot Golf has come to town and along with it, simulated golf with feedback like no instructor or partner can dish out. Owners Travis Ranek and Ron Rhebb have placed two PGA simulators in the Texaco gas station façade building, just out front of Deadwood Gulch at 306 Cliff St., and while one’s golf game is simulated, the stats and swing analysis shared are all too real. Chip Shot Golf offers 80 different worldwide courses and four simulated putt-putt courses. “We’ve got the tools and technology, if you’re really looking to improve your game,” Ranek said. “The weight sensors in the floor and high-speed cameras, the ability to take somebody’s swing and break it down frame by frame.” Customers can play a round on one of the world’s greatest golf courses or just invite a few friends to compete in winter leagues, tournaments, or challenge games. Working with the simulators allows a golfer to take his or her game to the next level, refine their swing with aG Flix and aG Balance Pro Video and weight analysis systems. Ranek said the simulators are also designed for those with a most basic knowledge of the game. “Where we’re at now, with this technology, is if you know even a little bit about the fundamentals of golf, you can step into one of these and it will teach people how to play,” Ranek said. “It’s always great for anyone to come in and play a round of golf. It’s suited for all ages and skill levels.” Instead of hitting the local driving range and fighting inclement weather, Chip Shot offers the ability to hit a few balls in the backdrop of a tropical, waterfall, or canyon setting, even practice

on a target green, long fairway, 20-yard sand shot, 40-yard chip shot, downhill putt, and so much more. “It keeps track of where you’re at with every club,” Ranek said. “It gives you very, very detailed feedback. We hope to even see high school kids coming in and using it and getting better.” The courses are life-like. “When they chart these courses, it’s every tree, every rock, every bunker,” Ranek said. “It’s very detailed.” Plans for this year include adding four more PGA virtual courses, along with more online tournaments. Players in Deadwood may compete interactively with those from 80 other simulator sites in the nation. Ranek said when he first started kicking around the idea of opening Chip Shot Golf, a Deadwood location popped to the top. “I thought it would be great for people to have something to do outside of gambling,” Ranek said. “This is a great golf community. I think there are 17 courses within 50 miles of here. There’s a real need for this with the long winters. It just made sense to me, and I thought to do it here would be great. I definitely feel the golf community has embraced us. We’ve had a great first year and are looking forward to even a better second year.” Chip Shot Golf is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the winter, and noon to midnight in the summer. Tee times beyond those bounds can also be scheduled by calling (605) 321-2613. “It’s a social setting, and everyone comes in here with a different M.O.,” Ranek said. Chip Shot Golf also offers food such as nachos, chips and salsa, corn dogs, Naan bread pizzas, loaded baked potatoes, and BBQ on the weekends.

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LEAD COUNTRY CLUB golf course enjoys long history BY JASON GROSS BLACK HILLS PIONEER

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ead Country Club bills itself as “the highest course east of the Rockies” with an elevation of 6,200 feet. The nine-hole, par-36 course measures 3,331 yards off the longest tees and features small, receptive greens. It is located seven miles south of Lead on Highway 85 and off Rochford Rd. Lead Country Club was built in 1922 and offers some of the region’s first class greens. The course’s claim to fame is the first hole, which features an elevated tee. This tee box was rebuilt in 2009 after many years of being an artificial turf mat. General manager Al Varland said a golfer needs accuracy on this hole. “All of the holes have small

greens,” Varland said. “The slope of the course makes all holes interesting.” This course includes six par4s. Five are in excess of 400 yards. Improvements like elevated tees, permanent outdoor toilets, and paved parking lot have occurred over the last several years. The remodeled clubhouse is located in a building that was erected in 1923, and its exterior was renovated in 2016. A locker room was renovated in 2018. A full bar and remodeled banquet room are also available. Golf cart rentals are available on the site, which also features a driving range. A small kitchen is located inside the clubhouse, with dinner specials each Wednesday. Men’s Day is held every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to close.

Nine-hole rates are $35 per person with cart and $25 without cart. The 18-hole rates are $50 per person with cart and $35 without cart. Golfers receive $5 off rounds Monday through Friday. Lead Country Club does not take tee times, but there is always room on the course. Groups of five are allowed on the course, but six-player groups are not. What would entice a golfer to give Lead Country Club a try? “Our course is the oldest in the Black Hills,” Varland said. “It is also one of the Black Hills’ more challenging courses.” Varland said the course is planning to open in mid-May. Rick Varland serves as the superintendent and greens keeper. Call the course at 584-1852 for more information.


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Designed by renowned golf course architect Lawrence Hughes in the mid 1930’s, Tomahawk Lake Country Club is a picturesque nine-hole, par 36 course located just seven miles south of Historic Deadwood, South Dakota. From narrow fairways lined by tall pine trees to dramatic elevation changes from tee box to green, all 3,390 yards meanders through the Black Hills National Forest to provide a challenging course.

This clubhouse offers golfers a full service bar and restaurant plus a large deck to enjoy. Also a driving range and a putting and chipping practice green.

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