DIVOT Magazine Denver Golf Expo Issue 2020

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Vol 28 No 1

Your Guide to Golf in Colorado

Expo Issue 2020

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2020 is Your Year. Just Play! February 7-9 at the Denver Mart • Deals on equipment, travel and greens fees. • Tips and lessons from PGA pros.

• An immersive kids golf experience. • A lot of fun, food and GOLF!

Bring the family down. Or get your buddies together. Hit the latest drivers. Spend the day learning and exploring.

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Denver Golf Expo Special Section

Kickstart Your Game in 2020

By Joe Grant DIVOT Contributing Writer

It’s a “jumpstart to the Colorado golf season,” a “landmark event on the calendar” and “the best consumer golf show in the country.”

Hosannas such as these have rained upon the Denver Golf Expo for more than a quarter century. The largest show of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region with more than 140 vendors, it annually draws more than 12,000 avid, occasional and beginning golfers to The Denver Mart in February.

Some will come for deals, others to try new clubs, to get a free lesson or to introduce the sport to their children, grandchildren or significant others. Whatever the motivation, however, the majority are just itching to immerse themselves in a game winter has precluded them from playing.

Mark and Lynn Cramer, avid golfers who have co-owned the Expo for the last 20 years, clearly know the feeling. “Like most people, we haven’t picked up a club for months,” Mark says. “So getting folks to come before the season starts—and two weeks after all the new equipment launches at the PGA Merchandise Show in Florida— really gets everyone’s juices flowing. That’s why we say, ‘Just play.’”

GET DEALS The Denver Golf Expo stirs those juices with unreal deals on new equipment,

rounds all over the state, lessons, clothing, membership programs and more. The Expo also stages hourly giveaways for some sweet swag (to be eligible, all you have to do is complete a brief attendee questionnaire near the entrance), including a $3,000 trip for two to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Bargains abound, including those on absolute latest drivers, irons, wedges and putters from top manufacturers at the Lenny’s Golf Club Demo area. You also can tap the swing knowledge of the PGA professionals at the GOLFTEC booth and glean the game-improvement expertise of PGA and LPGA Professionals during seminars on the Main Stage. Looking to take your game on the road? Representatives from dozens of golf destinations across the country will tempt you with info and incentives.

TEST YOUR SKILLS Like competing? The Expo features three opportunities: Closest to the Pin, Long Drive and the Long Putt Challenge.

Sponsored by Stan Sayers Golf, the Closest to the Pin contest utilizes a Trackman to gauge your shot’s proximity on a simulated par 3. The closest to the pin all three days will qualify for a Sunday afternoon playoff, with the winner receiving a stayand-play golf package at Kaanapali Royal GC on Maui. The Long Putt Challenge, sponsored by

TPC Colorado at Heron Lakes, gives you the opportunity to sink two putts from a distance of more than 60 feet. Tickets and VIP Packages to the Korn Ferry Tour’s TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes await each day’s winners.

Co-sponsored by Optimum Golf and Lifetime Windows and Siding, the Long Drive Contest invites you to grip it and rip it on a Foresight GC2 Simulator. Winners in multiple categories receive indoor lesson packages at Optimum Golf’s state-of-theart facility in Park Hill. GET EDUCATED Colorado’s most comprehensive golf show is also its most authoritative, due to the strong support of the Colorado PGA Section, Colorado Golf Association and the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado.

Upon arriving, head directly to the Colorado PGA booth, where you can sign up for free (and thus wildly popular) 10minute lessons with a talented Colorado PGA professional. Your “tee time” might not come for hours, but it will be worth it to shake the winter rust off your game. Swing by the Colorado Golf Association booth to learn all about the new World Handicap System, which has standardized how indexes are calculated around the globe. Another difference is that handicaps will be updated instantly, rather than through the revision system. Discover how

these changes will affect you at the CGA booth or at one of the organization’s seminar presentations. The CGA will also promote the benefits of membership, which extend beyond a hat and a handicap to discounts on apparel, golf equipment, rental cars, hotels, Avalanche and Nuggets tickets and other perks, including trips to Bandon, Kohler, Streamsong, Sand Valley and Ireland.

If you have a budding golfer, head to the Junior Golf Experience, the interactive golf concourse of the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado. Ask about the JGAC Youth on Course program, which lets kids between ages 6 and 17 play golf for $5 at 30 courses; the Drive, Chip and Putt program that could send your kid to Augusta National; and the life-changing benefits of the Solich Caddie and Leadership Academy.

THE DGE DIFFERENCE Food, alcohol and live music add ambience, but “what separates the Denver Golf Expo from others is Mark and Lynn are golfers,” says Colorado Golf Association Executive Director Ed Mate of owners. “They love the game. It’s who they are. As a result, the Denver Golf Expo has the same vibe and energy as the big PGA Merchandise Show in Florida— only on a smaller scale. It captures the essence of the game and it really resonates with golfers.” D

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Denver Golf Expo Special Section

Buy Your Tickets Now Every February, the Denver Golf Expo jumpstarts the golf season in the Rocky Mountain region. The earlier you think about golf, the sooner you’ll play and the more you’ll play! That’s why we’ve made it easier than ever to purchase tickets to one of North America’s premier consumer golf shows—and, as always, we’ve included parking in the ticket price. PURCHASE ONLINE If you can book a tee time online, why not buy your tickets to the Denver Golf Expo the same way? It’s convenient, simple and let’s you skip the lines and get into the show faster. Simply go to DenverGolfExpo.com and purchase your tickets safely

and securely. Print the tickets and bring them to the show. You’ll be enjoying all the golf-themed activities in no time. KING SOOPERS Stop by the courtesy counter at any King Soopers and purchase Expo admission through Tickets West until February 6. WALK-UPS WELCOME! Prefer buying your tickets at the door? We recommend arriving early to purchase your ticket so you can take advantage of the full day of golf-themed experiences.



The Denver Mart Plaza Hall 451 E. 58th Ave., Denver, CO 80216

Adults: Seniors: Military & Vets (valid ID): Kids 16 & Under:

Friday Feb. 7: Saturday Feb. 8: Sunday Feb. 9:

10:00 am - 5:00 pm 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

$13.00 $11.00 $11.00 $3.00


Take a Spin at South Suburban

That relationship extends to everyone who attends the Expo. The Cramer’s and Ramsey have baked into the Expo ticket price the early-season discounts of SSP&R’s Fore Golf Program. “We want to give people an incentive to come out at least once a week to practice or play,” Ramsey says. “The more they go out, the


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And, Ramsey says, SSPRD has already improved on many of its facilities for 2020:

• Lone Tree, a tournament-level, Arnold Palmer-designed course with five sets of tees, this year will serve golfers “with a completely remodeled, well-stocked golf shop with an entirely new look” Ramsey says.

• South Suburban’s 18-hole Dick Phelps design features some of the state’s fiddliest greens—including a newly built

• Family Sports—which complements its 9-hole, par-31, executive course with a superb practice area and lessons from its PGA pros and those from GOLFTEC— has outfitted every bay on its double-deck, open-late-all-year driving range with new heaters “to upgrade player comfort.”

Family Sports Center Golf 303-649-1115

• Littleton Golf & Tennis Club, a par63 executive course in name only, continues to pride itself on tremendous conditioning and female- and familyfriendliness, while offering challenge of tree- and water-lined fairways.

“The Expo allows us to connect with people who want to be involved in the game and want to play more golf,” Ramsey says. “When it comes to growing the game programs, the Expo is one the best.” D

Visit ssprd.org for more information.

Littleton Golf & Tennis






The district has worked hand-in-glove with the Expo for the 19 years Mark and Lynn Cramer have owned the event. “Mark’s a member at Lone Tree Golf Club, one of our courses, and a past club champion. The first year, I helped him out with some mats and range balls,” Ramsey says. “We’ve always had a good relationship.”

They are also more likely to queue up at the SSP&R booth. The crowds give Ramsey and his staff the opportunity to spend time with customers. They can introduce new players to the four SSP&R courses—Lone Tree, South Suburban Golf Course, Family Sports Golf Course and the Littleton Golf and Tennis Club— and visit with members who “tell us what we’re doing right and what we need to improve upon,” Ramsey says.

one on 18 that brings the lake into play. Help with negotiating those putts and chips now comes in the form of a spanking new short-game area, as well as the popular 9-hole par 3 course.


At the SSPRD booth, one of the busiest at the Expo, visitors spin a prize wheel for a chance at a free round, range balls or 2-for1 deals. “It’s become our signature, and the booths near us like the lines,” SSPRD’s Director of Golf Bill Ramsey says.

better they get; and the better they get, the more they like the game.”

Littleton Golf & Tennis Club 303-794-5838


If you’re in the market for a new course or a great deal, take South Suburban Parks and Recreation District for a spin at this year’s Denver Golf Expo.

South Suburban Golf Course 303-770-5500

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Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel 303-799-9940

South Suburban Golf Course


Line Tree Golf Club

Lone Tree


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Where the Girls Are

Colorado will make golf history this summer when the world’s top 156 female amateurs (ages 18 years and younger) compete in the 2020 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship at Eisenhower Golf Club’s Blue Course in Colorado Springs. Taking place July 13-20, the tournament will mark the first time a military course has hosted a USGA Championship and that a junior golf organization—the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado— has served as host organization.

Don’t just attend this historic event. Participate in it! Stop by the Junior Golf Association of Colorado (JGAC) booth, located in the Junior Golf Experience area, at the Expo and become one of the 250 volunteers needed to handle marshaling, player registration, scoring, transportation and dozens of other responsibilities—including caddying. Volunteers will receive a complimentary uniform (including shirt, hat and pullover), a meal per shift and the opportunity to play the Robert Trent Jones-designed Blue Course during Volunteer Appreciation Day.

If time doesn’t allow you to volunteer, find out how you can support it by becoming an event sponsor, or get involved with one of the “Year of the Woman” initiatives that accompanies the U.S. Junior Girls’ Championship.

The JGAC—a partnership formed by the Colorado PGA and Colorado Golf Association—is leveraging this monumental occasion “to introduce more women, young and old, to the game through events leading up to the champi-

Eisenhower Golf Club’s Blue Course in Colorado Springs

onship,” according to Colorado PGA Executive Director Eddie Ainsworth.

At the JGAC booth, you’ll learn more about the calendar of fun events, which encourage participation, celebrate golf and spotlight women from different backgrounds who love the game. You can also learn about the groundbreaking Women’s Leadership Summit

that will take place the day before the US Junior Girls’ Championship at the Air Force Academy. The luncheon event, which will feature a panel including PGA President Suzy Whaley, aims to empower the next generation of female leaders by providing the content, tools, mentoring and networking opportunities to support career advancement—and, appropriate to the occasion, make some history. D

Pick Up Some New Sticks For the tenth consecutive year, Lenny’s Golf Shop will occupy the most real estate at the Denver Golf Expo. Its 12,000-square-foot space—more than three times the size of its store at 2601 S. Parker Road in Aurora—includes a 15-bay Club Demo area, where you can not only hit the latest and greatest from Callaway, TaylorMade, Titleist, Ping, Cobra, Mizuno and other major manufacturers, but also talk to representatives from these companies about new lines that just launched two weeks earlier.

“It’s a cool time of year, because every company has a product launching in January,” says Nick Nosewicz, the store’s general manager and the son of storeowner Lenny Nosewicz. “The Expo is the first time the public can hit products like, say, the Callaway Mavrik, and also get pricing that can be $100 less than what you’d pay in the store.”

Golfers pay for their sticks at the Expo and pick them at Lenny’s, whose master fitters will fit them for free. “If you only sell clubs, you’re only doing half the job,” Nosewicz says. “They’re tools, not jewels. Fitting is crucial. Part of my success (he won the 2015 Colorado Golf Association Match Play and advanced to the Round of 32 in the 2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship) owes to the fact my clubs—from putter to driver—fit me.”

He has Lenny’s team of seven master club-fitters to thank for that—as do thousands of amateur and professional golfers from Colorado and other states. They trust Lenny’s to fine-tune their clubs’ loft, lie, shaft and grip appropriate to their swing speed, launch angle, spin rate, carry distance and other metrics. “We’re all about setting up a future relationship in the shop,” Nosewicz shares.

That shop, at the corner of Parker and Havana, utilizes Foresight launch monitors and other technologies to analyze every type of swing and optimize equipment accordingly.

One thing the shop lacks, however, is the kind of square footage that bigger retailers have to stock shirts, shoes, pants, swing aids, bags, accessories and other ‘soft goods.’ The Expo solves that problem. “Having all that room at the Expo lets us pretend we’re a big box retailer for three days,” Nosewicz says with a laugh. “We have screaming deals on shirts, shoes and other products that I, as a golfer, would want.”

Lenny’s additional inventory has grown every year, but so have the lines to buy it. “We’ve always focused on deals, but people don’t want to wait 20 minutes just to get a great deal on golf balls,” the GM says. “So this year we’re focusing on streamlining, efficiency and logistics.

Lenny and Nick Nosewicz Bring their Best Golf Deals of the Year to the Expo We’re going to enrich the experience without adding to the cost. You’re still going to get great deals.” D DIVOTMagazine.com l Expo Issue 2020


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2020 Seminar Schedule Live Driver Club Fitting

Nick Clearwater GOLFTEC Ph: 203-219-0585 Email:nclearwater@golftec.com

An audience volunteer will run be run through the process and have a discussion about the best way to buy your next golf club. Bring your driver if you want a chance to participate in the experience.

Speaker Bio Nick is the Vice President of Instruction for GOLFTEC He has been a PGA Tour Credentialed Instructor for the past twelve consecutive years helping some of the game's best players. Golf Digest has ranked him #33 on the Best Teachers in America List, also on their Best Young Teacher List, and #1 on their Best in State of Colorado Instructor list. In addition, Nick has written for Golf Digest, featured on dozens of podcasts and radio shows, and also featured in articles from Forbes magazine and Fast company.

Successful Student Experiences

Vincent Downie GOLFTEC Ph: 239-595-7314 Email: vdownie@golftec.com

How does a student achieve success? What goes into getting better at golf? Before and after comparisons.

Speaker Bio Teaching professional @ Don Valley in Toronto, Canada (7 years) and Eagle Creek in Naples, Florida (8 years). Over that time I've taught 8,000 lessons. 3 years at GOLFTEC and have taught over 5000 lessons with the BEST TEACHING COMPANY IN THE WORLD.

Rules of Golf Update

Robert Duke Director of Rules and Competitions Colorado Golf Association

Come for a sneak preview of 2020 Rules changes.

Speaker Bio Robert Duke is the Director of Rules and Competitions for the Colorado Golf Association. He is also a presenter at the CGA's 2-day Rules of Golf workshop at the Denver Golf Expo.


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Creating a better, smarter practice routine that fits you.

You probably have the wrong driver in your bag

Dustin Miller Dustin Miller Golf at Black Bear Golf Club Ph: 720.982.4714 Email: dustinmiller@pga.com

Brad Skupaka Ph: 724.554.8448 Email: bskupaka@golftec.com

How to have a better understanding on how to practice. I will discuss the cause and effects of different shots and how you can work on them yourself when practicing. I will also discuss different ways you can learn, and how my online technology/drills can help your game.

Speaker Bio PGA Director of Instruction at Black Bear Golf Club. Dustin has been a PGA member since 2008. Dustin was a Head PGA Professional in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to for 9 years. Dustin was the 2009 Iowa PGA Merchandiser of the year award winner. He was nominated PGA Teacher of the year 4 times in Iowa, and 3 times in Colorado.

Stop Your Slice!

Nathan Morris GOLFTEC Westminster Ph: 303-426-6600 Email: nmorris@golftec.com

We will discuss why you slice the ball and why the quick fixes you’ve heard just make it worse. Then I will lay out a program of at home practice and range drills to cure your slice for good!

Speaker Bio Nathan is the Director of Instruction at GOLFTEC Westminster. He has given 23,000 lessons in 15 years of teaching. Nathan was a GolfDigest Top Teacher in Colorado in 2011 and 2019. He was also a Colorado Avid Golfer CAGGY award winner for best teacher 4 times.

Club Fitting and Your Golf Swing

Stan Sayers Director of Instruction Colorado Golf Club Ph: 720-201-1975 Email: stansayersgolf@gmail.com

How club fitting helps or hinders your improvement and your score.

Speaker Bio Stan was the 2009 Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year. Golf Digest Best in State. AimPoint Certified Since 2009. Aimpoint Level 3 Certified. Teaching golf for over 36 years

An objective look at how technology can help golfers to hit the ball farther and why your current driver is probably holding you back. Brad will discuss the science behind why one driver can work well for one golfer but poorly for another. Speaker Bio • GOLFTEC Director of Teaching Quality • PGA Member Certified Teaching and Coaching • 2018-2019 Golf Digest Best Young Teachers • 2019-2020 Golf Digest Best Teachers in your State – Colorado • 6x World Long Drive Championship competitor

Accelerating Your Improvement in Any Aspect of the Game

Dan Sniffin Interlocken Golf Club Ph: 720-232-6211 Email: DanSniffinGolf@gmail.com

Learn how to change the way you practice to get the most benefit from the time you spend. This seminar will show you how to break through plateaus, improve your skills, and shoot lower scores by changing your approach. Speaker Bio Dan Sniffin is the 2018 Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year and Director of Instruction at Interlocken Golf Club. Recognized by Golf Digest Magazine as a top teacher in Colorado, Dan has helped thousands of players with their games over the last 15 years as a Teacher and Coach.

5 Things You MUST Do If You Want To Be Better This Year

Dee Tidwell Colorado Golf Fitness Club Ph: 303-883-0435 Email: dee@coloradogolffitnessclub.com

Learn the 5 most important things you can do for your game that will help you be more consistent, less sore, more competitive, hit it longer and play till your 80!

Speaker Bio Dee Tidwell is the owner of the Colorado Golf Fitness Club and has been a golf fitness expert for almost 20 years. He is a winner of the Golf Digest Top 50 Golf Fitness Professionals and numerous CAGGY awards. Dee is (TPI) Titleist Performance

Institute Certified, a SOMA Golf Trainer, an ELDOA Trainer and past PGA Tour Coach.

News Flash! Putting is Important!

Jerry Walters Trent Wearner Golf Academy Ph: 303-550-2649 Email: freegolf1@gmail.com

Putting is an important part of the game of golf yet gets the least amount of attention. Everyone wants to hit the ball farther. Distance is a drug. Your putter is the one club used most every hole. Become a better putter and watch your scores go lower.

Speaker Bio Jerry Walters has worked in the golf industry for over 26 years, hosting his weekly radio show, In The Fairway on 1043 The Fan, working on tour for Yes! Putters, teaching putting at the Trent Wearner Golf Academy, and working for EyeLine Golf. Walters has twice be recognized as the Media Person of the Year by both the Colorado PGA and the Colorado Golf Association. He has also been given the Ralph Moore Award by the CoBank Colorado Open. He will be given the Distinguished Service Award by the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame later this summer.

Coaching with a Purpose

Jason Witczak The Club at Pradera and Pinery Country Club Ph: 480-415-1447 Email: pga11@live.com

“Coaching with a Purpose” special guest Hunter Swanson, Sophomore at Northfield HS. Finished second in State High School last season. The focus: talk about getting your student to believe in themselves by understanding “their” swing, which allows my students to play golf better and not golf swings. We will go over the process of how it happens and simply works with every student!

Speaker Bio Jason Witczak is a PGA Class A Professional instructor and Director of Instruction at The Club at Pradera and Pinery Country Club, who specializes in kinesiology and proper setup, honed his playing and teaching skills under the watchful eye of the great Manuel de la Torre who was his instructor in his home state of Wisconsin. Jason is best known for increasing distance with proper training, regardless of physical ability. Jason enjoys teaching all levels of players, from PGA players, to developing student athletes and all golf enthusiasts in between. Jason's previous work has encompassed developing, instructing and managing John Jacobs Golf Schools junior summer camps at Orange Tree Golf Resort, where he coached a record 170 students per summer. His coaching and mentorship has been invaluable in matching aspiring young players with collegiate institutions that will further develop their growth. Most recently, Jason qualified for the prestigious 2012 National Club Professional Championship. Not only has he been successful on the golf course teaching golfers of all ages how to improve their game, he is also a former NFL football player. Jason and his lovely wife Jaime are parents of three young boys and Jason devotes much of his free time coaching his sons' hockey and baseball teams.

Denver Golf Expo Special Section That equates to more time at the place Golf Digest rated the No. 1 Golf Resort in North America. It also means more time to walk the courses that the publication ranked among the top 15 public courses in the United States, and more stories to share over meals in one of the resort’s six award-winning restaurants.

Win a trip to Bandon Dunes!

In their classic 2010 book, True Links, authors George Peper and Malcolm Campbell controversially identify 246 courses in the world that fit the definition of a proper links course. North America, they contend, has exactly four such courses, and three of them—Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes and Old Macdonald—are at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon.

Friday, Feb. 7

At this year’s Denver Golf Expo, one lucky attendee* (and companion) will win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience all three courses, plus the resort’s other two layouts, Bandon Trails and the unique par-3 Shorty’s.**

It’s called the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort Getaway, and all you need to do to become eligible for the drawing is complete the survey in the front lobby at the Expo.

Located on scenic Highway 101, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort perches high above the Pacific Ocean and high atop any golfer’s bucket list. And thanks to the recent addition of direct flights from Denver to Southwest Oregon Regional Airport in North Bend (25 miles from Bandon), golfers no longer have to travel almost three hours from Eugene or four from Portland.

Satu Saturday, Feb. 8

Resort accommodations range from single rooms overlooking Bandon Dunes’ 18th hole to 4-bedroom Grove cottages tucked into the coastal evergreen forest. The Denver Golf Expo’s Bandon Dunes Golf Resort Getaway package includes a three-night stay for two in the Chrome Lodge, 6 rounds of links golf on any of Bandon’s five courses. The package has a retail value $3,000, but the experience is priceless. For more information, visit bandondunesgolf.com or call 888-3456008 or 541-347-4380. D

*You must complete the survey in the front lobby to be entered in the drawing. **All trips are good for Sunday arrival and Wednesday departure only, based on resort availability. Airfare and other incidental charges are not included. Expires 10/1/20.

Sunday, Feb. 9

11-11:30 a.m. Dan Sniffin Interlocken Golf Club Accelerating Your Improvement in Any Aspect of the Game

11-11:30 a.m. Dee Tidwell Colorado Golf Fitness Club 5 Things You Must Do if You Want to be Better This Year

11-11:30 a.m. Jason Witczak The Club at Pradera and Pinery Country Club Coaching with a Purpose

12-12:30 p.m. Robert Duke or Ed Mate Colorado Golf Association Rules of Golf

12-12:30 p.m. Stan Sayers Stan Sayers Golf Club Fitting and Your Golf Swing

12-12:30 p.m. Robert Duke or Ed Mate Colorado Golf Association Rules of Golf

1-1:30 p.m. Stan Sayers Stan Sayers Golf Club Fitting and Your Golf Swing

1-1:30 p.m. Vince Downie GolfTec Successful Student Experiences

1-1:30 p.m. Nathan Morris GolfTec Stop Your Slice!

2-2:30 p.m. Brad Skuapka GolfTec You probably have the wrong driver in your bag.

2-2:30 p.m. Dustin Miller Dustin Miller Golf at Black Bear Golf Club Creating a Better, Smarter Practice Routine That Fits You.

2-2:30 p.m. TBA

3-3:30 p.m. Nick Clearwater Golf Tec Live Driver Club Fitting

3-3:30 p.m. Jerry Walters Trent Wearner Golf Academy News Flash! Putting is Important!

Show Hours Fri. Feb. 7 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat. Feb. 8 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun. Feb. 9 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. DIVOTMagazine.com l Expo Issue 2020


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2020 DENVER GOLF EXPO EXHIBITOR LIST AND FLOOR PLAN ( As of December 24, 2020 ) Exhibitor

Booth #

Colorado Golf Association

Alabama Tourism Department


Colorado-Wyoming Optimists

19th Hole Travel, LLC

Aliante Casino+ Hotel + Spa Amazing Stim - Hidow

American Singles Golf Association (ASGA) Applewood Golf Course

Arcanum Sports Performance Arizona Golf Trails

Aurora Hills Golf Course

BGV Marketing/ Peak 8/Best of Breckenridge Birdie Ball

Birdie Bottle






Cattails Creek Golf Course

City of Arvada





Charter Financial



Bridges Golf and Country Club

Centre Hills Golf Course



Black Mesa Golf Club

Celtic Broker Inc.



Black Canyon Golf Course

Callaway Golf



Bender Gloves

Buffalo Run Golf Course



Bella Rosa Golf Course

Broadlands Golf Course



Bel Cappelli Hat Company

Bluegreen Vacations


Driving Range

1310 1204 236 611


City of Aurora Golf


City of Lakewood



Driving Range

Cobra Golf

Driving Range

Clear Vision Golf


Closest to the Pin


Colorado AvidGolfer



Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills


Quten Research


Haymaker Golf Course


Rain Wedge

Colorado Golf Hall of Fame


Coyote Springs Golf Course


Cutarelli Vision

David Musty Putters

Deer Creek Golf Course Denver Sign Factory

Discover Health and Wellness Divot Magazine

Eagle Trace Golf Club

Elmwood Golf Course

Estes Park Golf Courses Family Sports Festa Sports

Finney County CVB First Tee of Denver

Flatirons Golf Course




1009-1011 610

1248 706






Pitching Lesson Area


Fox Acres Golf Course


Global Travel Network


Fox Hollow Golf Course Golf at River Valley Ranch Golf Club Golf Gum

1000 807


Golf Loveland


Golf Summerlin


Golf Mesquite Nevada Golf the West Golf Tour Golf TLC




Golf Westminster


Grand Links



Granby Ranch


Heather Ridge Golf Club


Heritage Eagle Bend


Highland Meadows Golf Course


Homestead Golf Course


John Hutton Golf Collector


Ka'anapali and Puakea Golf Courses, Hawaii


Keystone Resort Golf


Kings Deer Golf Club


Lasik Plus


Leaf Filter


Lake Arbor Golf Course Legacy Ridge Golf Course Lenny's Golf Shop

Lifetime Windows & Siding Links @ Cobble Creek



Club Test & Driving Range

817, Long Drive Challenge 1010

Littleton Golf Course

Lone Tree Golf Course Long Drive

Loveland Olde Course

1103-1105 1103-1105



Mariana Butte Golf Course


Meadow Hills Golf Course


Meridian Health Center


Mesquite Gaming

Mile Hi Media/VIP Golf Passbook Mizuno Golf

Murphy Creek Golf Course New Mexico Golf Optimum Golf

1005 1202

Driving Range



Long Drive Challenge

Palm Springs/Oregon/Nevada/SoCal Golf/ Pronghorn Resort


Ping Golf


Pole Creek Golf Course


Pueblo Chamber of Commerce



Greater Zion Golf


Green Valley Ranch Golf Course



Grand Elk Ranch and Golf Club Grand Lake Golf Course

Gypsum Creek Golf Course


Pinnacle Performance Eyewear Pro Players Association

Driving Range

228 616


Racoon Creek Golf Course

219-221 710

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks


Renewal by Andersen


Rio Grand Club & Resort


Rockwind Community Links - City of Hobbs


Rocky Mountain Outback Hats


Rollingstone Ranch


Sassy Caddy


Saddle Rock Golf Course


South Suburban Golf Courses


Southern Nevada Regional Office/LVCVA


Spring Hill Golf Course


Steamboat Springs


SuperFlexx Eyewear


Tamarack Golf Club


Taos Country Club


TaylorMade Golf

Driving Range

TECFIT Custom Club Fitting


The Denver Post


Titleist Golf

Driving Range

Topgolf Thornton

Touchstone Golf- Applewood, Deer Creek, Fox Acres Tour Edge Golf



Driving Range

Towa Golf Club @ Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes


911, Long Putt Challenge

Treasure House of Hope

Tropicana Laughlin Casino/Los Lagos Golf Course TruPulse

Visit Montrose





Walking Stick Golf Course


Walnut Creek Golf Preserve


Westwoods Golf Course


Williston Convention & Visitors Bureau


Wilson Golf

Driving Range



Main Entrance Plaza Entrance North Side of Denver Mart Complex 451 East 58th Avenue, Denver, CO 80216

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C O L O R A D O Denver Area Courses: 85

Denver Area


Applewood Golf Course 1 (7-H) 303-279-3003 Golden Public 18R Fees: $18-$37 Opened: 1961 Designer: Press Maxwell 2 (15-H) Arrowhead Golf Club Public 18R 303-973-9614 Littleton Opened: 1972 Designer: Robert Trent Jones; Jr. Fees: $79-$149 Aurora Hills Golf Course 3 (9-P) Public 18R 303-739-1550 Aurora Fees: $30-$35 Opened: 1969 Designer: Henry Hughes Bear Creek Golf Club 4 (10-H) 303-980-8700 Denver Private 18R Fees: $150-$150 Opened: 1985 Designer: Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay 5 (16-N) Bear Dance, The Golf Club at Public 18R 303-681-4653 Larkspur Fees: $69-$115 Opened: 2002 Designer: Aurand; Bruening; Hogan Boulder Country Club 6 (1-H) 303-530-2226 Boulder Private 18R; 9P-3 Fees: N/A Opened: 1965 Designer: Press Maxwell 7 (1-J) Broadlands Golf Course 303-466-8285 Broomfield Public 18R Fees: $37-$47 Opened: 1999 Designer: Rick Phelps 8 (12-K) Broken Tee Golf Course Public 18R 303-762-2670 Englewood Opened: 1977 Designer: Phelps/Dye Design Fees: $15-$31 Buffalo Run Golf Course 9 (3-Q) Public 18R 303-289-1500 Commerce City Fees: $25-$44 Opened: 1996 Designer: Keith Foster 10 (15-N) Castle Pines Golf Club Private 18R 303-688-6022 Castle Rock Fees: N/A Opened: 1981 Designer: Jack Nicklaus 11 (15-M) Castle Pines,The Country Club at Private 18R 303-688-7400 Castle Rock Opened: 1986 Designer: Jack Nicklaus Fees: N/A Cherry Creek Country Club 12 (11-O) 303-597-0300 Denver Private 18R Fees: $125-$125 Opened: 2002 Designer: Jack Nicklaus Cherry Hills Country Club 13 (12-L) Private 18R 303-350-5200 Cherry Hills Village Opened: 1922 Designer: William Flynn Fees: $150-$150 14 (8-M) City Park Golf Course - Denver Public 18R 720-865-3410 Denver Opened: 1912 Designer: Tom Bendelow Fees: $26-$35 ClubCorp at Black Bear Golf Club 15 (15-R) 303-840-3100 Parker Private 18R Fees: N/A Opened: 1996 Designer: Jeff Brauer ClubCorp at Blackstone Country Club 16 (13-S) Private 18R 303-680-0245 Aurora Fees: N/A Opened: 2006 Designer: Jay Morrish Coal Creek Golf Course 17 (2-H) Public 18R 303-666-7888 Louisville Fees: $20-$49 Opened: 1989 Designer: Dick Phelps Colorado Golf Club 18 (16-Q) Private 18R 303-840-5400 Parker Fees: $100-$125 Opened: 2006 Designer: Bill Coore; Ben Crenshaw Colorado National Golf Club 19 (1-K) Public 18R 303-926-1723 Erie Fees: $45-$85 Opened: 2003 Designer: Jay Morrish Columbine Country Club 20 (13-K) Private 18R 303-794-6333 Columbine Valley Fees: $100-$100 Opened: 1955 Designer: Henry Hughes CommonGround Golf Course 21 (8-P) Public 18R; 9P-3 303-340-1520 Aurora Fees: $35-$60 Opened: 2009 Designer: Tom Doak Deer Creek Golf Club at Meadow Ranch 22 (13-H) Semi-Private 18R 303-978-1800 Littleton Fees: $50-$70 Opened: 2000 Designer: Scott Miller Denver Country Club 23 (9-M) Private 18R 303-733-2441 Denver Fees: N/A Opened: 1887 Designer: Foulis/Flynn/Coorer/Hanse Eagle Trace Golf Club 24 (2-J) Public 18R 303-466-3322 Broomfield Fees: $29-$42 Opened: 1963 Designer: Dick Phelps Emerald Greens Golf Club 25 (9-O) Public 9P-3 303-366-3133 Denver Fees: $8-$11 Opened: 1965 Designer: Henry B. Hughes Evergreen Golf Course 26 (10-F) Public 18R 303-674-6351 Evergreen Fees: $22-$30 Opened: 1923 Designer: Babe Lind Flatirons Golf Course 27 (1-H) Public 18R 303-442-7851 Boulder Fees: $25-$39 Opened: 1938 Designer: William H. Tucker Foothills Golf Course 28 (12-I) Public 18R 303-409-2400 Denver Fees: $6-$40 Opened: 1971 Designer: Dick Phelps Fossil Trace Golf Club 29 (8-G) Public 18R 303-277-8750 Golden Fees: $31-$71 Opened: 2003 Designer: James J. Engh Fox Hollow Golf Course 30 (10-I) Public 27R 303-986-7888 Lakewood Fees: $24-$60 Opened: 1993 Designer: Denis Griffiths Glenmoor Country Club 31 (12-M) Private 18R 303-781-0400 Cherry Hills Village Fees: $80-$95 Opened: 1985 Designer: Pete Dye/Perry Dye Green Valley Ranch Golf Club 32 (7-R) Public 18R 303-371-3131 Denver Fees: $30-$72 Opened: 2001 Designer: Perry Dye Greenway Park Golf Course 33 (3-I) Public 9P-3 303-466-3729 Broomfield Fees: $7-$9 Opened: 1971 Designer: Unknown Harvard Gulch Golf Course 34 (11-M) Public 9P-3 303-698-4078 Denver Fees: $9-$9 Opened: 1982 Designer: Babe Lind Heather Gardens Golf Course 35 (11-R) Public 9E 303-751-2390 Aurora Fees: $15-$15 Opened: 1973 Designer: Dick Phelps


Front Range North Courses: 44

Front Range South Courses: 36

Maps not to scale. Course fees provided as a guideline. Contact individual cours

36 (10-Q) Heather Ridge, The Golf Club at Public 18R 303-755-3550 Aurora Fees: $14-$32 Opened: 1973 Designer: Dick Phelps Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club 37 (12-S) 303-400-6700 Aurora Semi-Private 18R Fees: $40-$71 Opened: 2000 Designer: Arthur Hills 38 (14-L) Highlands Ranch Golf Club Semi-Private 18R 303-471-0000 Highlands Ranch Opened: 1998 Designer: Hale Irwin Fees: $40-$73 Hiwan Golf Club 39 (9-G) Private 18R 303-674-3369 Evergreen Fees: $85-$85 Opened: 1962 Designer: Press Maxwell Homestead Golf Course, The 40 (11-I) 720-963-5181 Lakewood Public 18E Fees: $15-$40 Opened: 2002 Designer: Denis Griffiths Hyland Hills, Greg Mastriona Courses at 41 (4-J) Public 18R 303-428-6526 Westminster Fees: $25-$37 Opened: 1963 Designer: Hughes/Hummel Indian Peaks Golf Course 42 (1-I) 303-666-4706 Lafayette Public 18R Fees: $40-$53 Opened: 1993 Designer: Hale Irwin/Dick Phelps 43 (5-I) Indian Tree Golf Course 303-403-2542 Arvada Public 18R Fees: $33-$37 Opened: 1970 Designer: Dick Phelps 44 (13-O) Inverness Hotel & Golf Club Resort 18R 303-397-7878 Englewood Opened: 1974 Designer: Press Maxwell Fees: $115-$115 Kennedy Golf Course 45 (12-P) Public 27R 720-865-0720 Denver Fees: $27-$37 Opened: 1965 Designer: Dick Phelps 46 (4-J) Lake Arbor Golf Club Public 18R 720-898-7360 Arvada Fees: $23-$27 Opened: 1973 Designer: Gordon Reusink 47 (8-J) Lakewood Country Club Private 18R 303-233-0503 Lakewood Opened: 1908 Designer: T. Bendelow/D. Ross Fees: $90-$110 Legacy Ridge Golf Course 48 (3-J) 303-438-8997 Westminster Public 18R Fees: $24-$47 Opened: 1994 Designer: Arthur Hills Links Golf Course, The 49 (14-M) Public 18E 303-470-9292 Highlands Ranch Opened: 1985 Designer: Dick Phelps Fees: $16-$36 50 (13-K) Littleton Golf & Tennis Club Public 18E 303-794-5838 Littleton Opened: 1986 Designer: Dick Phelps Fees: $21-$35 Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel 51 (14-N) 303-799-9940 Lone Tree Public 18R Fees: $49-$68 Opened: 1985 Designer: Palmer/Seay Meadow Hills Golf Course 52 (12-O) Public 18R 303-690-2500 Aurora Fees: $34-$41 Opened: 1957 Designer: Henry Hughes Meadows Golf Club, The 53 (12-H) Public 18R 303-409-2250 Littleton Fees: $10-$47 Opened: 1984 Designer: Phelps/Benz Meridian Golf Club 54 (14-O) Private 18R 303-799-4043 Englewood Fees: $75-$95 Opened: 1984 Designer: Jack Nicklaus Murphy Creek Golf Course 55 (10-S) Public 18R 303-739-1560 Aurora Fees: $37-$47 Opened: 2000 Designer: Ken Kavanaugh Omni Interlocken Resort Golf Club 56 (3-H) Resort 27R 303-464-9000 Broomfield Fees: $105-$130 Opened: 1999 Designer: David Graham Overland Park Golf Course 57 (11-K) Public 18R 720-865-0430 Denver Fees: $27-$39 Opened: 1895 Designer: W. H. Tucker; Sr./W. F. Bell Park Hill Golf Club 58 (7-N) Public 18R 303-333-5411 Denver Fees: $25-$45 Opened: 1931 Designer: Clark Hamilton Perry Park Country Club 59 (16-K) Private 18R 303-681-3186 Larkspur Fees: $85-$95 Opened: 1969 Designer: Dick Phelps Pinehurst Country Club 60 (12-J) Private 18R; 9R 303-985-1559 Denver Fees: $80-$95 Opened: 1960 Designer: Press Maxwell Pinery Country Club, The 61 (15-R) Private 27R 303-841-2850 Parker Fees: $75-$85 Opened: 1972 Designer: David Bingham Plum Creek Golf Club 62 (16-O) Public 18R 303-660-2200 Castle Rock Fees: $32-$69 Opened: 1984 Designer: Pete Dye Pradera, The Club at 63 (15-Q) Private 18R 303-607-5700 Parker Fees: N/A Opened: 2005 Designer: James J. Engh Raccoon Creek Golf Course 64 (13-J) Public 18R 303-932-0199 Littleton Fees: $29-$53 Opened: 1983 Designer: Dick Phelps Ranch Country Club, The 65 (3-K) Private 18R 303-466-2111 Westminster Fees: $55-$55 Opened: 1974 Designer: Dick Phelps Ravenna, The Club at 66 (14-H) Private 18R 720-981-6000 Littleton Fees: N/A Opened: 2007 Designer: Jay Morrish Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course 67 (16-N) Public 18R 720-733-3500 Castle Rock Fees: $50-$85 Opened: 1999 Designer: James J. Engh Red Rocks Country Clubv 68 (12-G) Private 18R 303-697-8008 Morrison Fees: $100-$100 Opened: 1975 Designer: Harwood/Phelps Ridge at Castle Pines North, The 69 (15-N) Public 18R 303-688-0100 Castle Rock Fees: $80-$145 Opened: 1997 Designer: Tom Weiskopf Riverdale Dunes Golf Courses 70 (2-N) Public 36R 303-659-6700 Brighton Fees: $26-$46 Opened: 1985 Designer: Pete & Perry Dye Rolling Hills, The Club at 71 (7-H) Private 18R 303-279-7858 Golden Fees: $80-$115 Opened: 1955 Designer: P. Maxwell/D. Phelps

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72 (13-R) Saddle Rock Golf Course Public 18R 303-699-3939 Aurora Fees: $13-$54 Opened: 1997 Designer: Dick Phelps Sanctuary 73 (14-M) 303-224-2860 Sedalia Private 18R Fees: N/A Opened: 1997 Designer: Jim Engh South Suburban Family Sports Center 74 (12-O) Public 9E 303-649-1115 Centennial Opened: 1998 Designer: Rick Phelps Fees: $8.50-$19 South Suburban Golf Course 75 (13-M) Public 18R 303-770-5508 Centennial Fees: $20-$48 Opened: 1973 Designer: Dick Phelps Southglenn Country Club 76 (13-N) 303-798-1656 Centennial Private 9P-3 Fees: N/A Opened: 1965 Designer: Unknown 77 (8-R) Springhill Golf Course Public 18E 303-739-6854 Aurora Fees: $20-$33 Opened: 1973 Designer: Dick Phelps Stoney Creek Executive 9 Course 78 (4-H) 303-431-9268 Arvada Public 9E Fees: $13-$13 Opened: 1998 Designer: Tim Root 79 (2-L) Thorncreek Golf Club 303-450-7055 Thornton Public 18R Fees: $20-$40 Opened: 1992 Designer: Finger/Spann/Dye 80 (1-L) Todd Creek Golf Club Semi-Private 18R 303-655-1779 Thornton Opened: 2007 Designer: Arthur Hills Fees: $30-$72 Valley Country Club 81 (13-Q) Private 18R 303-690-6377 Centennial Fees: $80-$90 Opened: 1956 Designer: William Bell 82 (3-H) Walnut Creek Golf Preserve Public 18R 303-469-2974 Westminster Fees: $10-$45 Opened: 1999 Designer: Michael Hurdzan 83 (11-M) Wellshire Golf Course Public 18R 720.865.0443 Denver Opened: 1926 Designer: Ross/Hughes Fees: $20-$39 West Woods Golf Club 84 (6-H) 720-898-7370 Arvada Public 27R Fees: $21-$44 Opened: 1994 Designer: Dick Phelps Willis Case Golf Course 85 (5-J) Public 18R 720-865-0700 Denver Opened: 1928 Designer: El Jebel/City of Denver Fees: $35-$54

Front Range North


Ballyneal 1 (21-X) 970-854-5900 Holyoke Private 18R Fees: N/A Opened: 2006 Designer: Tom Doak Bella Rosa Municipal Golf Course 2 (22-N) Public 9R 303-678-2940 Frederick Fees: $7-$20 Opened: 2006 Designer: Unknown Boomerang Golf Links 3 (20-O) Public 18R 970-351-8934 Greeley Fees: $20-$33 Opened: 1991 Designer: Bill Neff Cattail Creek Golf Course 4 (20-N) Public 9P-3 970-663-5310 Loveland Fees: $11-$11 Opened: 1991 Designer: Dick Phelps City Park Nine Golf Course 5 (19-M) Public 9R 970-221-6650 Fort Collins Fees: $14-$19 Opened: 1940 Designer: Ft. Collins Golf Association Collindale Golf Course 6 (18-N) Public 18R 970-221-6651 Fort Collins Fees: $35-$37 Opened: 1971 Designer: Frank Hummel Coyote Creek Golf Course 7 (22-O) Public 18R 303-857-6152 Fort Lupton Fees: $27-$33 Opened: 1999 Designer: Matt Eccles Eaton Country Club 8 (19-Q) Private 18R 970-454-2587 Eaton Fees: $40-$54 Opened: 1923 Designer: Frank Baumgarner F&H Park and Recreation District 9 (20-W) Public 9R 970-774-6362 Haxtun Fees: $14-$14 Opened: 1972 Designer: Marty Johnson Fort Collins Country Club 10 (18-N) Private 18R 970-482-9988 Fort Collins Fees: $45-$175 Opened: 1960 Designer: Henry Hughes Fox Hill Club, The 11 (22-N) Private 18R 303-651-7600 Longmont Fees: $60-$70 Opened: 1972 Designer: Frank Hummel Greeley Country Club 12 (20-P) Private 18R 970-353-2431 Greeley Fees: $115-$115 Opened: 1920 Designer: Maxwell/Bendelow Harmony Club 13 (19-O) Private 18R 970-482-4653 Timnath Fees: N/A Opened: 2007 Designer: James J. Engh Haystack Mountain Golf Course 14 (22-N) Public 9E 303-530-1400 Niwot Fees: $11-$19 Opened: 1966 Designer: Ebel Family Highland Hills Golf Course 15 (21-P) Public 18R 970-330-7327 Greeley Fees: $19-$35 Opened: 1960 Designer: Hughes/Hummel Highland Meadows Golf Course 16 (19-O) Public 18R 970-204-4653 Windsor Fees: $40-$69 Opened: 2004 Designer: Art Schaupeter Holyoke Golf Club 17 (20-X) Public 9R 970-854-3200 Holyoke Fees: $12-$20 Opened: 1972 Designer: Unknown Lake Valley Golf Club 18 (22-M) Private 18R 303-444-2114 Niwot Fees: $47-$75 Opened: 1964 Designer: Press Maxwell Mad Russian Golf Course, The 19 (20-O) Public 18R 970-587-5157 Milliken Fees: $18-$32 Opened: 1987 Designer: Bob Ehrlich Mariana Butte Golf Course 20 (20-N) Public 18R 970-667-8308 Loveland Fees: $23-$43 Opened: 1992 Designer: Dick Phelps Mountain Vista Greens Golf Course 21 (18-O) Public 9R 970-482-4847 Fort Collins Fees: $16-$20 Opened: 1992 Designer: Garrison/Tawara

22 (19-U) Northeastern 18 Public 18R 970-522-2836 Sterling Fees: $29-$47 Opened: 1916 Designer: Henry Hughes Olde Course at Loveland, The 23 (20-N) 970-667-5256 Loveland Public 18R Fees: $33-$33 Opened: 1960 Designer: Hughes/D. Phelps 24 (21-W) On the Green Golf Course Public 9R 970-848-2812 Yuma Opened: 1970 Designer: Unknown Fees: $12-$14 Pelican Lakes Golf & Country Club 25 (20-O) Semi-Private 18R; 9R 970-674-0930 Windsor Fees: $69-$69 Opened: 1999 Designer: Ted Robinson Sr. Petteys Park, The Course at 26 (21-S) 970-842-5470 Brush Public 9R Fees: Unknown Opened: 1971 Designer: Frank Hummel 27 (24-W) Plainsman Golf Club Public 9R 970-358-4321 Joes Fees: $10-$10 Opened: 1964 Designer: E. Boone/O. Collette Prairie Golf Course 28 (25-W) No Phone Cope Public 9R Fees: $5-$5 Opened: 1971 Designer: John Rudnik 29 (25-X) Prairie Pines Golf Club 719-346-8207 Burlington Public 9R Fees: $15-$20 Opened: 1971 Designer: Unknown 30 (19-O) Ptarmigan Country Club Private 18R 970-226-6600 Fort Collins Opened: 1987 Designer: J. Nicklaus Signature Fees: N/A Quail Dunes Golf Course 31 (21-R) Public 18R 970-867-5990 Fort Morgan Fees: $25-$31 Opened: 1920 Designer: Henry Hughes 32 (24-R) Quint Valley Golf Club Public 9R 303-822-5295 Byers Fees: $20-$20 Opened: 2002 Designer: Jason Sherrill 33 (19-U) Riverview Golf Course Public 18R 970-522-3035 Sterling Opened: 1980 Designer: Val Heim Fees: $12-$18 Saddleback Golf Club 34 (22-O) 303-833-5000 Firestone Public 18R Fees: $28-$42 Opened: 2001 Designer: Andy Johnson Sedgwick County Golf Course 35 (17-X) Public 9R No Phone Julesburg Opened: 1985 Designer: Frank Hummel Fees: Unknown 36 (19-N) SouthRidge Golf Club Public 18R 970-416-2828 Fort Collins Opened: 1984 Designer: Frank Hummel Fees: $26-$38















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West Slope Courses: 24


37 (26-V) Stratton Golf Course 719-348-5412 Stratton Public 9R Opened: 1988 Designer: Box Hemburger Fees: $10-$10 Sunset Golf Course 38 (21-N) 303-651-8466 Longmont Public 9R Fees: $11-$22 Opened: 1922 Designer: Bink Young 39 (26-T) Tamarack Golf Course 719-775-9461 Limon Public 9R Fees: $18-$24 Opened: 1967 Designer: Henry Hughes 40 (21-N) Twin Peaks Golf Course Public 18R 303-651-8401 Longmont Opened: 1978 Designer: Frank Hummel Fees: $10-$31 TPC Colorado 41 (20-M) 970-663-5063 Longmont Semi-Private 18R Fees: TBD Opened: 2019 Designer: Arthur Schaupeter 42 (21-N) Ute Creek Golf Course Public 18R 303-774-4342 Longmont Opened: 1997 Designer: R Trent Jones; Jr. Fees: $44 Washington County Golf Club 43 (21-U) Public 9R 970-345-2309 Akron Opened: 1972 Designer: Unknown Fees: $20 - $25 Wray Country Club 44 (22-X) 970-332-5934 Wray Public 9R Fees: $15-$17 Opened: 1962 Designer: Frank Hummel

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Antler Creek Golf Course 1 (27-Q) 719-494-1900 Falcon Public 18R Opened: 2004 Designer: Rick Phelps Fees: $42-$52 Broadmoor Golf Club 2 (29-O) 719-577-5790 Colorado Springs Resort 54R Fees: $75-$280 Opened: 1918 Designer: Ross; R T.Jones; Nicklaus 3 (28-P) Cherokee Ridge Golf Course Public 9R 719-597-2637 Colorado Springs Fees: $14-$32 Opened: 1971 Designer: Press Maxwell Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club at Fort Carson 4 (30-P) Military 18R 719-526-4122 Fort Carson Fees: $30-$35 Opened: 1971 Designer: Dick Phelp Colorado Springs Country Club 5 (28-O) Private 18R 719-473-1782 Colorado Springs Fees: $55-$70 Opened: 1954 Designer: Dick Phelps 6 (33-R) Cottonwood Links Golf Club 719-263-4500 Fowler Public 9R Opened: 1994 Designer: Lee Terry Fees: $16-$16

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7 (27-O) Country Club at Woodmoor 719-884-7243 Monument Semi-Private 18R Opened: 1969 Designer: J. Press Maxwell Fees: $35-$65 Country Club of Colorado 8 (30-O) 719-538-4095 Colorado Springs Private 18R Fees: $110-$135 Opened: 1973 Designer: Pete Dye 9 (31-P) Desert Hawk at Pueblo West 719-547-2280 Pueblo West Public 18R Fees: $28-$30 Opened: 1972 Designer: Johnny Bulla 10 (31-V) Eads Golf Course Public 9R No Phone Eads Opened: 1960 Designer: Mike Hines Fees: 5-$5 Eisenhower Golf Club 11 (27-O) 719-333-2606 Colorado Springs Military 36R Fees: $29-$65 Opened: 1963 Designer: R.T. Jones, F. Hummel 12 (32-O) Elmwood Golf Course Public 27R 719-561-4946 Pueblo Opened: 1932 Designer: WPA Project Fees: $28-$34 Flying Horse, The Club at 13 (27-P) Private 18R 719-487-2620 Colorado Springs Opened: 2005 Designer: Tom Weiskopf Fees: $80-$80 Hollydot Golf Course 14 (34-O) 719-676-3341 Colorado City Public 18R; 9R Fees: $19-$26 Opened: 1974 Designer: Frank Hummel 15 (27-T) Hugo Golf Club Public 9R No Phone Hugo Opened: 1898 Designer: Unknown Fees: $5-$5 King's Deer Golf Club 16 (27-P) 719-559-4500 Monument Semi-Private 18R Opened: 1999 Designer: Redstone G.S. Fees: $52-$62 Kissing Camels at Garden of the Gods 17 (28-O) 719-636-2520 Colorado Springs Private 27R Fees: $95-$127 Opened: 1960 Designer: P. Maxwell/M. Raithert 18 (33-T) La Junta Golf Club Public 9R 719-384-7133 La Junta Fees: $16-$21 Opened: 1950 Designer: Army Corp of Engineers Las Animas Golf Course 19 (33-V) Public 9R 719-456-2511 Las Animas Fees: $12-$12 Opened: 1984 Designer: Ray Hardy Mossland Memorial Golf Course 20 (26-U) Public 9R 719-765-4659 Flagler Fees: $10-$25 Opened: 1986 Designer: Flagler Golf Club 21 (29-P) Patty Jewett Golf Course 719-385-6934 Colorado Springs Public 27R Opened: 1898 Designer: Willie Campbell Fees: $29-$31 22 (27-O) Pine Creek Golf Club Public 18R 719-594-9999 Colorado Springs Fees: $39-$69 Opened: 1988 Designer: Dick Phelps Pueblo Country Club 23 (31-P) 719-542-2941 Pueblo Private 18R Fees: $35-$40 Opened: 1903 Designer: Henry Hughes 24 (32-S) Rocky Ford Country Club Public 9R 719-254-7528 Rocky Ford Fees: $15-$20 Opened: 1920 Designer: Unknown Sand Creek Golf Course 25 (28-P) Public 9R 719-597-5489 Colorado Springs Fees: $11-$11 Opened: 1991 Designer: Mark Fontana Silver Spruce Golf Course 26 (29-P) Military 18R 719-556-7414 Peterson AFB Fees: $20-$35 Opened: 1973 Designer: Dick Phelps Smoky River Golf Club 27 (30-X) Public 9R 719-767-5021 Cheyenne Wells Fees: $12-$12 Opened: 1991 Designer: Marty Johnson Spreading Antlers Golf Club 28 (33-W) Public 9R 719-336-5274 Lamar Fees: $14-$16 Opened: 1965 Designer: Labron Harris Spring Valley Golf Club 29 (25-P) Public 18R 303-646-4240 Elizabeth Fees: $34-$48.90 Opened: 1997 Designer: Ross Graves Springfield Municipal Golf Course 30 (36-W) Public 9R No Phone Springfield Fees: Unknown Opened: 1945 Designer: J.R. Hatcher Springs Ranch Golf Club 31 (30-P) Public 18R 719-573-4863 Colorado Springs Fees: $28-$45 Opened: 1997 Designer: Dick Phelps Sumo Golf Village, The 32 (31-O) Semi-Private 18R 719-784-4653 Florence Fees: $38-$45 Opened: 2003 Designer: Gary Player Trinidad Golf Course 33 (38-Q) Public 9R 719-846-4015 Trinidad Fees: $20-$29 Opened: 1918 Designer: Unknown Valley Hi Golf Course 34 (29-P) Public 18R 719-385-6911 Colorado Springs Fees: $29-$31 Opened: 1958 Designer: Henry Hughes Walking Stick Golf Course 35 (32-P) Public 18R 719-553-1180 Pueblo Fees: $28-$36 Opened: 1991 Designer: Arthur Hills Walsenburg Golf Course 36 (35-P) Public 9R 719-738-2730 Walsenburg Fees: $13-$20 Opened: 1966 Designer: C Young; G Aliano


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Total Colorado Golf Courses: 240

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Aspen Glen Club 1 (26-G) Private 18R 970-704-1988 Carbondale Fees: $135-$260 Opened: 1997 Designer: Nicklaus/Nicklaus; II Aspen Golf & Tennis Club 2 (27-I) Public 18R 970-429-1949 Aspen Fees: $52-$105 Opened: 1970 Designer: Frank Hummel Beaver Creek Golf Club 3 (24-H) Resort 18R 970-754-5775 Beaver Creek Fees: $100-$205 Opened: 1982 Designer: Robert T. Jones; Jr. Breckenridge Golf Club 4 (26-K) Public 27R 970-453-9104 Breckenridge Fees: $67-$117 Opened: 1987 Designer: Jack Nicklaus Catamount Ranch & Club 5 (20-H) Private 18R 970-871-9200 Steamboat Springs Fees: $200-$200 Opened: 2000 Designer: Tom Weiskopf

6 (36-L) Cattails Golf Club 719-589-9515 Alamosa Public 18R Fees: $40-$40 Opened: 1992 Designer: Dick Phelps Challenger Golf Course 7 (34-M) 719-256-4856 Crestone Public 9E Fees: $20-$20 Opened: 1974 Designer: Jim Barnes 8 (28-K) Collegiate Peaks Golf Course 719-395-8189 Buena Vista Public 9R Fees: $28-$28 Opened: 1978 Designer: Phelps/Brauer 9 (25-J) Copper Creek Golf Club Resort 18R 970-968-3333 Copper Mountain Opened: 1980 Designer: Pete & Perry Dye Fees: $29-$72 Cordillera, Club at 10 (25-H) 970-926-5100 Edwards Private 54R, 9R Fees: $250-$250 Opened: 1994 Designer: Hale Irwin 11 (25-I) Country Club of The Rockies Private 18R 970-926-3021 Edwards Opened: 1984 Designer: Jack Nicklaus Fees: $90-$135 Crested Butte, The Club at 12 (28-H) Semi-Private 18R 970-349-8603 Crested Butte Opened: 1984 Designer: Robert T. Jones; Jr. Fees: $75-$149 Dos Rios Golf Club 13 (31-H) 970-641-1482 Gunnison Semi-Private 18R Fees: $55-$70 Designer: J. Cochran/D. Phelps Opened: 1964 14 (25-H) Eagle Ranch Golf Course Public 18R 970-328-2882 Eagle Opened: 2001 Designer: Palmer/Seay Fees: $63-$99 Eagle Springs Golf Club 15 (24-H) 970-926-4404 Wolcott Private 18R Opened: 1995 Designer: Morrish/Weiskopf Fees: N/A Eagle Vail Golf Club 16 (25-I) 970-949-5267 Avon Public 18R Fees: $50-$105 Opened: 1974 Designer: Devlin/VonHagge 17 (21-M) Estes Park Golf Course Public 18R 970-586-8146 Estes Park Fees: $39-$51 Opened: 1957 Designer: Hughes/D. Phelps Four Mile Ranch Golf Club 18 (30-N) Public 18R 719-275-5400 Canon City Fees: $40-$60 Opened: 2008 Designer: James J. Engh Fox Acres, The Golf Club at 19 (18-M) Private 18R 970-881-2510 Red Feather Lakes Fees: $95-$95 Opened: 1980 Designer: John Cochran 20 (25-H) Frost Creek 970-328-2326 Eagle Private 18R Opened: 2007 Designer: Tom Weiskopf Fees: N/A 21 (24-G) Glenwood Springs Golf Club Public 9R 970-945-7086 Glenwood Springs Fees: $15-$37 Opened: 1953 Designer: Henry Hughes Golf Granby Ranch 22 (22-L) 970-887-2709 Granby Public 18R Fees: $40-$95 Opened: 2001 Designer: Mike Asmundson 23 (22-K) Grand Elk Golf Club Semi-Private 18R 877-389-9333 Granby Fees: $49-$99 Opened: 2002 Designer: C. Stadler & T. Davis Grand Lake Golf Course 24 (21-K) Public 18R 970-627-8008 Grand Lake Fees: $40-$55 Opened: 1964 Designer: Dick Phelps Gypsum Creek Golf Course 25 (25-G) Public 18R 970-524-6200 Gypsum Fees: $39-$68 Opened: 1997 Designer: Pete Dye Haymaker Golf Course 26 (20-H) Public 18R 970-870-1846 Steamboat Springs Fees: $98-$98 Opened: 1997 Designer: Keith Foster Ironbridge Golf Club 27 (25-F) Public 18R 970-384-0630 Glenwood Springs Fees: $69-$69 Opened: 2003 Designer: Arthur Hills Keystone Ranch Golf Course 28 (25-L) Resort 18R 970-496-4250 Keystone Fees: $60-$150 Opened: 1980 Designer: Robert Trent Jones; Jr. Lake Estes Executive 9 Golf Course 29 (20-M) Public 9E 970-586-8176 Estes Park Fees: $15-$18 Opened: 1971 Designer: Henry Hughes Maroon Creek Club 30 (26-I) Private 18R 970-920-1533 Aspen Fees: $350-$350 Opened: 1995 Designer: Tom Fazio Monte Vista Country Club 31 (36-K) Public 9R 719-852-4906 Monte Vista Fees: Unknown Opened: 1928 Designer: James Newman Mount Massive Golf Course 32 (27-J) Public 9R 719-486-2176 Leadville Fees: $18-$36 Opened: 1939 Designer: Adolph Kuss Mountain Meadows Golf Club 33 (18-L) Public 9E 970-881-2682 Red Feather Lakes Fees: Unknown Opened: 2000 Designer: NULL Pagosa Springs Golf Club 34 (37-G) Resort 27R 970-731-4755 Pagosa Springs Fees: $35-$86 Opened: 1972 Designer: Johnny Bulla Pole Creek Golf Club 35 (23-K) Public 27R 800-511-5076 Tabernash Fees: $69-$99 Opened: 1982 Designer: Denis Griffiths Ranch at Roaring Fork Golf Course 36 (25-H) Public 9P-3 970-963-4410 Carbondale Fees: $20-$20 Opened: 1975 Designer: Unknown Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks 37 (24-J) Semi-Private 18R 970-262-3636 Silverthorne Fees: $70-$180 Opened: 2000 Designer: Hurzdan/Fry, Lehman Red Sky Golf Club 38 (24-G) Resort 36R 970-754-8425 Wolcott Fees: $190-$250 Opened: 2002 Designer: T. Fazio; G. Norman Rio Grande Club 39 (35-I) Resort 18R 719-873-1997 South Fork Fees: $59-$109 Opened: 2001 Designer: Redstone Golf River Course at Keystone, The 40 (25-K) Resort 18R 970-496-4444 Keystone Fees: $55-$150 Opened: 2000 Designer: Hurzdan/Fry River Valley Ranch Golf Club 41 (25-G) Public 18R 970-963-3625 Carbondale Fees: $49-$99 Opened: 1997 Designer: Jay Morrish

42 (26-H) Roaring Fork Club 970-927-9100 Basalt Private 18R Opened: 1999 Designer: J. Nicklaus - Signature Fees: N/A Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club 43 (19-H) 970-879-1391 Steamboat Springs Resort 18R Fees: $105-$159 Opened: 1974 Designer: Robert Trent Jones II 44 (32-N) Saint Andrews at Westcliffe 719-783-9410 Westcliffe Public 9R Fees: $13-$13 Opened: 1988 Designer: John Manson 45 (31-L) Salida Golf Club Public 9R 719-539-1060 Salida Opened: 1926 Designer: Emmit Killian Fees: $29-$31 Shining Mountain Golf Club 46 (28-N) 719-687-7587 Woodland Park Public 18R Fees: $38-$48 Opened: 1995 Designer: John Harbottle 47 (27-H) Snowmass Club Semi-Private 18R 970-923-5700 Snowmass Village Opened: 2004 Designer: James J. Engh Fees: $120-$185 Sonnenalp Club 48 (23-I) Semi-Private 18R 970-477-5371 Edwards Opened: 1982 Designer: Morrish/Cupp Fees: $85-$170 Steamboat Golf Club 49 (20-G) 970-879-4295 Steamboat Springs Public 9R Fees: $31-$31 Opened: 1964 Designer: Dick Bondeson 50 (24-I) Vail Golf Club Public 18R 970-479-2260 Vail Opened: 1968 Designer: Ben Krueger Fees: $64-$109 Willow Creek Golf Club at Eagle Vail 51 (24-I) 970-845-7273 Avon Public 9P-3 Opened: 1974 Designer: Jan Niedziela Fees: $10-$12

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1 (27-A) Adobe Creek National Golf Course Public 27R 970-858-0521 Fruita Fees: $15-$35 Opened: 1991 Designer: Ned Wilson Battlement Mesa Golf Club 2 (27-D) Public 18R 970-285-7274 Battlement Mesa Fees: $36-$46 Opened: 1987 Designer: Finger/Dye Black Canyon Golf Course 3 (30-E) Public 18R 970-249-4653 Montrose Fees: $17-$29 Opened: 1959 Designer: Joe Francese 4 (26-C) Bookcliff Country Club 970-242-9053 Grand Junction Private 18R Opened: 1958 Designer: Dick Phelps Fees: $60-$60 5 (31-E) Bridges, The Semi-Private 18R 970-252-1119 Montrose Fees: $50-$72 Opened: 2005 Designer: Nicklaus Design Cedar Ridges Golf Course 6 (22-B) 970-675-8403 Rangely Public 9R Fees: $10-$20 Opened: 1985 Designer: Frank Hummel 7 (28-D) Cedaredge Golf Club Public 18R 970-856-7781 Cedaredge Fees: $30 - $40 Opened: 1992 Designer: Unknown Chipeta Golf Course 8 (26-B) Public 18E 970-245-7177 Grand Junction Fees: $16-$28 Opened: 1997 Designer: Wilson Golf Group Cobble Creek, The Links at 9 (31-E) Public 18R 970-240-9542 Montrose Fees: $40-$43 Opened: 1999 Designer: Craig Cherry Inc./Pinnacle Golf Conquistador Golf Course 10 (36-A) Public 18R 970-565-9208 Cortez Fees: $22-$28 Opened: 1963 Designer: Press Maxwell Dalton Ranch Golf Club 11 (36-D) Semi-Private 18R 970-247-8774 Durango Fees: $90-$120 Opened: 1993 Designer: Ken Dye Devil's Thumb Golf Club 12 (29-D) Public 18R 970-874-6262 Delta Fees: $33-$43 Opened: 2001 Designer: Rick Phelps Divide Ranch & Club 13 (32-F Semi-Private 18R 970-626-5284 Ridgway Fees: $70-$100 Opened: 1993 Designer: Coker Glacier Club, The 14 (37-E) Private 27R 970-382-6700 Durango Fees: N/A Opened: 2004 Designer: A Hills/H Irwin/T Schoeder Hillcrest Golf Club 15 (37-E) Public 18R 970-247-1499 Durango Fees: $36-$36 Opened: 1971 Designer: Frank Hummel Hunter's Run Golf Course 16 (38-F) Public 18R 970-884-9785 Ignacio Fees: $11-$20 Opened: 1997 Designer: Unknown Lakota Canyon Ranch Golf Club 17 (25-F) Public 18R 970-984-9700 New Castle Fees: $69-$94 Opened: 2004 Designer: James J. Engh Lincoln Park Golf Course 18 (28-B) Public 9R 970-242-6394 Grand Junction Fees: $16-$16 Opened: 1926 Designer: Unknown Meeker Golf Course 19 (23-D) Public 9R 970-878-5642 Meeker Fees: $25 Opened: 1969 Designer: Henry Hughes Redlands Mesa, The Golf Club at 20 (27-B) Public 18R 970-263-9270 Grand Junction Fees: $50-$70 Opened: 2001 Designer: James J. Engh Rifle Creek Golf Course 21 (24-F) Public 18R 970-625-1093 Rifle Fees: $59-$59 Opened: 1960 Designer: Dick Phelps Telluride Ski & Golf Club 22 (34-E) Semi-Private 18R 970-728-2606 Telluride Fees: $165-$205 Opened: 1992 Designer: Telluride Ski & Golf Club Tiara Rado Golf Course 23 (28-A) Public 18R 970-254-3830 Grand Junction Fees: $36-$39 Opened: 1972 Designer: T Kolacny/Phelps Atkinson Yampa Valley Golf Course 24 (20-E) Public 18R 970-824-3673 Craig Fees: $20-$40 Opened: 1967 Designer: William Neff

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Pro Tip

Want longer drives? A shorter driver shaft might be the key.


If you’re struggling off of the tee, the length of your driver might be one factor that’s holding you back, By: Sabrina Naccarato DIVOT Contributing Writer

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We compare a lot of things to the pros, from their swings to what they have in their bags. And when we look at their drivers, we typically see one commonality, their driver shaft length. You might be surprised that most pros have an average driver shaft length of 44.25″, that’s at least an inch shorter than your standard off-the-rack driver shaft. You might be thinking “well wouldn’t a driver with a longer shaft go farther?” For most


golfers, it’s the opposite.

Shorter & More Consistent

So there has to be a reason why these shorter drivers go farther, right? It all comes down to consistency. Looking at the two pictures one is from a driver with a 45.25″ shaft. There’s no consistent pattern, and that has a lot do with the shaft being a little too long for that particular golfer. And because of that, I can almost guarantee this golfer struggles with distance. When we put this golfer into a shorter shaft, to no surprise, his shot pattern became more consistent and centered. Hitting the center of the face not only will help control those shots that hardly ever find the fairway, but you’ll see your distance increase as well. Now, we’re not saying changing out your shaft will completely overhaul your long game, but it’ll for sure help. Between the length of the shaft and all the other different factors that make up a shaft’s composition, figuring out what you need on your own is nearly impossible. The only way to pinpoint what’s best for you is to try different shafts with the help of an expert fitter at GOLFTEC. Sabrina Naccarato is a former DII collegiate golfer at MSU Denver, Sabrina has written hundreds of articles for the GOLFTEC Scramble as both herself and part of the GOLFTEC Digital moniker, produces lesson and ad videos for Instagram and Facebook and manages all of GOLFTEC's social media accounts. D

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Course Feature

Los Cabos, Mexico (Nov. 13, 2019) – To commemorate the 2014 debut of Quivira Golf Club, the epic Jack Nicklaus-designed course etched across a dazzling site at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Pueblo Bonito Golf & Spa Resorts has put together a special package for golf enthusiasts. Opened to acclaim on Dec. 4, 2014, the Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Quivira has been recognized as one of the finest resort venues in the hemisphere. It has been voted to Golf Digest’s elite roster of the “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” and is ranked No. 2 on Golfweek’s list of the “Top 50 Courses in the Caribbean and Mexico.” Created as an exclusive amenity for guests of Pueblo Bonito Golf & Spa Resorts and Quivira Los Cabos residents, the bold 18

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risk-reward design, marked by sheer granite cliffs, massive windswept dunes and rolling desert foothills, features breathtaking views and dizzying drops from tee to fairway. In a sun-splashed destination celebrated for its unique ocean-desert-mountain ecosystem, Quivira boasts more oceanfront exposure than any other course in town. This 7,085yard, par-72 tour de force presents an unforgettable test from any set of tees and offers players the biggest “wow” factor in Cabo. “Our team worked with the canvas Mother Nature provided to create what we hope is one of the most spectacular courses in the world,” Nicklaus said when the course opened five years ago. “This property afforded us a rare opportunity because of its topographic diversity and natural environment.”

Completing the experience at Quivira Golf Club is a stylish, thatched-roof clubhouse that offers a large rectangular bar, a casual steakhouse and ample outdoor seating overlooking the sea. Adjacent to the clubhouse is a spacious double-ended driving range that parallels the ocean within earshot of the thudding surf. There’s also an elongated practice putting green and a short-game practice area. In addition to two rounds of golf and deluxe accommodations at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort, an adults-only, all-inclusive beachfront property located within Quivira Los Cabos, a range of enticing perks and amenities boosts the appeal of the ‘5 th Anniversary Package.’ • Course Primer. Players are treated to a

‘local knowledge’ briefing before the round by director of golf Antonio Reynante and his staff on how to play the course successfully. Topics include proper tee selection for one’s ability level and prudent risk-reward strategy at key holes. • Hole-in-One Sweepstakes. Make an ace at the par-3 ninth hole, and you’ll win a complementary 7-night VIP golf vacation for four players at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica and Quivira Golf Club. • Anniversary Cocktail. At the beachfront Quivira Clubhouse, players can toast the club’s 5 th birthday with a special “Cocktel” created by the staff’s expert mixologists: Pitaya soda, vodka and Damiana infusion, mango foam with smoked morita pepper salt.

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Special ‘5th Anniversary Package’ at Quivira Golf Club Experience showcases world-class golf, superb accommodations, VIP perks.

• Anniversary Dish. The culinary team at the Quivira Clubhouse has created a unique Baja dish made with locally sourced ingredients to celebrate the club’s anniversary. This exceptional “Platillo” is composed of braised octopus with shrimp from the Sea of Cortes, chickpea hummus, pickled kabuchi and red onion.

package features a nightly Sunset Golf Cart Tour that transports guests from sea level to the Cliffs comfort station, an exalted perch 275 feet above the thrashing surf. The cart tour also swings by the old lighthouse (circa 1905) and stops at the Oasis for complimentary refreshments.

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About Quivira Los Cabos Quivira (pronounced key-vee-ra), Mexico’s premier luxury residential resort community, is situated at Land’s End on the Baja Peninsula, with more than three Pricing for the ‘5 th Anniversary Package’ miles of pristine golden beaches, picturesque • Golfer’s Massage. The ‘5 th Anniversary starts at $2,367 per person for a deluxe desert cliffs and panoramic ocean views. This Package’ package also includes a one- room at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica or at $3,605 exclusive 1,850-acre master-planned comhour Golfer’s Massage at Pacifica’s award- for a Private Pool Suite at The Towers at Paci- munity, founded by renowned resort developer winning Armonia Spa. The treatment, fica, double occupancy, depending on dates Ernesto Coppel, is a paradise of elegance, designed to relieve tension and fatigue, and choice of accommodations. The package serenity and service. Within Quivira, resort also heals and stimulates sore muscles. offer runs from now through April 30, 2020, guests at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, The Towers at Pacifica, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, or The spa’s exclusive line of organic prod- subject to availability. Montecristo Estates Luxury Villas, and resiucts is used in all body treatments. • SunFor additional information or to book the dents of the Copala and Coronado communiset Golf Cart Tour. Traveling with non-golfers who want to see for them- 5 th Anniversary Package, please call 1-800- ties have access to Quivira Club. Occupying a selves what all the fuss is about? The 990-8250. For more information regarding spectacular natural landscape, Quivira Golf

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