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Vol 25 No 3

Your Guide to Golf in Colorado

Summer 2017

Fitzsimons Golf Course... Say Goodbye to an Old Friend page 32

Enjoy a true mountain golf experience just minutes away from Denver page 30 Grand Junction Golf Escape page 29

Your Guide to Golf in Colorado

Summer Issue 2017 Volume 25

Number 3

Publisher / President Karl O’Keefe

Inside Eagle Ranch Golf Club and the Environment

Only muni in the world to own a Nicklaus design



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The only muni in the world to own a Nicklaus designed, 27-hole golf course he Town of Breckenridge, Colorado can boast that it is the only municipality in the world to own a Jack Nicklaus designed, 27-hole golf course. Breckenridge opened the Bear nine in 1985. The Bear was the first nine to grace the landscape known to Breckenridge's early day miners as Buffalo Flats. The miners certainly did not imagine golf in such an environment. What was once a tent city of miners seeking fortunes of gold, the landscape now is a challenging golf course with players seeking pars and birdies. The challenges for today’s golfer are quite similar to yesterday’s miners nothing comes easy. The second nine to open, in 1987, was the Beaver. A venture to the left of holes 6, 7, and 8 and you will notice rock piles; "tailings" as the miners called them, leftover from the days of gold mining in the area. The miners were not the only creatures to leave their mark on the topography. The Beaver nine takes its’ name from the beaver ponds that are scattered along holes 6, 8, and 9. Don’t blame Jack Nicklaus for this design work. The beavers created the habitat and Nicklaus left it in place for your


enjoyment. The success of the original 18 holes, prompted Town officials expand the facility. In 2001 the Elk nine opened giving golfer’s 27-holes to play. The Elk offers the most elevation change of the three nines, as well as the beautiful panoramic views of the Ten-Mile mountain range.

Playing at 9300+ feet in elevation, each nine offers a mountain golf experience. Panoramic views of the snowcapped Colorado Rockies can be seen on every hole. Dense wooded areas give way to open native grassland and wetland areas. It is not uncommon to spot wildlife during your round including beaver, deer, elk, moose

and sometimes even a bear. With the fantastic views and wildlife you realize a round at Breckenridge is more than just golf! Come see for yourself what make Breckenridge so special! For additional information about Breckenridge or to book a tee time visit www.Breckenridgegolfclub.com D

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Eagle Ranch Golf Club and the Environment Since the course opened in 2001, one of the primary goals of Eagle Ranch Golf Club in Eagle, Colorado has been to actually improve the environment around them. Thanks to the hard work of their Superintendent, Derek Rose and his staff, they acquired the status of Certified Audubon Sanctuary in 2003 and have maintained this status since. To be a Certified Audubon Sanctuary, they complete a process to monitor and improve water quality, water conservation and provide wildlife habitat. Courses must renew their certification every two years. Each time they renew, a new project must be included, which further enhances the environmental contributions. In the past, Eagle Ranch has placed bluebird houses around the course, perches for birds of prey, reduced the area of irrigated grass and even started a couple beehives! “Everyone is looking forward to harvesting some more honey this year and, of course, we appreciate those bees buzzing around town pollenating as they go,” says Rose. “And we are very excited about the installation of solar panels on our Cart Barn Storage Facility and our Turfgrass Maintenance Facility this Spring,” he continued. Sunsense Solar performed their installation. Since the golf course is part of the Eagle Ranch Metropolitan District, they qualified for a 40% rebate from Holy Cross Energy for the cost of the system, which made the

Solar panels Beehives

project financially viable. With electric golf carts and maintenance carts, you can imagine that these buildings use quite a bit of power. It is estimated that the Cart Barn solar system will offset 65% of the electrical power usage and the Maintenance Facility solar system will offset close to 90%. Not only will these systems save the course thousands of dollars over the life of the system, but they will also help conserve electricity usage requirements from other limited natural resources. Of course, the most important goal of Eagle Ranch is to provide a beautiful and fun golf course with great staff and fun events and programs, but it’s good to know that they care about making the world around us better, too! For more info visit www.eagleranchgolf.com D

Grant Olinger Beats Charles Chon in a Father’s Day playoff finish After the first day of play at the annual Denver City Amateur Championship, both the men’s and senior leaders came in under par at 69 and 67 respectively. Last year’s winners in both flights were looking to defend with Owen Ellis in a three-shot lead in the Senior Championship, and Adam Neville in a threeway tie for first shooting 69 for the Men’s Championship. In the Men’s Championship, the day started with a three-way tie between last year’s champion, Adam Nevill (Denver), Sam Marley (Centennial, and Grant Olinger (Arvada). The close race ended When Grant Olinger beat Charles Chon (Aurora) in a one hole playoff after tying with a two day total of136. Ryan Auxland (Aurora) received 3rd place with a 137 two-day total. In the Senior Men’s Championship, Owen Ellis (Boulder) didn’t have enough to hold on to his title shooting 73 today for a two-day total of 140. He fell to Brian Woody (Castle Pines) who fired a 68 today with a two-day total of 138 just edging out Ellis. To add to the excitement of the day,

Grant Olinger

Benjamin Menlove got a hole in one on the par three 178 yard #7. The venue, City Park, is one of Denver’s most distinguished golf courses. Denver’s first municipal course, City Park is a challenging venue with small sloping greens, tight fairways and unique bunkering. Built in 1912, this course provides an amazing urban golf experience with fantastic views of the city skyline and mountains. In addition to City Park Golf Course, Denver Golf has eight venues with outstanding course conditions at the most affordable prices. From urban golf settings to mountain vistas, you will find it all here in Denver. If you live anywhere in the Denver Metro area there is bound to be a course right in your back yard. D

Eagle Ranch Golf Club is located in the beautiful small town of Eagle, Colorado, just 30 minutes from Vail. The majestic Colorado Rocky Mountains provide a spectacular setting for this Arnold Palmer Signature Design Course. The course opened in 2001 as part of a new, master-planned residential community called Eagle Ranch. With the addition of the golf course and other fantastic amenities such as an outdoor pool, ice rink, recreation trails and fitness center, Eagle is an idyllic place to live and play. Even with the proximity to world-class ski areas, Eagle is known for its “hole in the sky”, meaning we enjoy a long golf season from late March to early November. Stay & Play! $99 per person Americinn Lodge & Suites (970) 328-5155 www.americinn.com/hotels/co/eagle 10

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WELCOME TO THE GOLF CLUB AT FOX ACRES What began as a family getaway, over the course of almost a half century, The Golf Club at Fox Acres has become a unique retreat where the woes of the outside world can be replaced by a multitude of entertaining outdoor activities, especially golf. The golf club, which began life as 38 pine-laden acres and a log cabin, has grown more than tenfold and the club now includes 15 lakes, trails for skiing and fishing. In short, Fox Acres is a refuge in which the splendors of nature can be

absorbed in all the ways that can bring a family together – whether it be day spent fishing, an early morning hike through a flowering meadow or the mere silent contemplation of the overwhelming serenity. And for those who are addicted to Golf all 18 holes Fox Acres provides one of the most acclaimed golfing getaways in the state, with holes that meander through the rock outcroppings and the trees that close in to form a barrier against the outside world.

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Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course Joins Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program he Red Hawk Ridge Municipal Golf Course has received certification in Environmental Planning from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses (ACSP), an international program administered by Audubon International designed to help landowners preserve and enhance the environmental quality of their property. The plan was developed by Jon Holland, Golf Course Superintendent, who is also recognized for his effort to plan for environmental stewardship. The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses provides an advisory service to help existing golf courses develop effective conservation and wildlife enhancement programs. This worldwide effort is coordinated by Audubon International and is sponsored in part by the United States Golf Association. "The open space of a golf course is utilized not only by golfers, but is habitat for a variety of wildlife species," explained Jim Sluiter, Staff Ecologist for Audubon International. "We welcome Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course’s commitment to the environment and to managing the golf course with wildlife in mind."


By joining and participating in the ACSP, Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course will be involved in projects that enhance habitat for wildlife and preserve natural resources

for the benefit of the local community. These projects may include: placing nesting boxes for cavity-nesting birds such as bluebirds and swallows, utilizing integrated

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pest management techniques, conserving water, and maintaining food and cover for wildlife. "The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program benefits both people and wildlife," said Sluiter. "It's a great way for the managers of developed properties and environmental organizations to work together to become better stewards of land and natural resources." After the environmental plan is approved, properties in the program may apply for certification in Wildlife and Habitat Management, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, Water Quality Management, and Outreach and Education by demonstrating that they have met minimum requirements for each category. Audubon International is an environmental organization dedicated to educating, assisting, and inspiring millions of people from all walks of life to protect and sustain the land, water, wildlife, and natural resources around them. In addition to businesses, Audubon International also provides programs for golf courses, schools, communities, and new developments. For more information visit www.auduboninternational.org. D


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Sand Hollow Resort Supports Local Non-Profits and Hollow Resort in Hurricane, Utah proudly sponsored a charity golf event for The Community Soup Kitchen, a division of Switchpoint Community Resource Center (Switchpoint). The annual event raised $22,000 for the non-profit organization that serves the Greater St. George community by easing the burden of hunger for the working poor, students, elderly, and the homeless. In addition to preparing 40,000 meals a year, Switchpoint offers lodging and housing assistance, counseling, hygiene resources, and job placement assistance. “This was the third year we sponsored the event, which has raised $48,000 over the past three years.” commented Adam Jasperson, General Manager, Resort Operations. “We were thrilled to provide the beautiful backdrop of our award-winning Championship course for the 134 golfers who participated.” Other local vendors contributed food and raffle prizes. Throughout the year, Sand Hollow


Resort employees will also volunteer their time to help prepare and serve meals at the Soup Kitchen. Entrepreneur and philanthropist, Robert Roche, President of Roche Enterprises, the parent company of Sand Hollow Resort stated, “We are proud to support these local non-profit organizations that reach out and assist the most vulnerable members of the community.” Roche has a long tradition of generously supporting the communities where he does business. Sand Hollow Resort is a premier destination to Escape. Play. Discover. Relax. Home of Utah’s favorite golf course, the resort also offers local opportunities for boating, motor sports, biking, and hiking at Sand Hollow Reservoir, the Sand Mountain Dunes, and Utah's top-rated Zion National Park. Reasonably-priced full time, seasonal, and overnight rental options provide a spectacular backdrop to relax and unwind. For more information, visit: www.sandhollowresorts.com. D

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South Suburban Parks and Rec debuts new Clubhouse at South Suburban Golf Course Come play a championship golf course and visit our new championship clubhouse! ome play a championship golf course and visit our new championship clubhouse! South Suburban Golf Course Clubhouse will officially open in July with an Open House for the community, Friday, July 28 – Sunday, July 30. Guests can tour the new facility, including the expanded pro shop, bar, dining room and patio, and sample fare from the new menu at South Suburban Golf Course Bar and Grill. Throughout the Open House weekend, enjoy discounts in the golf shop and driving range, and partake in food and drink specials. A new main entrance on the west side of the clubhouse greets golfers from the parking lot. The Pro Shop is conveniently located adjacent to the main entrance, and offers natural light and views of the golf course. Located nearby is the office of Todd Marley, South Suburban Golf Course Head Professional. The fully-stocked and enlarged pro shop features the newest in golf apparel and equipment for men and ladies. Footwear includes Foot Joy, Adidas, ECCO and Puma, and there is a great selection of Callaway golf equipment. Get the most out of your equipment purchase with a personal fitting by Kevin Simpson. District Executive Chef Joseph Westley and his culinary team are offering new seasonal menus at South Suburban Golf Course Bar and Grill to highlight state and regional fresh products. Try our Colorado Angus Beef burgers, BBQ pulled pork, Burgers of the Month, salads and our signature beignets. And, patrons, 21+ can procure their favorite wine via a modern, self-service wine station. We also offer an additional wine list. After your round, enjoy refreshments on the inviting patio on the south side of the clubhouse that overlooks the driving range and 18th green. Relax, enjoy the mountain news and watch players finish their game. We hope you’ll experience the beautiful new clubhouse, and play the challenging greens of South Suburban Golf Course. For a short game experience, play a quick 9 on our Par 3 course. South Suburban Golf Course is open to the public and is managed and operated by South Suburban Park and Recreation District. It’s located at 7900 S. Colorado Blvd., Centennial, CO 80122. D


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Denver Area Courses ●

Applewood Golf Club Map#: 3 Public 18R 303-279-3003 Golden Fee Range: $12-$29 Arrowhead Golf Club Map#: 4 Resort 18R 303-973-9614 Fee Range: $75-$115 Littleton Aurora Hills Golf Course Map#: 7 Public 18R 303-364-6111 Aurora Fee Range: $25-$29 Bear Creek Golf Club Map#: 9 303-980-8700 Private 18R Denver Fees: Guests $75 Bear Dance, The Golf Club at Map#: 216 Public 18R 303-681-4653 Larkspur Fee Range: $65 - $75 Black Bear Golf Club Map#: 21 303-840-3100 Private 18R Fee Range: $40-$80 Parker Blackstone Country Club Map#: 300 Private 18R 303-617-3561 Aurora Fees: Members Only Boulder Country Club Map#: 14 303-530-2226 Private 18R - 9E Fees: Guest $75 Boulder Broadlands Golf Course, The Map#: 17 Public 18R 303-466-8285 Broomfield Fee Range: $28-$37 Buffalo Run Golf Course Map#: 19 Public 18R 303-289-1500 Commerce City Fee Range: $18-$38 Broken Tee Englewood Golf Complex Map#: 63 Public 18R 9P3 303-762-2670 Englewood Fee Range: $15-$33 Castle Pines Golf Club Map#: 22 303-688-6022 Private 18R Fees: Invitation Only Castle Rock Castle Pines, The Country Club at Map#: 45 Private 18R 303-688-6400 Fees: Guests $75-$95 Castle Rock Cherry Creek Country Club Map#: 121 Private 18R 303-755-0711 Aurora Fees: N/A Cherry Hills Country Club Map#: 29 Private 18R 18P3 303-761-9900 Englewood Fees: Guests $125 City Park Golf Course, Denver Map#: 53 303-295-4420 Public 18R Denver Fee Range: $20-$24 Coal Creek Golf Course Map#: 33 303-666-7888 Public 18R Louisville Fee Range: $27-$40 Colorado Golf Club Map#: 301 Private 18R 303-840-5400 Fees: N/A Parker Colorado National Golf Club Map#: 238 Public 18R 303-665-9590 Erie Fee Range: $50-$75 Columbine Country Club Map#: 37 Private 18R 303-794-6333 Littleton Fees: Guests $80 Common Ground Golf Course Map#: 129 Public 18R 9P3 303-340-1520 Aurora Fee Range: $30-$50 Deer Creek at Meadow Ranch Map#: 51 Semi-Private 18R 303-978-1800 Littleton Fee Range: $65-$95 Denver Country Club Map#: 54 Private 18R 303-733-2444 Denver Fee Range: $90 Eagle Trace Golf Club Map#: 57 Public 18R 303-466-3322 Broomfield Fee Range: $20-$30 Emerald Greens Golf Club Map#: 210 Public 9-P3 303-366-3133 Denver Fee Range: $4-$8.50 Evergreen Golf Course Map#: 65 Public 18R 303-674-6351 Evergreen Fee Range: $22-$30 Foothills Golf Course Map#: 71 Public 18R 9E 9P3 303-989-3901 Denver Fee Range: $25-$39 Fitzsimons Golf Course Map#: 69 Public 18R 303-364-8125 Aurora Fee Range: $15-$21 Flatirons Golf Course Map#: 70 Public 18R 303-442-7851 Boulder Fee Range: $22-$29 Fossil Trace Golf Club Map#: 231 Public 18R 303-277-8750 Golden Fee Range: $36-$50 Fox Hollow Golf Course Map#: 76 Public 27R 303-986-7888 Lakewood Fee Range: $43-$62 Glenmoor Country Club Map#: 78 Private 18R 303-781-0400 Englewood Fees: Guests $60-$85 The Golf Club at Ravenna Map#: 242 Private 18R 720-956-1600 Littleton Fee Range: Members Only Green Valley Ranch Golf Club Map#: 219 Public 18R 303-371-3131 Denver Fee Range: $24-$32 Greenway Park Golf Course Map#: 85 Public 9-P3 303-466-3729 Broomfield Fee Range: $6-$14 Harvard Gulch Golf Course Map#: 86 Public 9-P3 303-698-4078 Denver Fee Range: $6


Colorado Golf Course Map & Directory

Heather Gardens Golf Course Map#: 89 Public 9E 303-751-2390 Fee Range: $12 Aurora Heather Ridge Country Club Map#: 90 Public 18R 303-755-3550 Aurora Fees: Guest $45 Heritage at Westmoor Map#: 92 Public 18R 303-469-2974 Fee Range: $24-$45 Westminster Heritage Eagle Bend Golf & CC Map#: 91 Semi-Private 18R 303-400-6700 Aurora Fee Range: $35-$70 w/cart Heritage Todd Creek Golf Club Map#: 227 303-655-1779 Public 18R Thornton Fee Range: $55-$65 Highlands Ranch Golf Club Map#: 94 Semi-Private 18R 303-471-0000 Highlands Ranch Fee Range: $42-$69 Homestead at Fox Hollow Map#: 239 720-963-5181 Public 18E Fee Range: $18-$35 Lakewood Hyland Hills, The Courses at Map#: 99 Public 27R 18P3 303-428-6526 Westminster Fee Range: $25; $37 Hiwan Golf Club Map#: 96 303-674-3369 Private 18R Fees: Guests $85 Evergreen Indian Peaks Golf Course Map#: 101 Public 18R 303-666-4706 Lafayette Fee Range: $34-$38 Indian Tree Golf Course Map#: 102 Public 18R 9P3 303-403-2541 Arvada Fee Range: $26 Inverness Hotel & Golf Club Map#: 103 Resort/Private 18R 303-397-7878 Englewood Fee Range: $70-$115 J. F. Kennedy Golf Course Map#: 104 720-865-0720 Public 27R 9P3 Fee Range: $20-$24 Denver Lake Arbor Golf Club Map#: 108 Public 18R 303-423-1650 Fee Range: $23 Arvada Legacy Ridge Golf Course Map#: 113 Public 18R 303-438-8997 Westminster Fee Range: $28-$45 Lakewood Country Club Map#: 111 Private 18R 303-233-0503 Lakewood Fees: Guests $75-$90 Littleton Golf & Tennis Club Map#: 26 303-794-5838 Public 18E Littleton Fee Range: $13-$34 Links at Highlands Ranch, The Map#: 117 303-470-9292 Public 18E Highlands Ranch Fee Range: $18-$31 Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel Map#: 118 Public 18R 303-799-9940 Fee Range: $43-$65 Littleton Meadows Golf Club, The Map#: 126 Public 18R 303-409-2250 Littleton Fee Range: $14-$31 Meadow Hills Golf Course Map#: 125 Public 18R 303-690-2500 Aurora Fee Range: $29-$35 Meridian Golf Club Map#: 128 Private 18R, 303-799-4043 Englewood Fee Range: $65-$85 Murphy Creek Golf Course Map#: 137 Public 18R 303-361-7300 Aurora Fee Range: $34-$44 Omni-Interlocken Resort Map#: 139 Resort 27R 303-464-9000 Broomfield Fee Range: $55-$85 Overland Park Golf Course Map#: 140 Public 18R 303-698-1975 Denver Fee Range: $20-23 Park Hill Golf Club Map#: 142 Public 18R 303-333-5411 Denver Fee Range: $18 Perry Park Country Club Map#: 145 Private 18R 303-681-3186 Larkspur Fees: Guests $50-$70 Pinehurst Country Club Map#: 147 Private 27R 303-985-1559 Denver Fees: Guests $70-$85 Pinery Country Club, The Map#: 148 Private 27R 303-841-2850 Parker Fees: Guests $40-$50 Plum Creek Golf & Country Club Map#: 149 Private 18R 303-688-2611 Castle Rock Fee Range: $65-$85 Pradera, The Golf Club at Map#: 228 Private 18R 720-851-9600 Parker Fee Range: $TBA Raccoon Creek Golf Course Map#: 156 Public 18R 303-932-0199 Littleton Fee Range: $38-$70 Ranch Country Club, The Map#: 157 Private 18R 303-466-2111 Westminster Fees: Guests $55 Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course Map#: 158 Public 18R 303-663-7150 Castle Rock Fee Range: $36-$59 Red Rocks Country Club Map#: 159 Private 18R 303-697-8008 Morrison Fees: Guests $35-$45 Ridge at Castle Pines North, The Map#: 160 Public 18R 303-688-0100 Castle Rock Fee Range: $75-$120 Riverdale Golf Courses Map#: 164 Public 36R 303-659-6700 Brighton Fee Range: $26-$37

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Rolling Hills Country Club Private 18R Golden Saddle Rock Golf Course Public 18R Aurora


Map#: 168 303-279-7858 Fees: Guests $75-$85 Map#: 169 303-699-3939 Fee Range: $26-$46

Map#: 171

Private 18R 303-224-2860 Fees: Invitation only Sedalia Southglenn Country Club Map#: 180 Private 18-P3 303-798-1656 Littleton Fees: N/A South Suburban Family Sports Center Map#: 68 303-649-1115 Public 9E Centennial Fee Range: $9-$19 South Suburban Golf Course Map#: 179 Public 18R 18P3 303-770-5508 Centennial Fee Range: $18-$43 Springhill Golf Course Map#: 184 303-739-6854 Public 18E Fee Range: $20-$26 Aurora Stoney Creek Golf Course Map#: 189 Public 9E 303-431-9268 Arvada Fee Range: $16-$18 Thorncreek Golf Club Map#: 195 303-450-7055 Public 18R Fee Range: $30-$35 Thornton Valley Country Club Map#: 201 Private 18R 303-690-6377 Aurora Fees: Guests only Wellshire Golf Course Map#: 206 Public 18R 303-692-5636 Denver Fee Range: $20-$24 West Woods Golf Club Map#: 207 Public 27R 720-898-7370 Arvada Fee Range: $27 - $41 Willis Case Golf Course Map#: 209 303-458-4877 Public 18R Fee Range: $20-$24 Denver

Front Range North

Adriel Hills Golf Course Map#: 229 Private 6-P3 970-484-3098 Ft. Collins Fees: N/A Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club Map#: 250 Private 18R 970-854-5900 Holyoke Fee Range: Members Only Bella Rosa Golf Course Map#: 248 303-678-2940 Public 9R Frederick Fee Range: $9-$20 Boomerang Golf Links Map#: 13 970-351-8934 Public 18R Greeley Fee Range: $22-$30 Bunker Hill Country Club Map#: 20 Semi-Private 9R 970-842-5198 Fee Range: $15-$18 Brush Cattail Creek Golf Course Map#: 230 Public 9-P3 970-663-5310 Loveland Fee Range: $7-$10 City Park Nine Golf Course Map#: 32 Public 9R 970-221-6650 Fort Collins Fee Range: $12-$21 Collindale Golf Course Map#: 35 Public 18R 970-221-6651 Fort Collins Fee Range: $21-$23 Coyote Creek Golf Course Map#: 48 Public 18R 303-857-6152 Fort Lupton Fee Range: $22-$24 Eaton Country Club Map#: 61 Private 18R 970-454-2587 Eaton Fee Range: $25-$40 F&H Park and Recreation District Map#: 66 Public 9R 970-774-6362 Haxtun Fee Range: $14 Fort Collins Country Club Map#: 72 Private 18R 970-482-9988 Fort Collins Fees: Guests $45-$103 Fox Hill Country Club Map#: 75 Private 18R 303-772-1061 Longmont Fees: Guests $40-$55 Greeley Country Club Map#: 83 Private 18R 970-353-2431 Greeley Fee Range: $87 w/cart Harmony Club Map#: 247 Private 18R 970-482-4653 Timmath Fee Range: Members/Guest Only Haystack Mountain Golf Course Map#: 88 Public 9E 303-530-1400 Niwot Fee Range: $9-$14 Highland Meadows Golf Course Map#: 174 Public 18R 970-204-4653 Windsor Fee Range: $40 to $69 Highland Hills Golf Course Map#: 93 Public 18R 970-330-7327 Greeley Fee Range: $21-$27 Holyoke Golf Course Map#: 98 Public 9R 970-854-3200 Holyoke Fee Range: $15 Indian Hills Golf Course Map#: 100 Public 9R 970-848-2812 Yuma Fee Range: $14-$16 Loveland, The Olde Course at Map#: 138 Public 18R 970-667-5256 Loveland Fee Range: $22-$28 Lake Valley Golf Club Map#: 110 Private 18R 303-444-2114 Longmont Fees: N/A Link-N-Greens Golf Course Map#: 115 Public 18E 970-221-4818 Fort Collins Fee Range: $19-$21

Courses not responsible for published fees. Fees ma Mariana Butte Golf Course Map#: 123 Public 18R 970-667-8308 Fee Range: $28-$36 Loveland Missing Links Golf at Frederick Map#: 130 Public 9R 303-651-7060 Longmont Fees: 10 Mountain Vista Greens Golf Course Map#: 136 Public 9R 970-482-4847 Fee Range: $12-$14 Fort Collins Northeastern 18 Map#: 188 Public 18R 970-521-6889 Sterling Fee Range: Guests $15-$37.50 Pelican Lakes Golf & Country Club Map#: 144 970-674-0930 Semi-Private 18R Windsor Fee Range: $40-$50 Plainsman Golf Club Map#: 235 Public 9R No Telephone Joes Fee Range: $10 Prairie Golf Course Map#: 151 970-383-2211 Public 9R Fee Range: $5 Cope Prairie Pines Golf Club Map#: 152 Public 9R 719-346-8207 Burlington Fee Range: $15-$20 Ptarmigan Golf & Country Club Map#: 153 970-226-6600 Private 18R Fee Range: $100 Fort Collins Quail Dunes Golf Course Map#: 73 Public 18R 970-867-5990 Fort Morgan Fee Range: $22 Quint Valley Golf Club Map#: 249 Public 9R 303-822-5509 Byers Fee Range: $20 Riverview Golf Course Map#: 165 Public 18R 970-522-3035 Sterling Fee Range: $12-$18 Saddleback Golf Club Map#: 218 303-833-5000 Public 18R Fees: $29-37 Firestone Sedgwick County Golf Course Map#: 224 Public 9S N/A Fees: N/A Julesburg Southridge Golf Club Map#: 181 Public 18R 970-416-2828 Fort Collins Fee Range: $21-24

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Stratton Golf Course Public 9R Stratton Sunset Golf Course Public 9R Longmont Tamarack Golf Course Public 9R Limon Twin Peaks Golf Course Public 18R Longmont Ute Creek Golf Course Public 18R Longmont Washington County Golf Club Public 9R Akron Wray Country Club Public 9R Wray

Map#: 190 719-348-5412 Fee Range: $10 Map#: 191 303-776-3122 Fee Range: $10-$18 Map#: 192 719-775-9998 Fee Range: $12 Map#: 198 303-772-1722 Fee Range: $20-$24 Map#: 199 303-774-4342 Fee Range: $17-$35 Map#: 205 970-345-2309 Fee Range: $12-$15 Map#: 213 970-332-5934 Fee Range: $15-$17

Front Range South

Antler Creek Golf Course Map#: 221 719-494-1900 Public 18R Fee Range: $28 -$40 Colorado Springs Broadmoor Golf Club, The Map#: 18 Resort 54R 719-634-7711 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $90-$160 The Club at Flying Horse Map#: 251 Private 18R 719-487-2620 Colorado Springs Fee Range: Members Only Cherokee Ridge Golf Course Map#: 28 Public 9R 9P3 719-597-2637 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $20 Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club Map#: 30 719-526-4122 Public 18R Fee Range: $25-$28 Fort Carson Colorado Springs Country Club Map#: 36 Private 18R 719-473-1782 Fees: Guests $40-$50 Colorado Springs Cottonwood Links Golf Club Map#: 44 Public 9R 719-263-4500 Fowler Fee Range: $12-$14

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Cougar Canyon Golf Links Map#: 197 Public 18R 719-422-7015 Fee Range: $39 -$69 Trinidad Country Club of Colorado Map#: 46 Resort 18R 719-538-4095 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $120 Desert Hawk at Pueblo West Map#: 120 Public 18R 719-547-2280 Fee Range: $25-$32 Pueblo West Eads Golf Course Map#: 232 Public 9R No Telephone Eads Fee Range: $3 Eisenhower Golf Club Map#: 62 719-333-2606 Military 36R Colorado Springs Fee Range: $12-$50 Elmwood Golf Course Map#: 154 Public 18R 9E 719-561-4946 Pueblo Fee Range: $24-$26 Grandote Peaks Golf Club Map#: 81 719-742-3391 Public 18R Fee Range: $35-$75 La Vita Hollydot Golf Course Map#: 97 Public 27R 719-676-3341 Colorado City Fee Range: $17-$23 Hugo Golf Club Map#: 234 No Telephone Public 9S Fee Range: $5 Hugo Kings Deer Golf Club Map#: 55 Public 18R 719-481-1518 Monument Fee Range: $35-$50 Kissing Camels Golf Club Map#: 106 Private 27R 719-632-5541 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $60-$75 La Junta Golf Club Map#: 107 Public 9R 719-384-7133 La Junta Fee Range: $10-$15 Las Animas Golf Course Map#: 112 719-456-2511 Public 9R Fee Range: $12 Las Animas Mossland Memorial Golf Course Map#: 133 Public 9R 719-765-4659 Fees: N/A Flagler Patty Jewett Golf Course Map#: 143 Public 27R 719-385-6934 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $27 Pine Creek Golf Club Map#: 146 Public 18R 719-594-9999 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $35 Pueblo Country Club Map#: 155 719-542-2941 Private 18R Pueblo Fee Range: $65-$75 Rocky Ford Country Club Map#: 167 719-254-7528 Public 9R Rocky Ford Fee Range: $11 Sand Creek Golf Course Map#: 236 Public 9E 719-597-5489 Fees: 8 Colorado Springs Silver Spruce Golf Course Map#: 175 Military 18R 719-556-7414 Colorado Springs Fees: Guests $25 Smoky River Golf Club Map#: 176 Public 9R 719-767-5021 Cheyenne Wells Fee Range: $12 Spreading Antlers Golf Course Map#: 182 Public 9R 719-336-5274 Lamar Fee Range: $20-$22 Spring Valley Golf Club Map#: 183 Public 18R 303-646-4240 Elizabeth Fee Range: $22-$34 Springfield Municipal Golf Course Map#: 226 Public 9R No Telephone Springfield Fees: N/A Springs Ranch Golf Club Map#: 185 Public 18R 719-573-4863 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $28-$45 Sumo Golf Village Map#: 10 Semi-Private 18R 719-784-6152 Florence Fee Range: $42 Trinidad Golf Course Map#: 302 Public 9R 719-846-4015 Trinidad Fee Range: $15(9H); $20(18h) Valley Hi Golf Course Map#: 202 Public 18R 719-385-6911 Colorado Springs Fee Range: $20-$27 Walking Stick Golf Course Map#: 203 Public 18R 719-584-3400 Pueblo Fee Range: $26-$28 Walsenburg Golf Course Map#: 204 Public 9R 719-738-2730 Walsenburg Fee Range: $14-$16 Woodmoor Pines Country Club Map#: 212 Private 18R 719-481-2266 Monument Fees: Guests $55-$65


Adam’s Mountain Country Club Map#: 244 Private 18R 970-328-2326 Eagle Fees: Members Only Aspen Glen Golf Club Map#: 5 Private 18R 970-704-1988 Carbondale Fees: Guests $120-$245 Aspen Golf Course Map#: 6 Public 18R 970-429-1949 Aspen Fee Range: $80 Beaver Creek Golf Club Map#: 11 Resort 18R 970-845-5775 Avon Fees: Guests $160 Breckenridge Golf Club Map#: 16 Public 27R 970-453-9104 Breckenridge Fee Range: $95

Brightwater Club Map#: 243 Private 18R 970-777-1270 Fee Range: Members Only Gypsum Catamount Ranch and Club Map#: 23 Private 18R 970-871-9200 Steamboat Springs Fees: Guests $135 Cattails Golf Club Map#: 24 Public 18R 719-589-9515 Fee Range: $30 Alamosa Challenger Golf Course Map#: 119 Public 9E 719-256-4856 Crestone Fee Range: $20 Collegiate Peaks Golf Course Map#: 34 719-395-8189 Public 9R Buena Vista Fee Range: $23 Copper Creek Golf Club Map#: 39 Resort 18R 970-968-2882 Copper Mountain Fee Range: $65-$85 Cordillera, The Club at Map#: 40 970-926-5100 Private 54R 9P3 Fee Range: $225-$235 Edwards Country Club of the Rockies Map#: 47 Private 18R 970-926-3021 Edwards Fees: Guests $75-$175 Crested Butte, The Club at Map#: 49 970-349-6131 Resort 18R Fee Range: $120 Crested Butte Dos Rios Golf Club Map#: 56 Semi-Private 18R 970-641-1482 Gunnison Fee Range: $65 w/cart Eagle Ranch Golf Club Map#: 217 Public 18R 866-328-3232 (toll free) Eagle Fee Range: $45-$90 Eagle Springs Golf Club Map#: 58 Private 18R 970-926-4404 Wolcott Fees: Escorted Guests Only EagleVail Golf Club Map#: 59 800-341-8051 Resort 18R Fee Range: $35-$98 Avon Estes Park Golf Course Map#: 64 Public 18R 970-586-8146 Fee Range: $28 - $46 Estes Park Four Mile Ranch Golf Club Map#: 252 Public 18R 719-275-5400 Canon City Fee Range: $44-$59 Fox Acres Country Club Map#: 74 Private 18R 970-881-2191 Red Feather Lakes Fees: Guests $120-$130 Glenwood Springs Golf Club Map#: 79 970-945-7086 Public 9R Glenwood Springs Fee Range: $25 Grand Elk Golf Course Map#: 222 970-887-9122 Resort 18R Granby Fee Range: $45 - $125 Gypsum Creek Golf Club Map#: 42 Public 18R 970-524-6200 Fee Range: $54 Gypsum Grand Lake Golf Course Map#: 80 Public 18R 970-627-8008 Grand Lake Fee Range: $44-$80 Haymaker Golf Course Map#: 87 Public 18R 970-870-1846 Steamboat Springs Fee Range: $79 Headwaters Golf Course Map#: 225 Public 18R 970-887-2709 Granby Fee Range: $60-$80 High Country Mountain Meadows GC Club Map#: 233 Public 9R No Telephone Red Feather Lakes Fees: N/A Ironbridge Golf Club Map#: 208 Semi-Private 18R 970-384-0630 Glenwood Springs Fees: Guests $39 to $89 Keystone Ranch Golf Course Map#: 105 Resort 18R 970-496-4250 Keystone Fee Range: $125-$140 Keystone, The River Course at Map#: 162 Resort 18R 970-496-4444 Keystone Fee Range: $125-$140 Lake Estes Executive 9 Golf Course Map#: 109 Public 9E 970-586-8176 Estes Park Fee Range: $13 Maroon Creek Club Map#: 124 Private 18R 970-920-1533 Aspen Fees: Guests $195-$325 Monte Vista Country Club Map#: 131 Public 9R 719-852-4906 Monte Vista Fee Range: $18 Mount Massive Golf Course Map#: 134 Public 9R 719-486-2176 Leadville Fee Range: $18 Pagosa Springs Golf Club Map#: 141 Resort 27R 970-731-4755 Pagosa Springs Fee Range: $57 Pole Creek Golf Club Map#: 150 Public 27R 800-511-5076 Winter Park Fee Range: $80 The Ranch at Roaring Fork Club Map#: 245 Public 9P3 970-963-4410 Carbondale Fee Range: $15 Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks Map#: 60 Semi-Private 18R 970-262-3636 Silverthorne Fee Range: $75-$124 Red Sky Ranch Map#: 223 N/A 36R 970-477-8406 Edwards Fees: N/A Rio Grande Golf Club Map#: 41 Resort/Private 18R 719-873-1995 South Fork Fees: N/A River Valley Ranch Golf Club Map#: 163 Public 18R 970-963-3625 Carbondale Fee Range: $50-$75

Roaring Fork Club Map#: 166 Private 18R 970-927-9100 Fees: Invitation only Basalt Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club Map#: 173 Resort 18R 970-879-1391 Steamboat Springs Fee Range: $80-$130 Saint Andrews at Westcliffe Map#: 186 Public 9R 719-783-9410 Fee Range: $12-$20 Westcliffe Salida Golf Club Map#: 170 Public 9R 719-539-1060 Salida Fee Range: $23 Shadow Hills Golf Club Map#: 172 719-275-0603 Semi-Private 18R Ca-on City Fee Range: $33 Shining Mountain Golf Club Map#: 211 Public 18R 719-687-7587 Woodland Park Fee Range: $32-$38 Snowmass Golf Village Map#: 177 719-784-6152 Resort 18R Fees: N/A Snowmass Village Sonnenalp Golf Club Map#: 178 Resort 18R 970-477-5370 Edwards Fee Range: $160 Steamboat Golf Club Map#: 187 970-879-4295 Public 9R Fee Range: $25(9H); $37 (18H) Steamboat Springs Vail Golf Club Map#: 200 Public 18R 970-479-2260 Vail Fee Range: $100 Willow Creek at Eagle Vail Map#: 237 Public 9-P3 970-845-PAR3 Avon Fees: N/A

West Slope

Adobe Creek National Golf Course Map#: 1 970-858-0521 Public 27R Fee Range: $17-$24 Fruita Battlement Mesa Golf Club Map#: 8 Public 18R 970-285-7274 Fee Range: $35 Battlement Mesa Black Canyon Golf Club at Montrose Map#: 132 Public 18R 970-249-4653 Montrose Fee Range: $24 Bookcliff Country Club Map#: 12 Private 18R 970-242-9053 Grand Junction Fees: Guest $40 Bridges at Montrose, The Map#: 241 970-252-1119 Simi-Private 18R Montrose Fees: Guest $45-$87 Cedar Ridges Golf Course Map#: 25 970-675-8403 Public 9R Rangely Fee Range: $10(9H), $18(18H) Chipeta Golf Course Map#: 31 Public 18E 970-245-7177 Fee Range: $17-$21 Grand Junction Cobble Creek, The Links at Map#: 116 Public 18R 970-240-9542 Montrose Fee Range: $37 Conquistador Golf Course Map#: 38 Public 18R 970-565-9208 Cortez Fee Range: $18 Dalton Ranch Golf Course Map#: 50 Semi-Private 18R 970-247-8774 Durango Fee Range: $79 Deer Creek Village Golf Club Map#: 52 Public 18R 970-856-7781 Cedaredge Fee Range: $29-$38 Devil's Thumb Golf Course Map#: 43 Public 18R 970-874-6262 Delta Fee Range: $26-$41 Divide Ranch and Club Map#: 67 Semi-Private 18R 970-626-5284 Ridgway Fee Range: $49-$76 Glacier Club Map#: 193 Private 18R 970-382-6700 Durango Fee Range: 125-$175 Hillcrest Golf Club Map#: 95 Public 18R 970-247-1499 Durango Fee Range: $22 Hunter’s Run Golf Course Map#: 246 Public 18R 970-884-9785 Ignacio Fee Range: $11-$20 Lakota Canyon Golf Club Map#: 240 Public 18R 970-984-9700 New Castle Fee Range: $45-$75 Lincoln Park Golf Course Map#: 114 Public 9R 970-242-6394 Grand Junction Fee Range: $10-$14 Meeker Golf Course Map#: 127 Public 9R 970-878-5642 Meeker Fee Range: $19 Redlands Mesa, The Golf Club at Map#: 220 Public 18R 970-263-9270 Grand Junction Fee Range: $49-$69 Rifle Creek Golf Club Map#: 161 Semi-Private 18R 970-625-1093 Rifle Fee Range: $34 Telluride Ski & Golf Club Map#: 194 Resort 18R 970-728-6157 Telluride Fee Range: $130-$150 Tiara Rado Golf Course Map#: 196 Public 18R 970-254-3830 Grand Junction Fee Range: $18-$22 Yampa Valley Golf Club Map#: 214 Public 18R 970-824-3673 Craig Fee Range: $28

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Course Feature

100 Years of Golf in Estes Park

Photo: Fred Payne Clatworthy

By Dawn Y. Wilson DIVOT Contributing Writer

ost historians point to Scotland as the likely birthplace of the modern game of golf, and since its inception in the Middle Ages, the game has been played in a variety of forms. The game started gaining international popularity in the late 19th century, and it


was around this same time that Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quinn, the Fourth Earl of Dunraven, visited Estes Park for the first time. He arrived in Estes Valley in late 1872 on a hunting expedition after hearing of the sportsman's paradise in this mountain valley. Falling in love with the area, he returned in 1873 and 1874, and started purchasing—and some reports say swindling—his way into the ownership of

Estes Park. The next year, in 1875, Lord Dunraven built a rudimentary golf course of some sort, but little is known of its style or size. Lord Dunraven eventually started to lose interest in Estes Park, possibly because of the increasing number of tourists—sometimes as many as 200 in one summer. (A vast difference to the more than 4.5 million people that traveled into Rocky Mountain

National Park in 2016.) His last visit to the area was in the mid-1880s, and in 1906 he sold his 6,000 acres of Estes Park property to The Estes Park Investment Company. That group of investors is responsible for opening what is today the Estes Park 18Hole Golf Course. They started by building a clubhouse, which was completed in 1909 and is today where Smokin' Dave's BBQ at the Hangar Restaurant is located. The build-

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Course Feature

Picture Yourself Playing Here

Book your tee time today!

Photo: Dawn Wilson/EVRPD

ing was modeled after Lord Dunraven's Estes Park cottage. In 1917, Howard James, Homer James and Ed Andrews started construction of the golf course for the Estes Park Golf and Country Club. The course was completed later that year and the first game was played in 1918. Due to the U.S. economic crisis in the 1930s, the 18-hole course was converted to a 9-hole course and an airstrip was built on the western edge of the course with hopes to improve sagging tourism in the area. The airport did very little to promote travel to Estes Park and was a dangerous location that resulted in several bad crashes. It closed in the late 1940s. As finances at the golf course continued to stumble along, the decision was made to sell the leasing rights of the Estes Park Country Club to the Town of Estes Park. Since the value of this stock was so low, the country club stockholders turned over their stock to the Town of Estes Park. By the mid-1950s, the Town of Estes Park

was in full ownership of Lord Dunraven's golf legacy. The management of the course is now overseen by Estes Valley Recreation and Park District, but the property continues to be owned by the Town of Estes Park. In 2018, the Estes Park 18-Hole Golf Course will celebrate 100 years of operation in Estes Valley. Several upgrades have been made over the years, including the addition of an irrigation system in the 1970s, a remodel of the clubhouse deck, and a new fleet of gas-powered golf carts for the 2017 golf season. But the beautiful mountain views and the abundance of wildlife in Estes Valley that attracted Lord Dunraven more than 100 years ago remain the same. These features are still some of the best available to golfers wanting to play on one of Colorado’s oldest and most accessible mountain courses. To learn more about the Estes Park 18Hole Golf Course, including events and specials for the 100-year anniversary celebration, visit www.golfestes.com. D

Present this coupon for 2017 specials Estes Park 18-Hole Golf Course 1480 Golf Course Road • 970-586-8146 July 1 - August 31: $60 for green fee & cart (Sunday - Thursday after 12 p.m.)

September 1 - 30: $55 for green fee & cart (weekdays only)

October 1 - 31: $50 for green fee & cart (any day)

Lake Estes 9-Hole Golf Course

690 Big Thompson Avenue • 970-586-8176 July 1 - September 15: $24 for green fee & cart (weekdays only)

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“Same valley, different climate”. Gypsum Creek is the only golf course in the valley which attracts locals and visitors to ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon. Pete Dye championship 18 hole golf course with the longest season and best value around! Open March – December (snow permitting).

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Featured Tip

Three Turns to Curb Your Slice

By Nathan Morris, PGA DIVOT Contributing Writer

ver the last 10 years and 18,000 lessons with GOLFTEC, I have learned that there are a few things that you have to do every time to get rid of that slice forever. There are three key moves that will set you up for success. Do these and TURN that slice into the perfect draw!


1 – TURN your grip. I see tons of students walk into my door with a grip that sets them up for failure. By turning your grip towards your trail shoulder, you give the club face a chance to be closed relative to the swing path. To do this, lay the club face down square on the ground. Rotate

your hands over towards your trail shoulder until the creases between your thumbs and index fingers BOTH point at your trail shoulder. 2 – TURN your shoulders. Because of the ball position and the fact that most golfers turn their chests toward the target when they look at it, most golfers set up with open shoulders. The is when your shoulder line points well left of your target for a right-handed golfer. This promotes an OUT to IN, or over the top swing path. This is exactly what we don’t want. Instead, LEAVE YOUR FEET SQUARE to the target and corkscrew your shoulders closed so that your shoulder line points a little right of the target. This will promote that INSIDE swing path that we all need to stop the slice.

3 – TURN your hips in the backswing. This one has been debated over the years so stick with me on this one. Allowing your hips to turn A LOT in the backswing is the only way that we can create a full shoulder turn and get our hands far enough behind us (right picture) to swing IN to OUT. If you have ever been told to keep your lower body stable or quiet (left picture) in the backswing you will have a hard time creating the proper upper body position unless you are built like Gumby. Us mere mortals have to let the hips turn because we aren’t that flexible. If you follow all three of these turns, that slice will TURN in to a draw in no time. If you are still having some issues, feel free to stop in and see your local GOLFTEC Coach for more help. D

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Local Tip

Go Forward to Impact! By Scotty Hofer DIVOT Contributing Writer

ne of the major problems golfers have at impact is not being forward with either their weight or hands or both. At impact I like to see weight forward on the front leg with the upper body not “hanging back” and a forward leaning club shaft. Many golfers are trying to “lift” the golf ball into the air by letting the clubhead pass their hands too soon and/or having their weight moving away from the target instead of towards it. Many times I can watch a student’s chipping motion and be able to tell what is


Proper chipping setup

going to happen in their full swing. I love to teach chipping, because if a student can learn to setup properly, half the battle is already won. We get to preset our body and club in a good impact position and then try not to mess it up. See the image for a proper chipping setup: narrow open stance, ball positioned back in stance, sternum pointing in front of ball, weight slightly leaning forward (lower and upper body), hands at bottom of grip, hands positioned inside front thigh. From this setup position, all one has to do is move the shoulders, hands and arms together in the backswing and return them to the original setup position for a good impact. In the forward motion, allow the body to pivot slightly and support the swinging of the arms, hands and club.

Rear foot is pulled away from ball

Leaning away from the target at impact


(weight moving forward towards target and a forward leaning shaft) to your full swing. I suggest you try the “Annika move” to get the weight and body moving and rotating forward through the shot. Annika Sorenstam is one of the greatest women golfers, and it is my understanding that as a practice drill, she would let her head rotate early prior to impact to assist her in getting forward and fully rotating through impact. It worked so well that it became her signature move. The key to this move is to maintain your spine angle through impact and feel your body moving forward and continue rotating onto your front leg. See the picture below. For more information contact Scotty Hofer at 303-995-3329 or email him at shofer@metagolflc.com. D

Head rotated early

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The second image illustrates what I see all the time – a shaft leaning away from the target at impact and/or the body moving away from the target. To combat these two problems and feel a good impact, I have my students setup as shown in the third picture – rear foot is pulled away from ball and rests on the toe. This forces the weight to be on the front leg and makes it difficult for the student to move away from the target during the chipping motion. Try this practice drill and you will soon be hitting crisp chip shots. In the beginning, you will probably hit better shots from this setup. After some success, return your rear foot to its original position and duplicate the feeling. Alternate back and forth between the two setups. Now transfer that good chipping impact

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Nice Drives Lexus IS 350

Lexus LX 570

exus' bold grille has been spread across its entire lineup over the past few years, which for some, does not work with traditional SUV styling. However you feel, hiding beneath it all is a very capable off-roader. Although it shares the same frame, powertrain, and basic suspension design as the Land Cruiser, there are considerable differences. The LX 570 makes use of an electro-hydraulic suspension that allows the vehicle to be lowered or raised at the flip of a switch. At its highest setting, the LX 570 sits up proud, and when it gets down low expect improved handling at higher speeds. The LX 570 boasts a 5.7-liter V-8, 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque. That power is delivered to all four wheels via a 8-speed automatic gearbox and a full-


time four-wheel drive transfer case. Those are pretty big numbers. When opening the door, immediately you notice the interior’s quality, decked in luxurious leather, glossy wood trim and a distinct dashboard. There's plenty of room for five adults and four golf bags so you’ll probably be the one driving to the course. For 2017, Lexus has made some important safety options standard: including automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high beam headlamps. All in all the LX 570s is downright luxurious, but an optional Luxury Package will bump it up to high-end territory. But then again, a loaded LX 570 is under $100,000, which is where you're just getting started in a Rangie. D

he Lexus IS 350 hasn’t had any major changes since its introduction in 2014, but the car is still very popular in the small luxury sedan market. For 2017, it gets a few exterior and interior tweaks before its major makeover in two years. So what’s new? The front end gets some grill styling, LED headlights, and air intakes, and the back end gets some different taillights and exhaust tips. The IS 350 comes with additional standard safety features, including forward collision warning and mitigation. A few minor cabin tweaks finish up the changes. The 2017 Lexus IS 350 AWD comes standard with a six-speed automatic transmission, two gears less than other models. Other standard equipment includes keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone climate


control, a sunroof, premium vinyl upholstery, a 10-speaker stereo system, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. The 2017 Lexus IS 350 has the upscale cabin you would expect from the luxury division of Toyota. Its design is standout in this segment. The IS 350 will technically seat five adults, but having three in the back will need to be for short trips. The 7.0inch infotainment screen contains the Lexus app suite and uses the mouse type controller for navigating the infotainment screen. The trunk provides more room than the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and less than the BMW 3-Series but still plenty of room for two sets of clubs! D

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Escape, among rock formations, rivers and the greens olf and Grand Junction go hand and hand, people golf for many reasons, because it is social, or a way to escape the everyday chores, it is also a way to hang with the family and be outdoors. Golf can be therapeutic for some, and might be frustrating for others…but we can all agree that we love the game and the fresh air does wonders for our state of mind. The Grand Valley is home to the award winning Golf Club at Redlands Mesa. Redlands Mesa continues to win big on awards, named again #1 Public Course in the State, #1 Affordable Course and so many others… It is time to make a trip, visit the area for golf and experience the many other outdoor activities that The Grand Valley offers. And with three geological master pieces surrounding the town, The Bookcliffs, The Mesa and The Colorado National Monument there are ample options. Surrounded by trails, rocky outcrops, camping, fishing, and the confluence of the Colorado and Gunnison River.. whatever your sport of choice is…filling your day in the Grand Valley is an easy task. Hiking, mountain biking and cycling are popular, and wild horses, big horn sheep, collard lizards are commonly sighted. But if you are seeking power and speed, there is no shortage of motorized sports either, with motorcycling, dirt bikes, ATV’s and even snowmobiling, there are endless miles of terrain to explore. Yes, you can even golf and snowmobile in the same day. If you are ready to cool off during the summer highs…spend a few hours after golf rafting, kayaking, paddle boarding or at the lake fishing. The Grand Valley has endless possibilities.


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Day 1- All about your views…The size, shape, and color of The Colorado National Monument combine to leave an impression as tall as the red rock formations, hike the morning away at Independence Monument or Liberty Cap, a moderate hike that takes bout 2.5 hours. There's so much to explore– take in the stunning scenery, look for

bighorn sheep, collard lizards, red tail hawks and more…after your hike, get in a round of golf at Redlands Mesa, taking in the amazing architecture of this course, in awe of Jim Engh’s vision for creating a course with natural rock stair steps to elevated tee boxes overlooking the City, steering clear of the deep bunkers to the undulating greens, enjoy the challenge. In the evening, shop like a local and stroll Main Street, grab a bit at the award-winning Bin 707 Foodbar. Day 2 - Water and Relaxation….Begin with an early round at the course, appreciating the quiet surrounds and the occasional eagle that flies overhead, Morning is truly a beautiful time. After golf grab a bite at The Clubhouse 2325 for an amazing oriental chicken salad or grilled brat. Then head to the river, get in a lazy afternoon float trip. Rentals available thru Rim Rock adventures, kayak, raft or paddle board. The trip from Redlands Parkway to Loma takes about three hours and is surrounded by unbelievable views, slow moving waters. Relax. Day 3 - A Unique Find…Bring a cup of joe, some water and snack. Hike Mica Mine, a beginner hike, great for the family or fur friends, meander on a path of quarts to the mine, have a snack and head back. Get in your last round of golf, enjoy the sunshine or take the drive over the Colorado National Monument. Time goes fast here, especially when you are sinking putts or hitting long drives…but even when your game is a little off, the day is well spent outside and a cold beverage can put a smile on your face…because the views from the deck look pretty darn good as well. D

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The Golf Club at Bear Dance,

Why this place is Different… hen you visit The Golf Club at Bear Dance in Larkspur, CO, you will enjoy a true mountain golf experience with rolling hills and contoured greens and you will meet a professional staff with over 120 years of experience all of which is focused on you, the guest.


Imagine yourself surrounded by the mountainous beauty of Ponderosa pine, oak lined ridges and draws, and native grass valleys. Imagine a golf course with dramatic elevation changes and stunning Rocky Mountain views just minutes away from Denver and Colorado Springs. Imagine a chance encounter with native wildlife never more than a tee shot away. Rated as Colorado’s best public golf courses in 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017, Bear Dance offers golfers of every skill level an unforgettable experience. With generous tree-lined fairways and intricate rolling greens, you will enjoy a private and serene round of golf that will remind you why you love this game.

Spend a day with family and friends at this award-winning property and you’ll reflect on the day, always remembering this place, these people and this course. Starting with the impact of service you receive as you pull into the property to the immaculate golf shop and professional staff ready to make your day memorable.

A group of people await your arrival to show you they care... Stuart Bruening is the designer, owner and leader. He developed something special based on his philosophies of value, service and relationships. “If you take care of every guest as if they were family and show them how appreciative you are of their loyalty, you will have a solid foundation to build upon”. His vision is to make every relationship lasting and every golf experience memorable. When he accomplishes this goal, he knows he has created a very special place.

Stuart built a team of proven leaders whose tenure makes his vision a reality. Dave Cahalane, former President of the Golf Colorado Section Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) and the Head Agronomist at Bear Dance, Dave is


responsible for the pristine playing conditions and the champion in environmental awareness. Dave has led many great property enhancements to the property such as the addition of a 575 yard water feature meandering down hole #8, a 565 yard par 5. The completion of this renovation and many other in-house projects this tandem has implemented keeps Bear Dance at the top of its game.

Michel Autret, Food and Beverage Director, creatively offers amazing dining experiences. The Executive Chef, Michael Hendricks strives daily to offer something for everyone. From the avid golfer, to the elegant diner, as well as the wedding couple who wants the dream, this duo goes the mile. They have recently released an amazing new menu offering selections ranging from a Pesto Goat Cheese Salad, Sweet Baby Back Ribs, to a perfectly prepared Coriander Mint Rack of Lamb as well as an impressive selection of Colorado Craft Beers! Mark Pfingston, Head Golf Professional and the 2017 PGA National Merchandiser of the Year, leads the golf operations team

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comprised of customer service specialists striving to make your golf experience memorable. His teams of professionals have created many attractive membership opportunities that have produced a growing number of programs over his 15 years of service. The 1st Assistant, Cy Twete is the Director of Instruction and an experienced club fitter, has been a part of the Team for 8 years and will soon be leading his own course real soon!

The Golf Club at Bear Dance has partnered with the Colorado Section PGA and is the home site for more than 750 of its members and apprentices, combining the history and tradition of the PGA and the game of golf, coupled with a truly unique, one-of-a-kind golf experience.

And now this TEAM of Professional Golf Operators is thrilled to offer Three More Amazing Golf Experiences within their family of award-wining golf courses. Repeatedly Voted the Best Golf Course under $100, Riverdale Dunes is a lap you do not want to miss. Arguably the finest summer golf conditions you can find in Colorado!

In addition, Colorado National Golf Club in Erie, and The Plum Creek Golf Club in Castle Rock are challenging properties you will make you take notice. Colorado National was the recent host site for the 2016 NCAA Men’s Golf Qualifying sites and Plum Creek boasts arguably the finest 3 finishing holes in Colorado. This classical Pete Dye Design and a former TPC Club and host to a Champions Tour Event is a gem ready for you to exceed your expectations.

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Ike Eisenhower

Orville Moody

Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend:

The Fitzsimons Story is Coming to an End... By Dennis Lyon, CGCS DIVOT Contributing Writer

t was recently announced by the Aurora Golf Division; the Fitzsimons Golf Course will close by the end of 2017. Aurora Golf has managed the 18-hole former army golf course since November 1998. The government determined Fitzsimons Army Hospital Post would be closed effective 1999. As a part of the hospital closing, the federal government made plans for disposal of the military property. The land not dedicated to the Colorado University Hospital Complex was to be developed by the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority (FRA). Aurora Golf was selected to manage the Fitzsimons Course by the FRA, starting in November 1998, until the property was developed. The life expectancy of the course, at that time, was projected at about 5 years.


HISTORY OF FITZSIMONS The Fitzsimons Army Hospital Post was named after Lt. William T. Fitzsimons, the first army medical officer killed in WWI. The medical facility opened in 1918 and was originally slated for use to treat tuberculosis and injured soldiers from WWI. Golf first appeared at Fitzsimons Medical Facility, as a 3-hole sand green course, most


Fitzsimons, you will be missed. You were what you were, not great, but always there, and you were loved by many. Cheers.

likely in the early 1920’s. By the mid1930’s the Fitzsimons Facility had grown to the point an army 18-hole course was deemed necessary for the health and welfare of the staff and hospital patients. The New Deal, Civilian Construction Corps, was engaged to build Fitzsimons Golf Course, as designed by the Army Corps of Engineers. The course opened in 1939 for use by the military and their dependents. The Fitzsimons Golf Course design reflected the austerity of the time. The greens were mostly small and fairly flat. There was not a lot of grading worked into the design and the course had a minimal number of sand bunkers. However, as imperfect as the golf course was, it was adored by those who played it. President Ike Eisenhower, during his presidency, often made Denver his Summer White House, home of his wife Mamie’s parents. An avid golfer, Ike most often played Cherry Hills but was known to play Fitzsimons from time to time as seen in a local photograph. In September of 1955, President Eisenhower suffered a heart attack in Denver and recuperated at Fitzsi-

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mons Army Hospital. Another interesting military connection with Fitzsimons was Orville Moody, whose nickname was “Sarge.” Orville Moody spent 14 years as an army sargent heading maintenance supervision of all army golf courses including Fitzsimons. There is a plaque in the golf shop at Fitzsimons which indicates Orville Moody set a course competitive record 63 in August 1958. He shot this score in the first round of the All Army Golf Tournament held at Fitzsimons. Moody went on to win the US Open in 1968, as the last Open Champion in the 20th century to win through local and regional qualifying. For the past 18 years, the course has played about 35,000 rounds per year and has been a great asset to the community. Fitzsimons may epitomize the best of public golf; affordable, fun and available to all regardless of status and ability. The only requirement was respect; respect for the game, the course and fellow golfers. THE FUTURE OF FITZSIMONS In 2016 a revised General Develop-

Arial Fitzsimons Golf Course ment Plan for the area including the golf course was approved by the City of Aurora. In conformance with the approved Development Plan, the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority has indicated a building and parking lot are planned for construction in the areas of the 1st and 18th holes in 2018. It is also assumed a major storm drainage project will soon follow, along with the development of future streets. With the closure of the Fitzsimons Golf Course in sight, the next several months may feel a lot like, a “last call for golf.” So why not head over to Fitzsimons, at the intersection of Montview and Peoria, and tee it up at least one more time. And after your round of golf, if you decide a cool one is in order at the clubhouse, why not lift a glass and pay tribute to General Ike, “The Sarge” and the thousands of military men and women who teed it up at Fitzsimons and experienced golf’s great game while serving their country. In closing let me say, “Fitzsimons, you will be missed. You were what you were, not great, but always there, and you were loved by many. Cheers.” D Dennis Lyon is a certified golf course superintendent and freelance golf writer. He retired as Manager of Golf for the City of Aurora after over 35 years in 2010.


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Nestled within stunning massive red rock formations, our challenging, mountain-style golf course offers a panoramic view of natural red rock formations and the Denver skyline. The Clubhouse’s intimate and relaxed atmosphere, combined with attentive service, superior food quality and a full social schedule provide member families and friends a central gathering space. Whether playing on our Championship style 18-hole golf course, relaxing by the pool, or savoring a meal, Red Rocks Country Club provides the perfect setting for making special memories in our newly renovated Clubhouse. 303-697-4438 16235 W. Belleview Avenue, Morrison, Colorado 80465