“They’ll be walking with the group and then run out in front, spotting balls, repairing ball marks, replacing divots.” – Ed Mate, CEO, Colorado Golf Association
“In May, we’ve had 10 of our best days, not only pre-COVID but in the history of the company,” said a co-founder of Glamping Hub.
AKT, a national chain, entered the Denver market last year with a Cherry Creek location.
Chairs are priced at $2,500, and the ski area expects demand to exceed supply.
Chuck Quinton of RotarySwing.com is taking a swing at Eric Kaplan’s AxysGolf.com. “The claims are meritless,” Kaplan says.
“This year will be quicker play, calmer, quieter, but then we will have a 2020 champion, and we can say Colorado had professional golf this year, despite everything going on,” the tournament’s director said.
The state’s ski resorts have been closed since March 15.
Denver-based Alterra also was sued this month.
The Denver-based company’s resorts include Steamboat and Winter Park. The lawsuit seeks class-action status.
The stay-at-home order is “allowing us to see the potential outside of our brick and mortar gym,” said Emily Schromm, Platform Strength owner.