The city-owned course closed in October so a new irrigation system could be installed that uses non-potable water.
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“The reason why I think our members believe it’s important is so we can continue to be relevant,” said a board member of new amenities designed for families.
Why 90 percent of golfers slice the ball, how to keep a clear mind, and a lot more from a golf pro who built a $150 million company.
It was closed for renovations from late 2017 through last September, when it reopened for “limited play” to protect new turf. Soon it will allow carts and offer more tee times.
Bluebird Backcountry, Colorado’s first lift-less ski resort, said it will be open again near Steamboat for next year’s ski season.
Lawson Adventure Park says its bank reneged on an agreement to pursue CARES Act relief on the company’s behalf.
Swingers Golf Club owner Michael Burbage is, by his own admission, not a particularly good golfer. But he is good at managing restaurants.
Two recent transplants from New Hampshire want to open Full Send Bike Ranch in 2023, but it must be approved by Jefferson County before a lease deal can be signed with the state.
A former Vail Resorts executive and the Gart family, who own the 1,600-acre mountain resort outside Grand Junction, see affordable lodging as an attraction.
Halfdays just started selling products this season, but it has already landed in the Wall Street Journal and Vogue and has a pop-up shop in Aspen.