“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
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“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.
Co-founder: “We had a grand opening event that was scheduled for 300-plus people. People always say the timing couldn’t have been worse, but actually it could have been.”
“I’ve been a dog lover my whole life and didn’t realize this was such a problem,” said Michael Bevis, who has sold 2,500 KoolSkinz since 2018.
“I just wake up in a pool of sweat. It’s terrifying,” said Amy Hyman. “I don’t sleep at night.”
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 Denver-based company’s resorts include Steamboat and Winter Park. The lawsuit seeks class-action status.