Colorado Mountain Golf
The sun is finally out up here in Tabernash and the golf courses are open. Pole Creek opened this season on May 15th but the first week or so was hampered by some classic Colorado spring mountain weather. This year promises to a great year for Pole Creek as this is the second year with the new club house and Bistro 28.
Have you been out to play the fine 27 up here in Tabernash? Well here is a little info on Grand County’s golfing pride and joy.
Pole Creek Golf Club is one of the few public 27-hole courses in Colorado and the only one in Grand County County Colorado. Pole Creek’s 7,107-yard course wanders through lush fields sporting native wildflowers, drastic elevation changes, vast bent greens and water challenge shots over two ponds and five lakes. The Ridge 9 course challenges experts to a rigorous game with 3,603-yard shots and tree-lined holes, while the more gentle Meadow 9 and Ranch 9 – accommodatesall playing levels. All three courses play to par 36.
Pole Creek’s design was conceived by Denis Griffiths, who incorporated existing lodgepole pine, valley meadows, sagebrush and a variety of water hazards including five lakes to create a diverse course appealing to a wide range of golfers.
The views at Pole Creek are some of the most spectacular you will see in all of Colorado.
So no that our winter is turning right into summer come on out and see what Pole Creek Golf Club has to offer high up here in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Sarah May 26th, 2010
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