COPPER CREEK GOLF COURSE TEES OFF JUNE 2
May 26, 2010
For the avid golfer, summer in the mountains truly starts when the old clubs can be dusted off and put back to good use at Copper Creek. The snow has melted, the grass is green and Copper Creek Golf Club is scheduled to open June 2.
Golf at Copper Mountain can change a golfer's idea of what a course should look like and how it should play. Copper Creek is a challenging course known for its tight fairways that wind through towering pines, Copper's cozy East Village, beautiful high valley wetlands and along the scenic West Ten Mile Creek. With incredible views of the Gore and Ten Mile Mountain Ranges, the Pete and Perry Dye designed, 6,057 yard, par-70 course accommodates novice golfers from forward tees while providing a greater challenge for the accomplished golfer from back tees.
Copper welcomes area golfers by extending the local's rate to
residents throughout Summit County. County residents can take an extra
$10 off any regular priced rate all season while Frisco and Copper
Mountain residents can take $15 off. Early Season*, Après rate** for 18
holes is $39, $29 for county residents and $24 for Frisco/Copper
residents. Tee times can be reserved by calling (970) 968-3333.
Detailed course information, pricing and Base Camp lodging deals can be
found at www.coppercolorado.com.
*Early Season: opening day – June 16
**Après: after 5:00 p.m.
Copper Creek is happy to announce leagues will commence play on June 7. The nine-hole league as well as the 18-hole men's and ladies' leagues will play for 15 consecutive weeks this summer. Weekly league-play will occur on Wednesdays and Thursdays with après parties to follow at local Frisco taverns where scoring and special giveaways will be announced. Copper Creek league packets and general information are available at the golf shop in the East Village or by contacting tournament coordinator Jeff Ogren at email@example.com.
Set high in the Colorado Rockies, Copper Mountain is the premier summer "Base Camp" for adventure, exploration and growth. Easy, safe access to US Forest Service lands and endless outdoor activities combined with an intimate resort village featuring world class events and entertainment, make Copper a place where passionate, adventurous, people can push themselves then retreat to the comfort of a cozy mountain resort town.