Noon Golf Pass Now Offered at Copper Creek Golf Course: $23K Invested on the Course This Summer
July 9, 2010
Noon Golf Pass Now Offered at Copper Creek Golf Course
$23K Invested on the Course This Summer
Copper Mountain, CO…July 9, 2010…Just announced, the Copper Creek Golf Course is now offering a new Noon Golf Pass, for those guests that like to play golf in the afternoons. In addition, the course conditions are very good and improving daily, due in part to $23K being invested on the course this summer. Finally, Copper Creek Golf Course passholders who bring a guest to play with them through the end of July will receive a sleeve of the new TaylorMade Penta golf balls.
For afternoon golf through the remainder of the summer, make sure to pick up the new Noon Golf Pass for only $349. The only catch is that tee-times have to be booked from Noon or after. Guests can walk the course for no additional charge or purchase a cart for only $49 more for the entire summer. For more info, or to purchase a Noon Golf Pass, call 866.388.9770 or visit the golf shop located in the East Village across the walkway from JJ’s Rocky Mountain Tavern.
“The course conditions are very good and improving daily,” says Copper Creek Golf Course’s Superintendent Scott Sundeen. “We have seen excellent growing temperatures over the past couple weeks and the course is green, lush and mowed to perfection.”
In June, Copper Creek spoke about winter damage on several greens and announced that the 2010 golf season started with four temporary greens. After monitoring progress from Mother Nature, in terms of requiring increased soil temperatures to restore the turf, the Copper Creek staff decided to re-surface the #8 and #18 greens with new bent grass. At this time, we are happy to announce the sod installation project was a great success.
Get involved and get balls…Copper Creek values passholders who introduce new players to the fun Perry Dye designed Copper Creek Golf Course, so to reward them, for a limited time, Copper Creek is offering a complimentary sleeve of the NEW TaylorMade Penta golf balls to any passholder who brings a friend to play. Details: the passholder must bring a friend to play, paying full retail price, from Monday through Friday; offer expires Friday, July 30, 2010.
As a reminder, for the locals and guests alike, Copper Creek is a fun, yet affordable course where your ball and buck go further. Greens fees start at just $29. Let’s do the math here: prime-time morning rounds of golf (during peak season, with a cart) at Copper Creek cost up to 56% less than similar mountain courses in the area. This leaves money that won’t be spent on golf leftover to soak up all of Copper’s summer offerings, like enjoying a fine dining experience at CB Grille, racing the family on Summit County’s only go-kart track (or even better, purchasing a full-day activity pass for only $39 per person), or learning to land that elusive trick at Woodward at Copper. In the same vain, a twosome can play at Copper for less than the price of a single person at many of the other area golf courses. Any way you do the math, if you play at Copper Creek, you will come out a winner.
The golf season is planning to run through October 3, weather permitting. For more information, please call a Copper Mountain Vacation specialist at (800) 458-8386, The Copper Creek Pro Shop at (970) 968-3333 or visit www.coppercolorado.com/summer/golf.
970.968.2318 ext. 38827