A new beginning for The Country Club at Castle Pines
Members enjoyed celebrating the reopening of the golf course and renovated clubhouse at The Country Club at Castle Pines.
Information provided by The Country Club at Castle Pines; photos by Nancy Koontz
The Country Club at Castle Pines celebrated the grand reopening of its golf course on Friday, April 28 after being closed for renovation since August 2016.
More than 100 club members participated in the grand reopening tournament, which included 18-holes of golf followed by a grand reception in the clubhouse after play. The $1.2 million golf course renovation included a complete transformation of each of the 18 greens to state-of-the art T-1 creeping bentgrass. Other improvements to the golf course included expanded tee complexes, upgraded course amenities and a brand-new golf cart fleet. The clubhouse has also seen many new and exciting improvements to the facilities in the last 12 months.
“The Country Club at Castle Pines is excited for the 2017 golf season to begin. The membership has been very happy with the results of the golf course renovation and the playing conditions will only get better as we approach the summer of 2017,” said Chief Operating Officer Ryan Cozzetto. “The Club is committed to providing an exceptional golf, dining and social experience to its membership.”
To learn more about social and/or golf memberships to the club, visit www.ccatcastlepines.com.