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Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2019"

Interesting Fact: Hermosa Cliff in the background is 1.35 miles away from #16 tees – Hermosa Cliff reaches 10,279 feet and is best hiked via the Goulding Creek Trail, from the peak you are rewarded with a stunning view of all 36 holes…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: The original back tee was 50 yards longer and 70’ higher but was abandoned during construction – This picturesque and sublime hole is the favorite of designer Hale Irwin – awe inspiring to say the least…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: #14 has the largest green on the course at 7,215 square feet, it measures 144’ long with over 6’ of elevation change from front-to-back – at 7,215 SF, the green is over 1.5 times the size of an NBA basketball court…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: #13 was named by Schoeder’s 15 year old daughter, Madison – according to her “anyone who plays the Glacier Club sure is lucky…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: #12 is golf architect, Todd Schoeder’s favorite hole and for golf designer Hale Irwin, it is hole #15 – let the debate continue . . . &nbsp…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: #11 back tee is the highest point on the golf course at 7,950 feet above sea level and there is 581 feet of elevation change across the 18-hole golf course – #2 back tee is the lowest point at 7,369’ EL…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: Over 15,000 cubic yards of granite was blasted and removed to build #10, and over 120,000 cubic yards were blasted for the entire 18 holes…(Read More)

Interesting Fact: Because of #9’s proximity to Chris Park, the green location was moved four times to receive ACOE approval for construction – also, it’s quite common to see black bears and one resident mountain lion crossing this fairway…(Read More)