Red Sky Golf Club open for resort play
May 14, 2013
Wolcott — Red Sky Golf Club, rated one of the Best Courses You Can Play by Golfweek in 2013, is open for resort play.
Early season golf rates are available for rounds through June 6. Stay and Play packages offering up to 40 percent off of lodging are available all summer.
"Our world-class golf courses have come through the winter in wonderful shape as we begin our 12th season at Red Sky," said Jeff Hanson, director of golf for Red Sky Ranch. "Through our ongoing investments in the course, top agronomic practices and superior guest service initiatives, we are looking forward to providing an exceptional experience to all members and guests this summer."
Red Sky's early season rate begins at $155 a round, depending upon selected hotel, and tee times can be made in advance through hotel concierges at select lodging properties. Stay and Play package reservations may be made online at http://www.beavercreek.com/golf or by calling 877-204-7883.
Red Sky Golf Club is home to two award-winning 18-hole courses, The Norman Course and The Fazio Course. Both courses at Red Sky received accolades for 2013, including Fazio at the No. 3 best course in Colorado and Norman at No. 8 by Golfweek. Travel & Leisure ranks them as the Nos. 1 and 2 courses in Colorado. Golf Digest ranks the Norman course as No. 70 among America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses.
For more information on the Red Sky Golf Club, visit http://www.redskygolfclub.com or call 866-873-3759.
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