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Keystone's head golf professional Tom Anderson hits a wedge into the par-5, 13th hole at Keystone's River Course Friday morning with snow-capped Buffalo and the Gore Range in the background. The River Course opened Friday and the Keystone Ranch course is scheduled to open next Friday. Keystone Resort's spokesperson Amy Kemp said for sports enthusiasts, people can ski Arapahoe Basin in the morning, then drive down the hill six miles for a round of golf.

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