Perfect score at Keystone |

Perfect score at Keystone

Mike Cobb and Cal Roth pause with their drivers after taking their tee shots on No. 3.
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All 36 holes of play are now open at Keystone after the Ranch Course opened on Friday, May 30. The first day of golf at the Ranch Course was one of excitement for staff and golfers alike. As Tod Anderson, who works in the pro shop stated, “It’s the Ranch, it’s golf… I love it.” Though there was heavy snowpack this winter, assistant golf pro Steve Mullins explained, the snow kept the greens well insulated through the winter, and so by Friday the course was just as ready to start the season as the golfers.

Rain clouds threatened through the morning, but the first group christened the course at 9 a.m. The Keystone Ranch Restaurant also opened up on June 5 to round out the unique Ranch experience.

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