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Raven grounded after snow

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Summit County, Colorado

Although the recent snowfall may mean a few more days on the slopes this year, it also means fewer days on the links.

Rhonda Boutelle, general manager of The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks, said Thursday via e-mail that there was “no way” the course could open today as planned. She said the course gathered almost 8 inches of snow overnight and the opening would be pushed back.

The staff now hopes to get the course ready for May 7, weather permitting.

If it opens that day, The Raven would still be the first Summit County track to open for the 2010 season.

Ranked among the best Colorado courses in a number of industry periodicals – including Golfweek, Golf World and GOLF Magazine – the Raven is offering early season rates ranging between $40 and $70.

A round normally costs around $125 and $165.

The fee includes an 18-hole round, golf cart with GPS, range balls and commemorative playbooks.

For reservations or more information on the Raven and its amenities, call (970) 262-3636.

The course is located off Highway 6 near Silverthorne Elementary School.

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