Vail Golf Club opens all 18 holes today
VAIL — The Vail Golf Club will open 18 holes for play today.
Play will be available for $42 for nine holes and $64 for 18 holes, including cart. The course is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily and due to early season conditions, carts are restricted to paths at this time. Additionally, hole 15 will play on a temporary green.
According to Vail Golf Club director Alice Plain, maintenance crews have been doing an excellent job prepping the course and its ready for play.
“The course is playing great and we’re looking forward to a wonderful summer in Vail,” said Plain.
The driving range is open from 9 a.m. to dusk daily. Golf lessons are offered on both the range and the course. Clinics, including Play with the Pro, Coors Coaching Hour, Senior Clinic, Couples Clinic, Get Ready Golf and Lessons, Ladies and Libations, will begin in mid-June. Happy Valley Grill also has the starter building open, featuring snacks and drinks.
For more information or to book a tee time, call the Vail Golf Club at (970) 479-2260.
‘Get Golf Ready’ at Eagle-Vail
The Eagle-Vail Golf Club is offering Get Golf Ready.
The nationwide initiative is a series of five introductory lessons offered by PGA/LPGA Professionals in a small-group environment at the price of $99 beginning on Tuesday with sessions to be held through the end of July.
In four to five lessons, students can expect to learn basic techniques from chipping and putting to full swing and bunker play, along with fundamental guidelines for the use and maintenance of golf equipment, keeping score and navigating the course.
For more information or to register for Get Golf Ready, call the Eagle-Vail Golf Club at (970) 949-5267, or visit GetGolfReady.com.
— Vail Daily
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