TPC Network expands with planned TPC Colorado course, development
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TPC Network expands with planned TPC Colorado course, development

The TPC Network is expanding, this time moving into the Rocky Mountains with the forthcoming TPC Colorado development, the first new golf-course development in the state in a decade.

The 800-acre planned community is set to open in the spring of 2018, with Arthur Schaupeter Golf Course Architects doing the design. The par-72 golf course will play just over 7,900 yards from the tips but will offer teeing options on each hole that will let the course play anywhere from approximately 4,000 yards to 7,600 yards for members.

The course will also have panoramic views of Long’s Peak and the Front Range mountains. Several holes will run along the shorelines of the large reservoirs. Much of the bunker walls will be constructed with stacked sod, while the fescue-lined fairways should invoke a sense of a links course.

Of course, the development will also have a wide range of housing options, from townhomes and condos to multi-million dollar home sites. However, in keeping with Colorado's spirit of environmentalism and preservation, more than 90 acres of land have been donated to the Town of Berthoud for permanent open space and recreation.

Aside from the course, TPC Colorado will offer lake access for boating and fishing, as well miles of trails for hiking and exploring.

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