Ptarmigan Country Club golf course was designed in 1979 by the legendary Jack Nicklaus to accent the dramatic vista of the Rocky Mountains. This signature course offers golfers of all skill levels a variety of challenges in its several hundred acres of terrain, featuring 97 sand traps, lush bent-grass greens, four different tee boxes on every hole, rolling topography, and 100 feet of elevation change from south to north.

PGA head golf professional, Jeff Ulvedal and his staff offer members a variety of social and competitive events and activities. The Men’s and Ladies’ golf associations are very active, and the junior golf program is touted by Mr. Ulvedal as one of the most extensive in the region. Corporate golf events are organized throughout the season, and are designed in a manner to not interfere with the enjoyment of the Club by members and their guests.

Under the supervision of Scott Robbins, Certified Course Superintendent who has been with Ptarmigan since its opening, the maintenance staff prides itself in maintaining the greens and tee boxes at the highest possible level. The soft-spike requirements also help ensure that the playing surface remains healthy and strong.

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