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As the first rays of sunshine appear over the mountains, the tough decision of what activity to start your day with in Cordillera sets in. Are the fish biting in the pond? Should we head down to the private live waters of the Eagle River to score a record trout? Maybe a refreshing trail run
Argentinian wins inaugural Korn Ferry Tour event on 72nd hole Berthoud, Colo. — Nelson Ledesma won the inaugural TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes in dramatic fashion, sinking a 20-foot birdie putt at the 18th and final hole to edge playing partner Brett Coletta by one stroke. With the win, Ledesma earns his first PGA
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If you want to drive it far, look to some of the longest hitters on tour to see how they’re doing it.
Your favorite course within walking distance. Imagine rolling your golf caddy out of the garage and onto the tee box. With no commute, you’ll easily squeeze in games before or after work, as well as on weekends. Think about how much your short game will improve by wandering over to the putting green every night.
THE PRIVATE COURSE some consider Colorado’s finest mountain layout is set to reopen this month. Perched on 4,800 acres atop the Uncompahgre Plateau—40 miles from Telluride and 22 from Montrose—Cornerstone Club fell victim to the recession, mothballing its breathtaking Greg Norman-designed layout after the 2012 season. The Cornerstone Owners Association eventually took over, with a