Estes Park Golf Course
A flood of Fish Creek in September 2013 devastated parts of the Estes Park Golf Course, severely damaging the 17th and 18th holes and saturating most of the course.
Restoration work began in earnest during early 2014, including installation of farm-grown sod during March and April, preparing for the course’s Spring season.
Project Location Estes Park Golf Course, Estes Park, CO
Owner Estes Valley Recreation and Park District
Intended play/sport Golf
Previous Surface Bluegrass
Course Renovation March 2014
Project Completion April 16, 2014
Project Contractor Osmun Incorporated
Course Superintendent John Feeney
Sodded Area 42,000 sq. ft.
Sod GTF Kentucky Bluegrass, 1” Thick Cut
Growing Medium Colorado Native soil (70-80% sand based)
Climate Cool Season
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