Golf Course Opens May 10

Golf Shop Hours of Operation: Open Monday-Sunday 7:30am-7:30pm

Opening Day of the 2019 golf season at Huntsman Springs is almost here, with first tee off on May 10, and our team here is working diligently to ensure 2019 is our best year yet. Saturday Games will commence every weekend at 9am starting on May 25 with a Chicago Scoring format. The fee per person is $20 cash buy with individual payouts and a blind draw payout. Let the best player win.

In addition to the construction of the new cart barn, considerations are being reviewed for a potential update to the driving range and putting green.

Designed by David McLay Kidd

“When asked what I feel are my greatest achievements in golf design, most expect me to say Bandon Dunes. In reality, Huntsman Springs is, to me, my greatest golf architectural achievement. We seek to take golfers on an adventure marked by nuance, subtlety, and unpredictability.” –David McLay Kidd

Kidd calls Huntsman Springs “my greatest golf architectural achievement.” Huntsman Springs delivers not just an extraordinary golf course ranked one of the top in the nation, it also offers a true experience.

With the stunning Teton Mountains as a backdrop, Huntsman Springs blends seamlessly into its native lands with the graceful contours, fishable ponds, aspen trees, willow, and Irish Links fescue. Players have a sense of vast open spaces with views in every direction.

JULY GOLF NEWS

Update from your Golf Course and Maintenance Departments:

July kicks off our Tournament Month, and we’re looking forward to seeing some friendly competition take place on the course this season. Mark your calendars for the many exciting upcoming events and weekly activities happening in July, listed below:

Independence Day Flag Event, July 3: We take your handicap + 72 to total your stroke allotment. Once you hit your last stroke, you will place your flag where the ball rests. The player who plays the most holes wins. Participants will be able to reserve a tee time for their group. Members: $20, Guests: $125.

The Challenge, July 6 at 9am: Each hole will have a fun, unique challenge that will guarantee laughter and fun for family and friends to enjoy. Course will be closed for this event until 3pm. Free for members; $50 for guests.

Saturday Game, July 13 at 9am: The Saturday Games will commence with a shotgun start at 9am in a Chicago Scoring Format. There will be a $20 cash buy-in with blind draw teams and individual payouts.

The Battle Club Championship, July 19 & July 20: Morning Tee Time Start both days. The field will be divided into Gross and Net Divisions. The first round is Friday, July 13th and will be stroke play before the field is cut down for the Saturday Match Play that will determine the Battle at Huntsman Champions. $50 per person.

Shootout Men’s Member/Guest, July 24-27: Two person teams will compete within a match play format. Enjoy complimentary beverages and gourmet meals throughout the event, as well as an awards reception/dinner on Saturday night. Limited spots are available. Please email pmilton@huntsmansprings.com to register.

Ladies Grand Invitational, July 29-31: Each team of two will play a best ball Stableford. In Stableford format, players will earn points based on their scores for each hole. There will be a Gross Champion and a Net Champion. Email pmilton@huntsmansprings.com to register. $650 per team.

Points will be awarded by the following scale:
1. Bogey – 1 Point
2. Par – 2 Points
3. Birdie – 4 Points
4. Eagle – 8 Points

Weekly Events

Saturday Game: Every Saturday in June is the Saturday Game, with a $20.00 cash buy-in with individual payouts and blind draw team payouts. Format is a Chicago point system and is a 9am shotgun start.

Monday Stroll: Every Monday at 4pm starting on June 3, join Director of Golf Paul-David Milton and staff members in a walking the golf course’s 9 holes for some exercise on our beautiful course.

Ladies Day: Every Wednesday starting on June 5, is Ladies Day. Meet at the Driving Range at 9am for a clinic hosted by our Golf Professionals and followed by 9 or 18 holes of golf.

Family Fun Night: Starting on June 2, bring the kiddos to the Driving Range for family fun on the par 3 course, starting at 6pm.

Couples Murder Mystery: On June 25, our first Couples Nine will feature a murder mystery theme. Join us on the golf course to team up and earn clues to solve the mystery.

Members can expect our fitting equipment and demo equipment to be out every day. Feel free to stop by anytime to try out the latest and greatest, including Callaway, PING, Mizuno and, new this year, Cobra. Custom Fittings are no charge to members.

June is the month to prepare for our July Tournament season, so schedule a lesson with one of our Golf Professionals:

  • Paul-David Milton and Dylan Kinyon:
    • Adults: $100
    • Juniors: $50
  • Assistant Professionals and Interns
    • Adults: $65
    • Juniors: $30
  • Group Lessons: $20 each additional Adult and $10 each additional Junior

Additional project updates:

  • Greens will be verti-cut with a light topdressing once a month, instead of aerating
  • All golf course overgrowth will be removed and/or pruned
  • The #5 green will be beautified
  • In addition to the construction of the new cart barn, a new permanent driving range and putting green will be redesigned and built with proper drainage and irrigation

We are excited to implement the above improvements—each of which are intended to strengthen our members’ golf experience and increase course playability. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience that these projects may cause and thank you in advance for your understanding. Here’s to another great golf season at Huntsman Springs.

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By the Numbers…

Playing the course reflects the impeccable quality of the design and construction with fairways that average 80 yards wide, greens that average 10,000 sq. ft., 153 bunkers, and 450,000 cubic yards of sand to maintain contour and promote drainage.

Huntsman Springs provides championship conditions throughout the season on 84 acres of Kentucky Bluegrass, 64 acres of Irish Red Tipped Fescue, and 48 acres of mountain water running throughout the golf course.

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