September Challenge 2019


    September 16, 2019
    7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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    Todd Creek Golf Club
    8455 Heritage Dr
    Thornton, CO 80602
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    Opened: 2007
    Superintendent: Jeremy Casebolt
    Designer: Arthur Hills

    Opened in 2007, the golf course is 7,435 yards from its championship tees. Nestled near the Rocky Mountains, Hills used the natural landscape to create an exceptional course. Native grasses and wetlands make up the course’s rolling terrain, which undergoes several changes in elevation. A creek also creates water hazards on the course while adding to the peaceful atmosphere. Undulating fairways and strategically placed bunkers also add interest to Todd Creek Golf Club. Golfers can enjoy spectacular views of the Rockies while playing this challenging, but fun course.

    7:30 a.m. Check In
    8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
    12:30 p.m. Meeting/Lunch

    Registration Deadline: September 9, 2019

    Individual Stroke Play with a 2-Man Blind Draw

    Located just minutes north of Denver. Take I-25 to exit 229 for CO-7 and turn east (CO-7 E/E Baseline Road.) Follow CO-7 E for 5.5 miles to Yosemite St. Turn right (south) on Yosemite St., drive 0.8 miles to Heritage Drive and turn right (west). The club house will be 0.3 miles on your right.

    Thank you to our sponsor:

    (Pending Approval for .10 GCSAA Credits)
    Water Efficiency Program at Northern Water
    This conservancy district serves about 1 million people and 650k acres of farmland in the NE quadrant of the state. Northern manages a great deal of water on the Colorado River, all of which starts in Rocky Mountain National Park, through a unique system that was conceived after the Great Depression and has provided commerce and quality of life in Colorado for years. As the region grows and pressure on water increases, Northern is expanding its conservation efforts to assist the allottees we serve. Frank will outline what this looks like, provide some examples of 2019 projects, and ways to partner with your industry.

    Speaker Bio - Frank Kinder, Northern Water
    Frank is the Water Efficiency Program Manager at Northern Water, a Conservation District serving 1 million people in northeast Colorado and the Northern Front Range. He oversees the Conservation Department; whose mission is to provide conservation services for the District’s urban water users. These programs include Landscape Conversion Grants, Consultations, Audits, Training, Outreach, Events, and a conservation showcase demonstration garden. Formerly he was a Senior Conservation Specialist for 8 years at Colorado Springs Utilities. He also consulted for the US military and worked in the private sector IT field. He has a degree in finance and master’s in geography and environmental studies. His certifications include Watershed Wise Landscape Professional, Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper, and EPA Water Sense New Home Inspector.

    *All members are welcome as well as non-members, mechanics, irrigation techs, crew leaders, etc are all WELCOME to attend. You will need to make your reservation by September 9, 2019. No exceptions. No walk-ins permitted. Because of golf course policies there will be no “after the deadline” reservations accommodated. A wait list will be in place for those that wish to play but missed the deadline. We will call you to confirm that you have made the tournament once we are notified of a cancellation. Slots made available by cancellation will be filled only from the waitlist on a first-come, first-served basis.


    $65.00 Member September Challenge Cup Ticket

    $100.00 Non-Member September Challenge Cup Ticket

    $25.00 Meeting Only