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The Keiser kids (their dad built Bandon; they did Sand Valley) are building a new resort outside of Denver:


Sand Valley owners Michael and Chris Keiser's newest project, Rodeo Dunes, has recently taken...

I will be following this with a lot of interest, for obvious reasons. I heard rumblings about a Colorado project like that while I was at Bandon. This is about an hour from my house. The article says it’s dunescape, but that area is pretty flat, and I’m not aware of any sandy soil there. But I’m sure I just don’t know exactly where this is. 

It will be a very accessible destination. This is withon 45 minutes of the Denver airport, so way easier than Sand Valley or Bandon. 

I would love to have a world class resort near Denver. Denver has a lot of great courses, but no singular public course that is a must play. If this resort is good enough, a Denver golf trip is something that’s going to be very attractive for people.

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Finally a reason to visit CO. 😉

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