News & Updates

  • 2023 All Course Aeration Schedule

    Fall Schedule
    September 13, 2023 - Sunset Golf Course, 2:30 Tee Times
    September 12, 2023 - Twin Peaks Golf Course, 2:30 Tee Times
    September 25, 2023 - Ute Creek Golf Course, Course Closed

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  • Twin Peaks Ladies 9 Hole Golf League

    2023 Ladies 9 hole Twin Peaks flyer

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  • Audubon International Recertifies Ute Creek Golf Course as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary

    We are delighted to announce that Ute Creek Golf Course has retained its designation as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program.

    Participation is designed to help course personnel plan, organize, implement, and document a comprehensive environmental management program and receive recognition for their efforts. To reach certification, a course must demonstrate that they are maintaining a high degree of environmental quality in a number of areas including: Environmental Planning, Wildlife & Habitat Management, Outreach and Education, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, and Water Quality Management.

    "Ute Creek Golf Course has shown a strong commitment to its environmental program. They are to be commended for their efforts to provide a sanctuary for wildlife on the golf course property," said Christine Kane, CEO at Audubon International.

    Ute Creek Golf Course is one of 45 courses in Colorado and 905 courses in the world to hold the honor. Golf courses from the United States, Africa, Australia, Central America, Europe, South America, and Southeast Asia have also achieved certification in the program. The golf course was designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary in 2013. After designation, courses go through a recertification process every three years.

    “We see the site visit as an important component of a course’s recertification,” stated Kane. “It provides an objective verification of some of the more visible aspects of the course’s environmental management activities. In addition, it offers an opportunity for golf course representatives to share publicly some of the voluntary actions they have taken to protect and sustain the land, water, wildlife, and natural resources around them.”

    About Ute Creek Golf Course

    Ute Creek Golf Course, designed by the world-renowned golf course architects of the Robert Trent Jones II Group, opened in 1997. This 18-hole championship course is a Par 72, ranging in length from 5,509 yards to 7,167 yards. The views are amazing! Join us today for a truly enjoyable place to play.

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  • Sweet Spots Ladies Golf League

    Attention Lady Golfers!

    Come join the funnest golf league in Longmont!

    Sweet Spots Ladies Golf League

    The Sweet Spots Golf League is the longest running Ladies Golf League in Longmont , CO.

    The league golfs Wednesday evenings at Twin Peaks Golf Course.

     

    Informational Meetings held at Twin Peaks Golf Course:

    Wednesday, March 15th  5:30PM

    Wednesday, April 5th 5:30 PM

    Wednesday, April 26 5:30 PM

     

    All Ladies are welcome!

    If you cannot attend any of the meetings, please leave your name and email at the front desk.  Information will be sent to you.

    You can also contact the Sweet Spots League President, Celeste Miller:  720-391-8650 or [email protected]

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  • Sunset Ladies Leagues/Clubs

    Ladies 9 hole league: Play Thursday Mornings, Karen D'Ambrosio, President.  Email: [email protected]

     


     Ladies 18 hole League: Play Tuesday Mornings, Margaret Spangler. Email: [email protected]

     

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  • All Men's Leagues and Clubs

    Sunset Men's Club

    Play nine hole games on Wednesdays and 18 holes on Saturdays. President is Tim Rudden, t[email protected].  Call the Pro Shop at 303-651-8466.  All forms and calendar for the men's club are at the Pro Shop counter if you would like to visit the facility. 


    Twin Peaks Men’s Golf Association 

    Membership Information

    ~March - October
     
    Purpose: To Stimulate interest and enjoyment of golf at Twin Peaks Golf Course with fun and competitive tournament golf.
     
    Membership: The club is open to all men 18 years of age and older. Members are encouraged to play regularly and post all scores to maintain fair handicaps.

     
     
    Dues: $80 includes USGA handicap, entry in the ongoing hole-in-one pool, and complimentary food and drink events. Dual membership is available at Sunset Men’s Club for $5 and includes hole-in-one entry. Members from other clubs are invited for all TPMGA golf, food and drink events at discounted rates of $5 for Sunset and $35 for other clubs members.
     
    There are 18 - 20 events scattered throughout the year on Satuday and Sunday or both! 
     
    Contact:   Ed Warner at 303-775-5455 or [email protected]

    Ute Creek Men's Golf Association

    "After-work" on Thursday as long as the weather permits March - October

    Contact Mark Berdovich at 303-834-2533 or [email protected]

     

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  • Twin Peaks Ladies Leagues/Clubs


    Twin Peaks Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association

    Welcomes new members year 'round.

    Plays Thursday mornings, April - October.

    Contact Marcia Elgar at 303-898-8758 or [email protected]


    Twin Peaks Ladies 9-Hole Golf League

    LONG to golf, but SHORT on time?

    Come play with ladies who are fun, enjoy being outside and support each other's games!  All levels welcomed throughout the season.

    Thursday mornings April - early October

    Email Roselyn - [email protected]


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  • Ute Creek Ladies Leagues/Clubs

    Ute Creek Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association

    Welcomes new members year 'round.

    Ladies play weekly on Tuesday mornings beginning the last week in April and ending in October.

    For more information contact Beth Vinson at b[email protected]  203-521-2697


    Ute Creek Ladies 9-Hole Golf League

    Every Thursday morning  April - October

    Non competative

    Contact Jeanne Moersch at 920-876-3024 or [email protected]

     

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Upcoming Events

14Oct
Sat, Oct. 14  |  08:00 AM


Around The Course

  • Cooler Temperatures in Fall Bring Change

    As the days start to get shorter and the nights become cooler, the stress on the turf from the hot summer day’s transition into ideal growing conditions for cool season grasses. Along with the leaves on the trees changing colors and falling, the stress from the summer heat and possibility of turf diseases begin to decrease as the season changes. This is also time for turf to start preparing itself for winter by increasing root depth as ideal growing conditions return, and the plant begins to become healthier by storing nutrients for the upcoming winter months.

    Fall aeration is used to help promote increased turf health as the days become cooler by increasing air flow, improve moisture uptake, reduce soil compaction from peak season and improve fertilizer uptake in the root zone. Fertilizer applied during aeration helps promote root growth and plant health to increase turf vitality through the winter months and help with greening up as temperatures increase in the spring. Keeping the course clear of leaves not only helps improve course playability and pace of play, but helps keep the turf exposed to the sun. Too thick of leaves covering the turf can also prevent any moisture from reaching the soil or suffocate and kill the turf if left in an area for too long.

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  • Wetting Agents used to Resolve Dry Areas

    As golf courses dry out due to heat, irrigation issues, or other conditions that don’t allow necessary moisture, the course runs the risk becoming hydrophobic. Hydrophobic conditions in the soil are created when areas get dry and repel water that comes in contact with it instead of absorbing into the soil.   To help counteract hydrophobic areas and restore moisture, wetting agents can be used to decrease the surface tension of the water molecules.   

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  • Ute Creek Golf Course Goat "Mowers"

    This spring the City of Longmont contracted to have dozens of goats to sustainably mitigate grass, weeds, and willows around the creek bank on hole #15 at Ute Creek Golf Course.

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  • Where are all these Ballmarks coming from?

    Help keep are greens in tip top condition. Click here for a ballmark repair tutorial

    How come we have so many ballmarks?
    Ute Creek gets a solid amount of play, but beyond just shear number of rounds the golfers are made up of good players.  Better golfers hit more greens and make more ballmarks.

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