Robert Trent Jones II, Patty Sheehan and others will participate in celebrating the milestone for the Angels Camp, Calif. property on May 9.
Greenhorn Creek Resort in Angels Camp, Calif., will commemorate its 20th anniversary on May 9. To help celebrate the milestone, many of those who have been instrumental in the success of the property in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California’s “Gold Country” will be present, including renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones II.
Joining Jones in the toast to Greenhorn Creek’s first twenty years will be Fritz Grupe, the Stockton, Calif.-based developer and owner of Greenhorn Creek, along with World Golf Hall of Fame member Patty Sheehan and former PGA/Senior Tour player Dick Lotz, both of whom were involved with the property’s initial course design.
“Since Greenhorn Creek opened in 1996, I have seen this golf course evolve and mature into a truly memorable course, thanks to the redesign by Robert Trent Jones II,” says Allan Ramorini, Head Golf Professional at Greenhorn Creek. “In addition, [Fritz] Grupe’s dedication has made Greenhorn Creek an environmentally sound and socially aware community for all who live here and visit.”
The anniversary lineup of festivities will include a luncheon buffet prior to an 18-hole golf tournament with on-course wine tasting, food stations, and prizes. Following the competition, participants will enjoy a social hour, dinner at CAMPS Restaurant and be treated to a special performance by renowned opera tenor Dennis McNeil.
Space for the 20th anniversary celebration is limited, but the public is welcome to celebrate the day with an all-inclusive entry fee of $185 (which includes a shirt, hat and other commemorative souvenirs). Non-golfing guests who wish to join for the social hour, dinner and music can do so at a fee of $85.
More information about the property and its 20th anniversary celebration can be found at www.greenhorncreek.com.