The 18-hole championship golf course designed by Arthur Schaupeter Golf Course Architects in Berthoud, Colo., is expected to open in spring 2018, featuring a clubhouse with a pro shop, grill, bar and dining room, meeting and banquet space, pool and exercise facility, as well as an 800-acre master-planned community.
TPC Network and Heron Lakes Investments have broken ground on an 18-hole championship golf course and an 800-acre master-planned community in Berthoud, Colo., known as TPC Colorado, the Loveland, Colo., Reporter-Herald reported.
According to a press release from the TPC Network, the course is projected to open in the spring of 2018. It will feature a variety of hole lengths, elevated ridges with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains, holes along the lake shorelines, stacked-sod pot bunkers and fescue-lined fairways to “give golfers a sense of the Scottish heritage of the sport,” the Reporter-Herald reported.
The housing in the development will range from multimillion-dollar custom estates to luxury townhouses and condos, the release said. The course will have a clubhouse boasting a pro shop, grill, bar and dining room, meeting and banquet space and a separate pool and exercise facility, the Reporter-Herald reported.
The par-72 TPC Colorado course was designed by Arthur Schaupeter Golf Course Architects and will have the infrastructure to accommodate professional tournaments. The course can be set up at more than 7,900 yards for tournament play, but multiple tees on each hole will allow recreational golfers to play at shorter lengths, from 4,000 to 7,600 yards, the Reporter-Herald reported.
The release said the master plan for the development, Heron Lakes Golf Community, contains a 30-acre commercial component.