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COVID-19 | July 20 Update

Course Happenings,

Thank you for your patience and understanding during the COVID-19. We encourage you to continue to pay attention to best practices and recommendations from the CDC and public health agencies on protecting yourself from exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Hours of Operation As approved by the Jefferson County Health Department, and through the City of…

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Spring Green Renovations

Course Happenings,

As winter ends, and Spring begins, many of us have projects on our list – Fossil Trace Golf Club is no exception. With recent events of the world, the turf care team at Fossil Trace will continue with a spring renovation project that is sure to improve conditions and the overall experience. Hole #3 |…

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Spring Indoor Club Fitting

Clubs & Lessons, Course Happenings,

March LAUNCH Fitting Days | 2019 Beginning March 9, Fossil Trace Performance and our Certified Fitters will be on site for free 30-minute fitting sessions every Saturday for five weeks. Each week will feature one manufacturer: Call the Fossil Trace Golf Shop at (303) 277-8750 to sign up for a fitting session. All fittings are…

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The Tommyknocker Tap Takeover

Course Happenings, Food & Dining,

Happy Holidays from Fossil Trace Golf Club and Schnepfs! What would you like for Christmas? Perhaps a night off. You are invited to join us on Saturday, December 23rd for the 1st Annual Tommyknocker Tap Takeover at Schnepf’s Restaurant at Fossil Trace. Locally inspired craft beers and soda, live music and drink specials. Finish up…

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Biscuits and Berries – More than a Restaurant and Bar

Course Happenings,

It has been an interesting off-season at Fossil Trace Golf Club. Near-record temperatures in February and March have allowed the golf course to remain open for much of the winter. We have not been able to provide a comprehensive offering of food and drink during a transition to a new restaurant. The transition from winter…

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The Doctor is In – The “Putt Doctor” that is.

Celebrate Each Day, Course Happenings,

Fossil Trace Golf Club Teaching Professional Patti Marquis has partnered with the “Putt Doctor,” Dr. Craig Farnsworth for an exclusive learning opportunity, the SEE & SCORE Putting Clinic. Dr. Farnsworth is a Sports Vision Optometrist and the author of “The Putting Prescription: The Doctor’s Proven Method for a Better Stroke.”  Join Patti and Dr. Farnsworth for a…

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Callaway Fitting Day – Big Bertha and her crew are here Saturday, June 25th

Clubs & Lessons, Course Happenings,

Get fit for the latest from Callaway Golf this Saturday during Callaway Fitting Day at Fossil Trace.  XR woods & irons, Big Bertha woods & irons and Apex/Apex forged irons. How do you, and for that matter, how do our leading golf manufacturers continue to improve golf club performance?  Driver head size must remain at…

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National Instruction Day at Fossil Trace

Celebrate Each Day, Course Happenings,

Within the fraternity of the golf industry, we are in this together, through allied associations, partnerships and friendships – to create opportunities for you to play more golf and to make golf more fun through great instruction.  With that in mind, Fossil Trace Golf Club has been chosen as a host venue for National Instruction…

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PGA Junior League Comes to Fossil Trace

Course Happenings,

Golf leagues exist in various forms at golf courses and clubs all around the country. Whether it be a weekly competitive league, a bi-monthly social league or a work league that brings colleagues together out of the office, golf leagues typically provide adult golfers an opportunity to socialize and have fun while playing the great…

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A New Season

Course Happenings,

The blanket of snow and ice slowly recedes, starting at the edges of the fairways, then the tee boxes, and finally the greens.  As the elk herd lingers on the range and around the 1st tee box, sunny days start to remind us that maybe, just maybe, there’ll be some winter golf this year.  Ice,…

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