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Welcome to The Colorado Open Golf Foundation
What We Do
The Colorado Open Golf Foundation administers the Colorado Open golf championships to benefit The First Tee of Green Valley Ranch, the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf of Green Valley Ranch and the Colorado PGA Golf In Schools Program...Learn more about our chapter
What’s new at The Colorado Open Golf Foundation
Congratulations to Doug Rorhbaugh for winning the HealthONE Colorado Senior Open!
2013 HealthONE Colorado Championship Dates
The Colorado Open Golf Foundation proudly hosts the HealthONE Colorado Open Championships annually to benefit the programming efforts of The First Tee of Green Valley Ranch, the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf of Green Valley Ranch and the Colorado PGA Golf In Schools Program. New for 2013, the season will launch with the Colorado Senior Open during Memorial Day week and conclude with the Colorado Women's Open the week of Labor Day.
- HealthONE Colorado Senior Open: May 29-31 (click here for info)
- HealthONE Colorado Open Pro-Am: July 24 (click for info) AM PM
- Colorado Open Pro-Junior presented by Walmart: July 24
- HealthONE Colorado Open: July 25-28 (click here for info)
- HealthONE Colorado Women's Open: September 4-6 (click here for info)
Qualifying Sites and Dates for the Colorado Open:
Qualifier #1: July 10 at Antler Creek, Falcon, CO (near CO Springs)
Qualifier #2: July 16 at Eagle Ranch Golf Course, Eagle, CO
Qualifier #3: July 18 at Legacy Ridge Golf Course Westminster, CO
Qualifier #4: July 22 at Legacy Ridge Golf Course Westminster, CO
TFTGVR Classes & Updates
Updates to the program schedule will be posted here as changes are made! Below are links to helpful links for the 2013 season.
PGA Colorado Section Golf in Schools Program
The Colorado PGA Golf in Schools Program is a collaborative effort between the founding associations of the Colorado Open Golf Foundation: the Colorado PGA, Colorado Golf Association, Colorado Women’s Golf Association and Rocky Mountain Golf Course Superintendents' Association (the Allied Golf Associations) to introduce school age children across the state to the game of golf and the valuable life skills it teaches.
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