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    Golf off to a strong start to the 2016 season at Sunriver Resort

    The enthusiasm was palpable last weekend at Sunriver Resort, in what was the first full weekend of the 2016 golf season for the Woodlands Course

    Sunriver was teeming with energy under the bright, warm Central Oregon sun. The lush green playing surfaces were busy with golfers. The enjoyment of the game could be seen everywhere. 

    “The putting green and the driving range were full with golfers who were just out there practicing on their game in the afternoon,” said Josh Willis, Sunriver Resort’s director of golf, who had to wait until late afternoon last Sunday to find space enough on the tee sheet to fit his own round in. “The cafe was full. The weather was phenomenal. We couldn’t ask for more for opening weekend of our Woodlands Golf Course.”

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    New locals rate among the best deals of the season at Sunriver Resort

    Sunriver Resort is proud to be considered one of the top family golf destinations in the nation. But being a world-class resort is but one of our concerns.

    Sunriver Resort wants to be certain that we treat our locals well, too. 

    That is why Sunriver Resort is offering a spring special exclusive to Deschutes County residents. Through May 19, golfers who live in Deschutes County can play the Woodlands Course for just $49 (including cart) any day or time of the week.

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    Conditions update: Sunriver Resort ready for the golf season

    A nice run of dry, warm weather is all any superintendent asks for leading up to the golf season. This year Ryan Wulff, Sunriver Resort’s director of agronomy, got his wish.

    It has been quite a stretch in Sunriver. Temperatures began soaring into the 70s last week, and more fantastic weather is on the horizon.

    That has Sunriver Resort’s four golf courses springing back to life, especially at Woodlands, which opened early last weekend, and Crosswater, which teed off the golf season on Friday, April 8.

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    Sunriver Resort begins $500,000 bunker project at Meadows

    Sunriver Resort’s Meadows Golf Course is proof that a few hundred tons of sand can indeed make quite a difference. 

    Sunriver has begun a $500,000 project to completely rebuild all 69 bunkers on the Meadows, and the golf course’s striking new appearance will be impossible to miss. The project is expected to be completed by May 20, when Meadows is scheduled to open for the 2016 golf season.

    “This project will be a game changer,” said Josh Willis, Sunriver Resort’s PGA director of golf. “The changes to the bunkers will be dramatic but fair.”

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    Golf season to begin; Woodlands to open early

    The snowy white winter canvas that once covered Sunriver Resort has been slowly giving way to emerald green turf. The gray skies have become increasingly clear blue, revealing the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Range popping in the background under the bright spring sun. 

    For a golfer this can mean only one thing: The golf season at Sunriver Resort is fast approaching. 

    The official opening of Sunriver Resort’s golf season is Friday, April 8, when Crosswater tees off for the season. Caldera Links and Woodlands are scheduled to officially open on April 15, and Meadows is due to open on Friday, May 20. 

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