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    Meadows ready to tee off golf season after a $500,000 bunker renovation

    After a $500,000 bunker renovation this spring, golfers will finally have a chance to play the new and improved Meadows Course. Sunriver Resort’s rebuilding of the bunkers will be unveiled to the public for the first time on Friday, May 20, when the 2016 golf season officially tees off at Meadows. 

    With 74 new bunkers coming on the heels of a $425,000 greens renovation in 2015, Meadows has a striking new appearance. And the difference will be immediately recognizable to anyone who has played the nearly 50-year-old golf course, which was redesigned by architect John Fought in 1999. 

    “I am truly excited to see the initial reaction of golfers when they first see and subsequently experience the changes at Meadows,” said Josh Willis, director of golf at Sunriver Resort. “I believe they will be stunned by the aesthetics of the golf course, and they will be delighted by the improved playability.”

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    Conditions update: Spring weather fueling health of Sunriver Resort golf courses

    Healthy turf is often dictated by the weather. 

    Spring in Sunriver can bring just about anything. So many days bring mild temperatures and sunny blue skies. But a touch of rain helps nourish the turf for the season to come, too. 

    So far, not much could have gone better at Caldera Links, Crosswater, Meadows and Woodlands. The turf is showing the effects of such an advantageous stretch of weather. 

    “We had a great winter, and so far we are enjoying a great spring,” said Ryan Wulff, Sunriver Resort’s director of agronomy. “The high and low temperatures, and the rain, have all been pretty mild. That has meant that the climate has been ideal for turf recovery." 

    “Everything is looking really good.”

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    Sunriver Resort pairs a round of golf with discounted lessons in May

    The path to more enjoyable golf is through better golf. Or more simply, if a golfer plays better he or she will have more fun. Golf really can be that simple. 

    Knowing just how to play better golf is the challenge, especially for amateur golfers. Too many golfers look to improve on their own, without the expertise of a PGA professional, and get frustrated with the game. It is a key reason why player development is a crucial component to the PGA of America’s Golf 2.0 initiatives. Certified PGA of America golf professionals really can help, offering golfers a trained eye to fix whatever ails their golf games. 

    The Sunriver Resort Golf Academy, led by director of golf instruction Kevin Erdman, have a solution this spring. For the first time, Sunriver Resort is offering Deschutes County residents the opportunity to receive a private half-hour golf lesson with Erdman for just $25 with any tee time at Woodlands Golf Course booked in May.

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