Landscapes Golf Management has been chosen to manage two more golf courses: Coyote Crossing Golf Club in West Lafayette, Indiana and The Golf Club at Fox Acres in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. Each course will require different areas of focus from Landscapes, but both courses will receive such services as business strategy, golf course maintenance, clubhouse operations and marketing.
Coyote Crossing is one of Indiana’s top golf courses and is located 15 minutes from Purdue University and an hour northwest of Indianapolis. The 6,839-yard par-72 golf course features five sets of tees to accommodate a wide range of golfers while also presenting a challenge with creek crossings false fronts and firm greens. Landscapes will focus on training on-site leadership and improving the club’s food & beverage operations.
Fox Acres, located two hours north of Denver, is a nearly 6,500-yard course that sits at 8,300 feet above sea level and has various features such as elevation changes, 13 lakes, and holes with names like “Moose Crossing,” “Sleeping Elephants,” “Black Bear” and “Fox Den.” The course is inside a community with more than 100 residences and a similar number of undeveloped sites. Landscapes will focus its efforts on enhancing turf conditions, completing bunker renovations, increasing local memberships, increasing daily-fee play and bolstering its event and dining business.
“The footprints of Fox Acres and Coyote Creek are outstanding, and their ownership groups are intent on delivering exceptional experiences,” says Tom Everett, President of Landscapes Golf Management. “Our team brings specialized back-of-the-house and frontline business savvy, along with an authentic, personal touch, to these clubs to optimize their respective performance.”