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Caldera Links & Golf Park at Sunriver Set to Open
Caldera Springs, the new 400-acre resort community created by the same team that developed and operates Sunriver Resort, will unveil its golf course at a grand opening ceremony on August 11. Caldera Springs and Sunriver Resort is located 15 miles south of Bend in central Oregon.
Caldera Links and Golf Park - a nine-hole, par-3 layout with three regulation-length holes - will be opened to the public for self-guided walking tours beginning at 10 a.m. The, the family-style golf course will host a kids' putting contest from 10 to 11 a.m.
Caldera Links' co-designers Bob Cupp and Jim Ramey will attend and will be honored during a commemorative ceremony and champagne toast planned from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Cupp, with a lengthy résumé of acclaimed courses to his name, is co- designer of Sunriver's Crosswater course, while Ramey serves as director of agronomy for all Sunriver Resort courses after a long tenure as superintendent at Crosswater. Now an accomplished author, Cupp will introduce his newly published golf book, "The Edict."
The ceremony will be capped by a lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Harper's Outpost Picnic Pavilion. A "four-ball eightsome" golf tournament for Caldera Springs' owners and Crosswater members will begin at 1 p.m.
For more information about Caldera Links & Golf Park, call 800/781-9462 or visit www.calderasprings.com.
About Caldera Springs
Caldera Springs will encompass nearly 400 acres and upon full build-out will include 320 single-family homes and 45 cabins. Featuring more than 50 percent open space and mature Ponderosa pines, Caldera Springs is located adjacent to the resort's Crosswater Golf Club and is close to Sunriver Resort.
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