Grand Opening for New Idaho Course


The Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed Osprey Meadows at Tamarack Resort will hold a grand opening in late-May, weather permitting. The course is the summer centerpiece of a new year-round resort in Donnelly, Idaho.

“The natural terrain of the land used for this course provided us a perfect design palette,” gushed the architect. “The dramatic changes in landscape and majestic views of the mountains, the meadow and Lake Cascade, qualify Osprey Meadows as one of the finest courses in the Pacific Northwest.”

The par-72 Osprey Meadows stretches across 400 acres. It features varied terrain, 73 bunkers, several water hazards and wetlands, tree-lined fairways, and five par-5s and five par-3s. The greens average 7,000 square feet in size, with an average green slope gradient of less than 3%. The course sits at 4,800 feet above sea level.

A ski/golf biathlon set for May 20 will kick off Osprey Meadows’ season. “If weather conditions allow, we’ll ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon, savoring the unique opportunity to experience two diverse sports in one day,” says Alfredo Miguel, avid golfer and chairman of Tamarack Resort.

About Tamarack Resort

Tamarack Resort in Idaho’s Payette River Mountains is the first all-season resort to open in the U.S. in 24 years. Besides golf, it features venues for skiing, hiking and mountain biking. Nearby Lake Cascade is the place for swimming, sailing, fishing, sea kayaking, and boating. Just off the 18th hole is the new Members’ Lodge and Spa. It offers lodging, dining, shopping, a fitness center, and health and wellness spa. For a tee time or to book lodging, call 208/325-GOLF or 877-TAM-RESORT. For more information about the resort, call 208/325-1000 or visit www.tamarackidaho.com.     


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