Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Back in the Mix

The awesome par three 17th at the Springs Course at Radium. This picture doesn't do it justice.

Hole #2 at the beautiful Golden Golf Club. We all had a great time... this is one of the few fairways I hit that day. We played the Springs at Radium, Windermere Valley, Golden and Calgary's Heather Glen on the way back.

After nearly a week out in BC/Alberta it's time to get back to work.

Can you believe they are making ice again at the i-plex? Work began on the weekend and the slow process will take most of the week. Bronco rookies arrive August 17th.

Meanwhile, renos continue in the Broncos dressing room. A lot of work is being done. I'll try to snap a few pics in the next week.

The Broncos are sending out a news release later today. It's great news for one of the players and the organization.

I'll post it later today when it's released.

New Head Coach/GM Mark Lamb is now working out of the Broncos office as training camp gets closer and closer.

Later this week I will do the annual "10 Reasons to Be Excited for the Season" post.

Stay tuned for Bronco news later today...



Anonymous said...

Nice photos those courses look awesome

Glen Erickson said...

A great par-3! But don't forget #8 at Elmwood (or is it #17 now?). Depending on the breeze that can be a sand wedge or a four-iron.
Glen Erickson
WHL Writer - Hockey's Future
Kelowna, BC

Jon Keen said...

Glen, yes it's hole #8. You're right, the wind can really blow up there.

Glen Erickson said...

Would love an image of #8...if you ever have some time to snap a pic from way up on that tee box. A 'memory lane' thing from my junior golf days in the late 1970s when Elmwood used to host an event called the Southwest Junior Open.

Graeme Craig said...

i just did Golden a couple weeks back and its pretty nice, plus we got thier on alberta day so it was $50 a round