Mark Mueller, Greg Dalsis
Very Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
4000 ft. – 4500 ft.Course Length: Metric
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Private Pay to play
Description: A physically and technically challenging, regularly maintained, private, backcountry mountain course with steep uphill, high precision, long bombs, and cross mountain shots.
Remote, peaceful and quiet with impressive alpine views and abundant wildlife. PLAY at YOUR OWN RISK COURSE. No facilities available (see rules below).
Minimum Donation Guidelines (in addition to a signed waiver):
Per day: $5 per player; or $20 per card
2015 full season: $50 or 4 hours labor on course
All donations go to course improvement and maintenance.
Course Maps are available at the course start. Course Guides (people who will show the course) are available on request.
An optional 9 holes of play is available via a short trail that goes from basket 6 to the tee pads for 16, look for the signs at the tee pad for 7. Other mashups are available too, contact Mark or Dali for details
(violating these rules could lead to immediate closure of the course for everyone, not just the perpetrator):
A SIGNED WAIVER (available at the course start) IS REQUIRED to be on the course grounds (call 970-439-0004 or email RedTailDGC@gmail.com for assistance). Being on the course without having signed a waiver and putting it in the donations pole is TRESPASSING
Cleaning up after your dog is not necessary EXCEPT near teepads, and on fairways and greens where your fellow players are going to soil their nice shoes and discs.
Please take any trash with you.
31130 County Route 179Street Address:
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Local Directions: From mile marker 56 on CO Highway 131, head North on Routt County Road 179 for 3.2 miles. Park on the road or in the lot by the fence. Do not block driveway access and please leave the gate how you found it! To find CO Highway 131, head South out of Steamboat on Highway 40, it is on the right a few miles out of town.