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Awards / Environment

Fox Hollow and Homestead Golf Courses have been honored with the following awards and recognitions.

Fox Hollow Golf Course

  • 1994:  Golf Digest nationally recognized and awarded Fox Hollow as the #2  “Best New Course In America”.

  • 2006: The National Golf Foundation recognized Fox Hollow for receiving high approval ratings from customers. Selected as a runner-up in the Municipal Facility category, Fox Hollow was one of only two Colorado courses to receive and award from more than 400 participating courses.

  • 2000: Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary recognition awarded to Fox Hollow for providing sanctuary to wildlife, reducing the use of chemicals, and taking action to protect the environment.

  • 1993: Environmental Steward Award presented to Fox Hollow for design principles and maintenance practices that enhance the ecosystem.

  • Golf Digest and Colorado Golf magazines have consistently recognized Fox Hollow as a “Top 10 Public Golf Course In Colorado”.

 

 

The Homestead Golf Course

  • 2011 Colorado Avid Golfer recognized Homestead as a Top Course for Women

 

  • 2010 Golf Range Magazine’s TOP SHORT COURSES IN AMERICA.

 

  • 2006 The Homestead Golf Course received an Environmental Leaders in Golf Award (Chapter Level) from the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and Golf Digest for their commitment to environmental stewardship. The award recognizes golf course superintendents and their courses for overall course management excellence in the area of resource conservation, water quality management, integrated pest management and education/outreach. In addition, these categories are judged on sustainability, criticality, originality and technology implementation/use.

 

  • 2005 The Homestead golf course is registered with the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses and received full certification in 2005. The program’s goal is to assess property resources and then develop an environmental plan that fits the golf course’s unique setting and needs. The ultimate goal is to gain certification. Three steps are involved and include; Site assessment and environmental plan, Implementing your plan and Submitting documentation. Certification areas include; Environmental case study, Wildlife and habitat management, Chemical use and reduction safety, Water conservation, Water quality management and Outreach and education.

 

                                 Logo Top Short Courses           Audubon International        GCSAA Golf Digest                

 

Contact Information:

Fox Hollow Golf Course
13410 W. Morrison Rd.
Lakewood, CO 80228
Direct: 303-986-7888 | Email: crinfo@lakewood.org