Redstone spring swing.

Redstone Resort’s earliest opening ever

The front nine holes are open at Redstone with more to open very soon.

Josefin Svedberg

Rossland News

Redstone Resort is open and thrilled that 2014 marked their earliest opening ever. The golf course opened April 12. The front nine holes are open with premium conditions and the back nine will open very soon.

An exciting reason to visit Redstone this season is to meet the new restaurant manager Jason Enns. Favourites will still stay on the menu together with some new refreshing dishes.

Cary Fisher, owner of Redstone Resort, says that the restaurant will open April 26 for people to come down and meet Enns and eat some good food.

There are plans to improve the entrance of the course and new trees are being planted. Clean up work is currently in motion after the winter season and the pro shop will soon to be filled with new stock of this season’s clothes and accessories.

 

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