The CSU men's and women's golf teams added an exciting element in time for the fall 2007 season. An indoor practice facility, the Harmony Club in Timnath, Colo., now serves as the Rams' primary training facility.
The 3,000-square-foot complex is filled with many exciting features, including three hitting bays that can be opened to hit onto the driving range, or closed to hit into a net.
The facility also is equipped with an indoor putting green, coaches' offices, and luxury locker rooms.
Surrounding the facility is a private, short-game practice area complete with two greens, bunkers, and plenty of chipping and pitching areas.
Along with the practice facilities, the Harmony Club also features an 18-hole golf course designed by CSU alum Jim Engh. Engh and Byron Collins, a fellow CSU alum and owner of the club, were instrumental in the creation of this million-dollar facility.
For more information, please visit the Harmony Web site: http://harmonyclub.info/
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