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July Courier

July Courier 2019


Welcome New Members
Michael Bradley
Brady & Michael Portman
Cristin & Ross Rhinehart

Congratulations to Individual Match Play Champions,
Patrick Mansfield and Denis Schoonover! The Rolling Hills Foundation and beneficiary, the Golden
Rotary, had another successful year with the Wild Wild
Patrick Mansfield Denis Schoonover West themed gala and annual golf tournament. The
double shotgun allowed nearly 160 players to enjoy
UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS the beautiful golf course that Matt Zahn and his crew
had in perfect condition. After 20 years, Rolling Hills is
Member/Member - July 13th - 14th still one of a few private clubs in the country to have its
Parent/Junior Club Championship - Sunday, July 14th own foundation. Along with your help, the Foundation
has now raised nearly $3 million dollars for local area
Ladies 18 Hole Best Ball - July 16th & 18th charities since its inception. I believe that we not only
Triumph Cups - Saturday, July 20th have the friendliest membership in the region, but also
the most giving! Foundation Co-Presidents, Jim Billings
Couples Guest Day - Sunday, July 21st and Aimee Petri, their committee, along with numerous
Ladies 18 Hole Guest Day - Tuesday, July 23rd volunteers, did a wonderful job making 2019 another
Junior Golf Championships & Awards - July 24th - 25th
successful year for these great events.
Couples Par 3 - Friday, July 26th Have a great summer and enjoy golfing!
Senior Club Championships - July 27th - 28th —Jeff, Chris, Brian, Mike, Matt, Matt and Debra

" Of all the hazards, fear is the worst "
- Sam Snead

With the summer in full swing, Junior Golf Director,
Chris Parisi has done a wonderful job getting our award If you don't know Nancy
winning Junior Golf Program off to a great start! Brian Haley or her story, check
Hodges, Mike Selbe, Matt Weiss, Matt Lauer, and out our Facebook page
our many volunteers have done fantastic work with to get a better glimpse
these future stars. Under the direction of Chris, parent at some of what she
coordinators Debbie Rooney and Erin Strange, with has accomplished and is
the support of the entire membership, our program continuing to accomplish
remains not only the best, but also the largest in the today. From Sport Haley,
Tehama with Clint
state of Colorado. Eastwood, to her artistic
Don’t forget to sign up for the Parent/Junior Club side! We are always proud
to see you be recognized
Championship on Sunday, July 14th.
Please send any fun pictures from this season to Marta Nancy!
Kostelny at [email protected] to see
your kiddos on the website, newsletter or next year's

Junior Program!

North 40 Ladies Golf
Over the past several years we have seen many areas of the July 16th & 18th
course affected by challenging weather conditions that have
impacted turf quality; and subsequently, have impacted Don't miss this fun 2-person best ball tournament!
member experience and increased the cost of maintenance Register in the Ladies Locker Room or call the Golf
operations. In an effort to mitigate these issues to membership
and our maintenance staff the Green Committee has made a Shop at (303)279-7858.
conscious effort to make positive changes to the course. These
efforts include calculated tree removals, a change in the aeration LADIES 18-HOLE GUEST DAY
program, and changes to our maintenance equipment to name “SOAK UP THE SUN”

a few. Tuesday, July 23rd
One area of the course that was severely impacted this spring was 7:30 Registration
the fairway on the 16th hole. You may have noticed earlier this 8:30 am Shotgun
spring that the entire south side of the fairway was desiccated $70 per two person team
by winter kill. Matt Zahn and his staff have put in an incredible Includes Lunch and a summer surprise treat after
amount of time, energy, and money into returning that area to
an acceptable level for our membership. The Green Committee golf!
along with Matt Zahn and Aaron Fankhauser have determined Feel free to dress up in your fun summer wear!
that it is in the best interest of the course and membership to Sign-up in the Ladies Locker Room or call the Golf
take action to prevent this from happening on an annual basis.
As a Committee we have made the decision to remove the pine Shop at (303)279-7858.

trees down the right side of the 16th fairway. LADIES TRIPLE
The decision to remove the pine trees is not a purely maintenance CROWN TOURNAMENT

driven decision. Here are the other reasons for the decision. August 6th - 7th
• The original design of the hole was meant to be a dogleg $400 per team
Spots are still available!
that turns from right to left. This was the intent of Press Member/Member or Member/Guest flights
Maxwell and we strongly believe that keeping as close to his Tournament consists of 3 nine hole rounds:
design is important to our course legacy The Derby August 6th @ 4:45 pm
• Improved turf health is important to maintain the playability Shotgun - Chapman Scotch format
of the hole and the enjoyment of our members and guests The Preakness August 7th @ 8:30 am
• Any effort we can make to keep golf balls off of 32nd Avenue Shotgun - Best Ball format
is certainly going to help mitigate the liability of the Club, The Belmont August 7th 11:00 am
thus making operations safer Shotgun - Scramble format
Tree removal and turf renovations will start on July 1st and there Includes all golf, awesome tee gifts, appetizers
will be no impact on playability during this transition period. before Derby, Derby after party, breakfast and
lunch the following day plus all of the alcohol
The "new" hole will be ready for play by August 1st. during the event Questions? Contact Michele
• Pine trees along the south side of the fairway will be removed Castle at [email protected] or
• Rough down the left side of the fairway will be extended (303)898-4074.

south by about 20 feet WHAT IS THE "#2 CLUB"?
• New trees will be planted down the left side of the hole to
Any player who scores a ‘2’ while playing with any
help define the dogleg #2 Club Member will pay EACH #2 Club Member
• New fairway turf/sod will be placed where the trees were in your foursome $2.00 and you will become a

removed member of the #2 Club.
• New fairway will extend roughly 20-30 feet to the south ALL #2 Club members should have a #2 Club
• New tee boxes will be rebuilt this fall/winter and will be pin or Bag Tag displayed when playing. You can
purchase your own #2 Bag tag/ pin at www.
raised by roughly 5 feet to provide a better look at the hole Once you’re a #2 Club
and views of the lake member, you will receive $1.00 from any other
Thank you for your patience during this project and we hope #2 Club member in your foursome, whenever you
you enjoy returning to our Press Maxwell roots when the hole
score a ‘2’ on a hole.
is completed.

Michael Bowden
Green Committee Chairman

Events Pot of Gold
Happy Hour
Tuesday - Friday 7:00pm 
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Complimentary appetizers every Friday the first tuesday of every month 
July 2nd
Italian Night
Every Wednesday from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm 1st drawing

Every Thursday from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN DINNER FOR TWO!

Lobster Night $2,400 2nd drawing
Every Saturday from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm THE ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP IS ENTERED FOR A
Pot of Gold
Tuesday, July 2nd Must be present to win!
7:00 pm - Drawing
Pot Amount - $2,400
4th of July Party & Fireworks
Thursday, July 4th
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Music on the Mesa
Friday, July 5th
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Wine Social
Thursday, July 11th
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Dinner on Hole #11
Saturday, July 13th

6:00 pm
Music on the Mesa

Friday, July 19th
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dive In Movie Night

Saturday, July 27th

6:00 pm
Movie will start at dark

Pool Closed
Saturday, August 2nd


Join us for the Dive In Movie Night

July 27th 6:00 pm
@ the pool


$10.00++ per person


Steve Olesen was born in Big Spring, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Texas and grew up in an Air Force and $20 per person
tennis family. He has four brothers
and a sister, all of whom played high Come out to the July 4th Tennis Social complete with a
level collegiate tennis. While living in bar and brunch items.
Tacoma, Washington, Steve’s family Format
was voted Pacific Northwest Tennis
9:00 am - 9:30 am - Warm Up
Family of the Year (1988). 9:30 am - 11:00 am - Live Ball
Steve played high school tennis in 11:00 am - 12:00 pm - Open Play
Yacarille, CA; playing #1 singles and Celebrate Independence Day on the Tennis courts. Please
doubles all four years. Steve then call the Tennis Facility (303)278-1121 or go to the Tennis
went onto play college tennis for Calendar on the RH web site to sign up!
West Texas A&M University. His
team qualified consecutive years for nationals, finishing FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE BALL
with rankings of 11 and 13 in the nation. Steve, along with
his doubles partner David Licker, achieved a ranking of 10 July 12th & July 26th
in the nation in doubles. 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Steve is coming to Colorado from the Lonestar State
where he worked, alongside his brother Dave, as a Head $23/person
Pro for the Tascosa Country Club in Amarillo, TX. Steve has Schedule
worked with and developed all levels of tennis players: 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm - Warm Up
from adult beginners to top ranked super champ juniors 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm - Live Ball
in Texas. Many of whom have gone onto play Division I 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm - Open Play
and II collegiate tennis.
Steve believes making a genuine connection with
the player is vital to being an effective coach. "Great
movement is the key to great tennis." - while on court,
Steve emphasizes footwork and balance to go along with
technical stroke development.


Open Live Ball - Tuesdays @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Beginner Ladies - Wednesdays 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Men’s Drills - Fridays @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Open Live Ball - Fridays @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Beg/2.5 Live Ball - Fridays @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Open Live Ball - Saturdays @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am


2.5 Ladies Team - Tuesdays @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
3.5 Ladies Team - Wednesdays @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
4.0 Ladies Team - Wednesdays @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
3.0 Ladies Team - Thursdays @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
3.0 Ladies Team - Fridays @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Men’s Teams - Saturdays @ 8:00 am - 9:30am

Please register on the RH website or call the tennis facility
at (303)278-1121. Drills and Practices will be canceled if

there are no more than three people signed up.

Tennis continued
July 23rd
12:00 pm - Awards will follow at 5:00 pm • Go to
Singles events for boys and girls ages 8 to 18. • Click on the sign in box on the left upper hand side of

Championship Divisions the screen
10 and under • If you do not know your login info, contact Libby
12 and under
14 and under Ranson at the club at (303)279-3334.
15 and over • Hover over “TENNIS” to bring up a drop down box.
MONTHLY RE-STRING SPECIAL • Click on the event that you want to sign up for
• Select “REGISTER”
Babolat Spiraltek - $30.00 • Click "CONTINUE REQUEST"

Thank you, again, for your support of this year's Foundation events; Tennis Live Ball, the Wild Wild West Gala,
and Golf Tournament. We had a great time supporting the Foundation at Rolling Hills and the Golden Rotary!

Thanks to West Metro Fire Department and Jeff Seltz for their help with the Ball Drop!

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) YOGA

July 11th & 15th @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am - Fitness Center Wednesdays @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am - Poolside Cabana
FREE - Reservations required FREE - Reservations required

Interval training with high-intensity exercises for a full body Various postures are practiced to align, strengthen and
workout. Build your cardiovascular fitness while improving promote flexibility in the body, as well as balance and
muscular strength and endurance. For intermediate fitness
relaxation. All levels welcome.
1 session $75 │ 5 sessions $350 │ 10 sessions $650
Wednesdays @ 7:30 am - 8:15 am - Poolside Cabana Whether your goal is to lose weight, increase strength,
FREE - Reservations required improve your game, or enhance your current fitness
routine, we will develop a customized fitness plan to
A full body workout using a variety of equipment and help you achieve your goals. Sessions are one hour. Semi-
body weight for resistance training and cardiovascular private and small group training available upon request.

conditioning. All levels welcome.

Swim • Grandchildren under the age of 19, when
accompanied by one or both grandparents who
NEW 2019 POOL HOURS are members of the club, shall be allowed access
to all swimming pool facilities without charge, but
You asked and we listened! We are now open one hour are subject to all pertinent rules and regulations.
earlier during the week. Adult grandchildren (19+) will be charged the guest
Monday - Thursday fee. Non-member parents of such children are to
be considered guests and subject to existing guest
11:30 pm - 8:00 pm - Open Swim fees for use of swimming pool facilities.
*shallow end may be closed for swim lessons until
Monday, July 29th, 4:30 pm
A few reminders about the check in process for members Mark your calendar for our end of season team banquet.
and guests: Join your swimmer and diver for a fun BBQ buffet at the

• Members of each family must check in at the pool.
front pool gate. Please provide name and account
number. SWIM TEAM
• It is required for all guests to be accompanied by
a member. The member must check the guest in July 12th - Last Chance League Invitational @ Hiwan CC
upon arrival. July 16th - B League (8 & under, 9-10, 11-12)
@ Village Club
• During open swim, the member must, at all times, July 18th - A League Day 1 @ Cherry Hills CC
remain with the guest in the pool area. If the guest July 19th - A League Day 2 @ Cherry Hills CC
arrives prior to the member’s arrival, the guest
must wait outside the pool area until the member DIVE LEAGUE & ALL STAR MEET
July 15th - League Dive Meet @ Cherry Hills CC
• Members’ non-dependent children are considered July 22nd - All Star Dive Meet @ Columbine CC
guests; therefore, must be accompanied by the
member during swim outings. STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Location: Runway 35 Pool @ Stapleton
• No individual shall be permitted to be a guest Friday, July 26th - Day 1 - 400 Freestyle, 13 & 14,
at the pool more than six (6) times per month 15 & 16, 17 & 18, Event #1-6
exclusive of special events. Saturday, July 27th - Day 2 - Lower Division, 12 &
under, Event #7-60
• The Guest fee is $10.00 per guest. Discounted Sunday, July 28th - Day 3 - Upper Division, 13 & older
pool passes are available for purchase at the Main Event #61-110
Office. No guest fee for children under the age of 5.

• Children under the age of 21 may have a maximum
of one (1) guest per visit unless accompanied by an
adult supervisor.

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