Cornerstone Club Gets New Management
Jun 17, 2010 | 1658 views | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
MONTROSE COUNTY – KemperSports, manager of high-end private clubs and resorts, will manage the 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf course and 6,000-acre private resort Cornerstone Club, in Montrose.

Cornerstone has 412 home sites and nearly 3,000 acres of outdoor space reserved for cross-country skiing, nature trails, horseback riding and fishing, but its centerpiece is what golf-course designer Norman has declared is “the best mountain golf course in the world” – a championship course with tee boxes stretching to 8,000 yards, surrounding a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse. Since opening in 2008, the Cornerstone golf course been acclaimed by Golfweek (2008 Best New Courses); Travel & Leisure Golf (Top 100 Golf Communities); GOLF Magazine (2008 Best New Private Course); LINKS Magazine (2008 Best New Courses List); and Golf Digest (2009 Best New Private Course).

“KemperSports brings a lot to the table, and will still allow Cornerstone to maintain its high level of quality, uniqueness and signature Pioneer Hospitality,“ said Brian Wallin, Cornerstone vice president and project manager.
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