Thursday, August 4, 2011

Buffalo Run Golf Course celebrates 15 years this month

Community invited to celebrate with Buffalo Run at an event on Aug. 14

COMMERCE CITY – Since opening on Aug. 9, 1996, Buffalo Run Golf Course has been witness to many hooks, slices, long drives and mulligan's. Most of all, however, the facility has been the beneficiary of extraordinary support from the community all along the Front Range. On the eve of its 15-year anniversary, the course is making plans to celebrate.

On Aug. 14 from 2 – 5 p.m. Buffalo Run invites friends, family and the whole community to celebrate its 15th anniversary with free golf instruction, free practice facilities and fun games for the entire family. Golf clubs and practice balls will also be provided for golfers of all ages.

“This is our opportunity to thank the community and those that have been with us from the very beginning," said Mayor Paul Natale. "We're celebrating a major milestone and we want everyone to be a part of it."

Through the years, Buffalo Run has received numerous awards and honors, including 5280 magazine’s “Best Golf Course in the Denver Metro Area” and one of the Denver Post’s “Best Public Golf Courses for Colorado.”

Additionally, Buffalo Run has hosted prestigious professional and high-level amateur golf tournaments such as the Colorado Golf Association (CGA) Publinks Championship and the National Pro Golf Tour Regional Championship, both of which were played at Buffalo Run this summer.

"Buffalo Run has been a recreational mainstay in our community for the past decade and a half,” said Paul Hebinck, head golf professional and manager of Buffalo Run. “The success we've enjoyed with it is a direct reflection of the support the community has shown us over the years, and we look forward to celebrating that together on Aug. 14."

About Buffalo Run Golf Course:

Buffalo Run is an 18-hole links-style championship golf course located in Commerce City, Colo. Designed by renowned architect, Keith R. Foster, Buffalo Run has been recognized locally and nationally as one of the region's premier golf facilities, offering visitors of all ages and abilities a total golf experience for the last 15 years.

For more information about Buffalo Run, please contact Paul Hebinck at or 303-289-1500. Visit Buffalo Run online at

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