June 10, 2018 Slideshows » Columns

The quiet solitude at the Broadmoor Golf Club 

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In the mornings, before everyone has arrived, the Broadmoor Golf Club courses are filled with a quiet solitude that's refreshing for the soul. Later in the evenings, after everyone is gone, the wildlife comes out to enjoy the apple trees and native grasses.
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Sunrise on the 13th hole of the Mountain Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Brent chips out of the native grass at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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The scoreboard of past champions at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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A spike buck under the apple tree at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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My office window view at the Mountain Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Mowing the 18th green on the East Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Caddie and golfer walk together on the third fairway of the East Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Sunrise at the fourth tee box of the West Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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A golfer walks the 16th fairway of the Mountain Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Sunrise on the ninth green of the East Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.
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Sunrise on the 13th hole of the Mountain Course at the Broadmoor Golf Club.

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