Suncadia adds new multi-use short game practice area called The Golf Park

Updated: August 5, 2012

Suncadia, a year-round mountain resort community located just 90 minutes east of Seattle, is adding another option for golf enthusiasts to its already impressive portfolio with the addition of its new Rope Rider Golf Park. The Golf Park opened in July and will operate as a short game practice area and a three-hole short course, joins Suncadia’s two public courses – Rope Rider and Prospector – and the property’s private course Tumble Creek.

Suncadia’s Rope Rider Golf Park will function as a free short game practice area from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. After 3 p.m., the park will be used as a three-hole short course and will be available for private and corporate events. Cost for the three-hole short course will be $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 17 and younger.

The Golf Park is ideal for small group activities and for those with time restrictions. As a multi-use area, the Golf Park will function well for a variety of users from small corporate outings with less time commitment to a unique venue to enjoy a beautiful summer evening playing a few holes of golf with the family. In addition, Suncadia can tailor specialized casual or competitive game-play formats for group events of 15 to 20 players in a more convenient amount of time.