IDAA 2013

Golf / Fun Run / Fly-fishing / Biking



Keystone Resort has two amazing Colorado golf courses offering thirty-six incredible, championship holes. These have made Keystone one of the nation's most respected golf resorts. Imagine teeing off what is seemingly the edge of the world, launching your ball into the light, clear, Rocky Mountain air. At Keystone, you're in for some of the greatest golfing of your life in one of the most spectacular settings you'll ever experience. (2 pictures attached). We encourage you to spend an extra day or two if you enjoy golfing in some of the most spectacular settings in the country. There are several other courses in the Dillon valley as well as the courses in Vail, less than an hour drive away.

The golf tournament is on Wednesday Morning, July 31st, 2013 with a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. The cost is $110 and includes green fees, cart, transportation, and prizes. The pro has chosen the "Ranch Golf Course" for the tournament and shuttle service will be provided by the resort. You may sign up for the golf outing when you register online. The Pro-Shop at Keystone Resort has rental golf clubs for $30.00 to save you transportation costs.

Keystone Resort has agreed to provide green fees and cart throughout the conference for the same price that is being charged for the tournament. For non-tournament tee times and questions you can contact the Pro Shop directly at

The sun is much closer to you in Keystone. Don't forget your sunscreen and golf umbrella. You can generally expect the morning temperature to start in the sixties and be in the seventies by noon. Most rain showers come in the form of afternoon thunder storms but this is Colorado in the mountain-so come prepared. We know you will be blown away by the EPIC beauty of these courses and wish you much joy and relaxation on the links.


The Fun Run may be held either Friday or Saturday morning depending on the schedule. This type of event is common at Keystone and the resort is able to organize it along the trails which run by the creek and the ski slopes. More information will be available.



The Rocky Mountain streams are renowned for fly-fishing. A certified guide, who is a friend of Bill's, has offered to lead a group to the best streams in the area. Although he wants to provide this as a part of his service work, you might want to consider a tip if you hook a fish or two. This site will be updated in the spring allowing you to express your interest and sign up for this amazing opportunity.


Keystone Resort has plenty of bike rentals available for a gentle ride along the creek paths or the challenge of mountain trails. Perhaps you might want to take the time to bike across Dillon Valley to the town of Breckenridge; only 14.4 miles over Swan Mountain Road.