16th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament
Thursday, September 4, 2014
The COLORADO GOLD MEDAL INITIATIVE
Join us at the Pole Creek Golf Club at and enjoy some of the best views of the Rocky Mountains!
This event benefits the Colorado Gold Medal Initiative, an athlete-centered talent development initiative, with the goal of sustainable Olympic excellence by Colorado athletes in snow sports.
Pole Creek Golf Club is a private golf and country club located in Fraser/Tabernash, Colorado. Voted #1 Mountain Golf Course in the spring of 2013 and 2014 by Colorado Avid Golfer. Come and enjoy a chance to play an exquisite mountain course and support one of your favorite non-profit organizations at the same time.
Gold Medal Initiative
100% of net funds are given directly back to the athletes and disciplines
- Colorado’s top Alpine compete at U16 Nationals
- RMD athletes had a local opportunity for speed training with USST athletes at the Copper Speed Center.
- RMD Freestyle athletes gained inverted and off-axis jump qualifications and were qualified at three separate locations by USSA. Colorado All-Star athletes were trained by top Aerials Coaches at an All-Star Water Ramp Camp.
- Top RMD Jumping/Nordic Combined juniors trained alongside USST, Austria, Norway, and other nations in Lillehammer, Norway and at World Juniors.
Schedule of Events:
Thursday, September 4th
- 7:30 AM –8:15 AM Registration and Check-in
- 7:30 AM Warm-up
- 8:15 AM Pro and Team Auction
- 9:00 AM SHOTGUN SCRAMBLE
- 1:30 PM Lunch, Awards Party & Raffle
Download the entry form (.pdf)
Rocky Mountain Freestyle (RMF) is a non-profit division of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), as sanctioned by the United States Olympic Committee. Rocky Mountain Freestyle produces over thirty USSA-sanctioned freestyle events each season – including moguls, dual moguls, aerials, slopestyle and half pipe events. Events are hosted at major resorts across the Rocky Mountains. Rocky Mountain Freestyle has been the home to many US Freestyle Ski Team and Olympic athletes.
Rocky Mountain Freestyle offers two levels of competition for our freestyle athletes. The first is a RQS program that is primarily intended for entry and mid-level athletes. This fun program offers age-class competitions and usually only requires a youth-level USSA and Rocky Division Youth membership. The next step in competitor progression is our Competitive Series program that offers full USSA sanctioned competitions. Competitors receive points on the USSA national points list.