The regal bronze Elk statue on the 1st tee of The Ridge Course at Copper Point is called “Royalty”. The statue was crafted by Karl Lansing, Canadian Sculptor who specializes in sculptures of North American and African Big Game Animals and Wildlife. The body stands 11.5 feet high, 9 feet long and 2 feet wide.

It’s been said that the only thing ‘short’ about The Ridge Course at Copper Point is the time it takes to play it! Indeed the par-62 Masters Course – which features some of the strongest holes at Copper Point – can often be played in just three hours. The course takes full advantage of the character-filled terrain it’s situated on. The innovative design features full length Par 3 and Par 4 holes that maintain the perfect blend of playability and challenge, appealing to every level of golfer. Impeccably conditioned and exquisitely shaped, the course often takes people by surprise. In fact, with a string of pristine par-3s and super-strong par-4s, you may walk off The Ridge Course wishing it took longer!

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