The RainDance Community is already a gem in Colorado, and they're just getting started on things. In addition to beautiful homes in a world-class community with world-class amenities, another addition is currently in the works. Whether you're a golfer or not, there is always something to be thrilled about when it comes to RainDance, the town of Windsor, and Northern Colorado in general.

3-time PGA Tour Champion Fred Funk is involved with a team that is currently developing a stunning, world-class, and master-planned golf course at RainDance in Windsor. Funk is teaming up with some of the best in the business in architect Harrison Minchew and local developer Martin Lind.

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"Words will never match what you will experience when you visit RainDance," said Funk, and after walking the course with the golfing great and others, I have to say that I agree with his assessment.

The views alone are stunning and the amount of planning, work, and vision that it takes to design and create a golf course is incredible in itself as well.

The 18 hole course and its vast layout is located above the Cache la Poudre River and covers more than 300 acres. The most incredible parts of the course are in and around the over 1000-year-old arroyos. The way the course will play (plus, the way they're designing things to preserve those arroyos and other native plants and parts of the land) is a great part of this whole process as well.

The course itself is scheduled to open for play next summer; the official target date for opening is going to be July 2022. There will be an incredible clubhouse along with a driving range, putting course, and a play area for the kids so plenty of things to do for kids of all ages.

Here's a look at what's brewing at the RainDance Golf Course:

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