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ELKHORN GOLF CLUB Elkhorn was the last collaboration


between the legendary father-son golf course design team. Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed the hilly front nine, while Robert Trent Jones II designed the back nine, which follows a creek and has a water hazard on every hole but one. Elkhorn is a semi-private club, but


Sun Valley resort guests have access to this excellent golf challenge. With large, undulating greens, 7,214 yards long from the tips, and boasting more than 100 bun- kers, Elkhorn insists that players be “on” to score well. The clubhouse, practice facility, at-


tention to detail, décor and landscaping whisper “country club,” and the welcom- ing staff and hospitality make Elkhorn an inviting treat.


AFTER-GOLF ACTIVITIES AND MORE Sun Valley’s legacy heralds back to the


resort’s origins as the first ski resort in North America. It was built to be one of the preeminent resort destinations on the continent, and it has never ceased aspiring for this distinction. The Sun Valley Pavilion exemplifies this mandate. Few expenses were spared to build this world-class outdoor concert space, with both lawn and reserved seat- ing. Hence, when sitting members of lead- ing U.S. philharmonic orchestras travel each summer to perform in the Sun Valley Symphony Series, they have a venue befit- ting their elite skills. For those who like more action, the resort’s gun club, hiking and biking trails,


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