It is the goal of the Copperleaf Professional Golf team to provide the highest level of customer service from the golf shop through the last putt on the 18th hole, fun tournaments, exceptional instruction, and an attractive, interesting golf merchandise concession. Copperleaf holds numerous tournaments throughout the year. During the winter season, the Copperleaf Ladies Golf Association has league play one day each week, with additional special events throughout the season. Copperleaf Ladies 9 Association (CL9) has league play once a week and several special events during season. CL( provides opportunities to golf 9 holes for those who no longer want to play 18 holes. There are also many opportunities for men to enjoy organized competition through the Copperleaf Men's Golf Association. There are numerous couples' events, including weekly, informal Sunday couple play, club-organized couple events and a Couples Member Guest. The "Grand Finale" to each season is the 3 day Member Classic in which upwards of 180 members participate. The inclusive attitude of Copperleaf members is evidenced by the number of golf groups organized by members that play throughout the week. They are welcoming, easy to join and a great way to form friendships that invariably extend beyond the course.
Golfers ride the course in style in the latest golf cart model from ClubCar. Helpful technology is at each member's disposal during their golf round, making it a snap to find their yardage through the GPS system on the golf cart.
The Golf Operations staff leads a comprehensive instructional program for all ability levels. Leading the program are Copperleaf's PGA Class A professional, Jason Miller. Weekly clinics are held throughout the winter season, as well as special programs and a two-day golf school. They enjoy helping members "sharpen" their game.
The Copperleaf Golf Shop is stocked with the finest quality apparel and equipment, typically at lower prices that the golf retail shops in the area.
Copperleaf is a Gordon Lewis designed championship golf course and redesigned by Kipp Schulties.