Keisers’ Sand Valley adding a fourth golf course, 6-acre putting course

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New plans at Sand Valley will add a smokehouse, putting course, practice facility, arcade, tennis center, bistro restaurant, pool house and opportunities to own homes on-site.

Last week, Sand Valley announced it would begin construction this month on a multi-facility expansion. A new 18-hole course called Sedge Valley will open in 2024, part of Sedge Village. The village will feature a new smokehouse restaurant that includes a barbecue pit and craft beer, as well as a 6-acre putting course, an interactive golf entertainment center with all-season golf simulators and a game arcade, also opening in 2024.

While Sedge Valley won’t open for another two years, other new amenities at Sand Valley are set to arrive next year.

A Sand Valley Pool House will open in 2023, featuring an infinity pool, sauna, steam and cold plunges. The Pool House will also offer massage techniques in eight treatment rooms, as well as a grab-and-go station for food and drinks.

Sand Valley will also grow its focus on tennis. A 13,000-square-foot Tennis Center will open in 2023, adjacent to its 15 grass tennis courts. The center will feature outdoor seating overlooking the courts and Sedge Valley’s 18th hole. The Tennis Center will include a bistro-style restaurant with a brick wood-fired oven and a pro shop.

Sedge Village will also feature a collection of 36 homes, most of which will overlook a 17-acre lake. Sedge Village Estate sites will range from 4 to 30 acres, and buyers can work with their own architects to design seasonal or year-round homes.

Sedge Village Cottage homesites are smaller at one-half to 2 acres, and the first cottages will open for the 2023 season.

Michael Keiser, who owns Sand Valley with his brother, Chris Keiser, said they always want to give their guests new reasons to return.

“We have always said to our guests, ‘if you keep coming back, we’ll keep giving you more reasons to return,’” Michael Keiser said. “Sedge Village gives us all something to look forward to.”

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