Condit recently completed a heritage exhibit at Colorado Golf Club (CGC) in Parker, Colorado. The spectacular landscape of the place sits facing the 14,000-ft Pike’s Peak to the south-west, is home to antelope and deer, and is blushed throughout the summer months with blazing red Indian Paintbrush wildflowers to which the club’s logo gives ode.
Established in 2007 CGC prides itself on a modern and youthful approach to the golf club experience, however not without serious dedication to the game. The club has been host to several prestigious events including the Senior PGA Championship in 2010, and the Solheim Cup in 2013. To celebrate this honorary albeit young history, CGC turned to Condit to design, custom fabricate and install a heritage display for permanent exhibition in the clubhouse.
The exhibit includes two murals honoring the surrounding land and wildlife, interpretive panels and triptych display cases detailing and commemorating the events of hosted tournaments, a welcome panel, and a historical photo wall. For the effect of aesthetic cohesion throughout the building, Condit was also commissioned for various branded metal pieces and interior decorating.
The result is a purposeful space in which members, guests, and employees alike can memorialize past achievements, honor the natural surroundings and enjoy a comfortable space.
The client–Member Director, Tom Ferrell, who also authored all interpretive for the project–was thrilled with the result, remarking, “people are in absolute awe over the display. Thanks for bringing so many resources and such experience to bear. You provided so many prompts that led to good and effective storytelling.”
Condit also created the heritage exhibit at Denver’s Cherry Hills Country Club in 2012.