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Cold Springs Golf Club would like to thank Geoff and Lisa of The Goodness Photo & Design. This husband and wife photography and custom design team generously allowed us to use the amazing images they took while photographing a wedding at Cold Springs Golf Club. If you are planning an event, contact this great team!
Video Flyover – This was done by one of our members very talented sons who looked at golf similar to how he films extreme snow skiers you can contact Hella Filming, Asa Martinez, 1153 Brownwyk Dr. Sacramento, CA 95822 (530) 306.9038
We owe another giant thank you to Jim LaBerge for providing us with the panoramic view of the course used on the home page and in the footers of all pages on the website. Jim LaBerge and his wife Vearl have been members of Cold Springs Golf Club since 2001. An avid photographer, Jim enjoys challenging himself with his photography and has found a passion for taking pictures out at Cold Springs. This panorama involved multiple images and many hours of painstaking work to merge them seamlessly. Thank you, Jim!