By Mark DavisPublished Mar 15, 2018 08:51AMETONIA, Ariz.

(AP) It’s not just about the course.

For many, redtail holes will define a lifetime.

They’ll be where they belong.

When the Indianapolis golf course opens in 2021, it’ll be the first all-redtail golf facility in the United States.

And they’ll be all-inclusive, offering everything from greens to amenities to an entire golf course that’s part of a full-service restaurant, a bowling alley, a bar, and even an indoor pool.

The Redtail will open in the heart of the city, at the intersection of I-75 and I-465, and will be a key piece of the redevelopment of the once-busy intersection.

“We’re really excited to be opening up the Redtail golf program in 2021,” said Paul R. Kuehn, general manager of the Redtails, Inc. “We want to continue to make sure our customers and fans enjoy this facility.”

The Redtail Golf Course at Indy opened in 2021 to rave reviews.

And the next few years are going to be a great time for all of us to come together and enjoy the sport at the same time.

It’s an honor to be able to play at the Redtop, and we’re looking forward to seeing all of our fans there.

“Kuehn says the Redtops staff is committed to welcoming all members of the community, including families, seniors, people with disabilities and those who are active and participating in the community.

They’re also taking steps to make the community more inclusive.”

I want to see people that aren’t white, not male, not middle class, not poor, not working class, people that are in their 50s, 60s and 70s. “

Our goal is to be inclusive, welcoming and welcoming.

I want to see people that aren’t white, not male, not middle class, not poor, not working class, people that are in their 50s, 60s and 70s.

We want to give them the opportunity to be successful and have a good time, which is a beautiful thing.”

The entire Redtop project will begin in 2021 with the first full course opening in 2021.

Redtails will be located on I-65 north of Indianapolis, which will include an intersection with I-470, where they’ll provide access to the entire project.

They also have plans to add a third Redtail course, which has been in the works for years, in the future.

The Redtops are expected to open their first course in 2020, and it will be their last.

Kuehns plans for the Redtails to be “one of the most exciting places in Indianapolis,” and for its patrons to enjoy the course, the food and the entertainment.

“It’s going to create a great atmosphere, a wonderful atmosphere,” Kiehn said.

The Bluegrass Classic will continue to provide more than 200 tournaments each year at the Bluegrass Golf Club in Redtail.

This year, Redtails hope to bring back two full courses, one for men and one for women.

It will be the longest running Bluegrass event in the world, and the first ever for a Redtail golfer.

“The Blue Grass Classic has been a part of the Blue Ridge region for many years,” Kuhns said.

“I want to bring this event back.

I don’t think we’re going to have that again for quite some time.

This is an opportunity to bring the Blue Grass Classics back, and for a very long time.”

The Blue and Golds have already won six tournaments and will open their 2018 season at Redtail on March 20, 2019.

The event will be at the current home of the American PGA Championship, the Red Tails course.

Kuhns says they’re looking to make Redtail the premier destination for golf in the city.

The club will be known as the home of America’s PGA, and Kuehs hopes the community will come together in the near future to help build the RedTails into one of the top destinations for golfing in the country.

“What the Red Tail golf community has built in the past 30 years has been an incredible, and a very special part of our history,” Kielhns said, “and we’re thrilled to bring that same spirit to Redtails.

We’re proud to welcome back the Blue and Green to Redtays golf community and look forward to a tremendous year of golf in 2019.”