Denver Colorado Golf Course Guide

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Although Colorado is generally known for its winter sports, natives are well aware that summertime in Rocky Mountain State offers just as many opportunities, if not more, than the snowy months.  From kayaking to white water rafting and rock climbing to hiking, Colorado offers its residents a wide range of fun-in-the-sun activities.  Yet, often overlooked is the golf community in and around the Denver region.  Colorado is home to some of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses in the country.  Between the public Denver Colorado golf courses and the private courses around the Front Range,  Denver golfers have a plethora of opportunities at their fingertips.

The following Denver Colorado golf course guide will help even the most avid golfers around the city find a track that best suits their skill level:

City Park Golf Course:  Located only a few miles west of Downtown Denver, City Park Golf Course is often considered one of the best and most affordable public courses within the city limits.  For only $26 on weekdays and $35 on weekends, both experienced and amateur golfers can take in picturesque views of the city skyline while tackling a finely manicured Denver Colorado golf course.  (2500 York Street, Denver CO. 80205)

Colorado National Golf Club: This semi-private golf club is the home course for the University of Colorado’s men’s and women’s golf teams.  A 20-minute drive northwest from Denver, Erie based Colorado National is a long, challenging course with a total yardage of well over 7,000 yards. However, each golf cart comes equipped with a built in GPS system, a valuable tool for players who are unfamiliar with the course.  Beware of the 15th hole, a 696 yard par-5 (from the tips) with a two tiered fairway.  (2700 Vista Parkay, Erie, CO. 80516)

Park Hill Golf Club: This public Denver Colorado golf course is conveniently located a few miles south of Interstate-70 on Colorado Blvd.  Built within the Park Hill neighborhood, this is a relatively straightforward track designed for students of the game and experienced golfers looking to brush up on their skills.  Park Hill Golf Club is a great golf destination for the whole family, offering a variety of leagues, clinics, and camps for kids, adults, men, women, and kids. (4141 E. 35th Ave., Denver, CO. 80207)

Coal Creek Golf Course: Colorado natives who have made the scenic drive from Denver to Boulder have inevitably seen Coal Creek Golf Course directly north of Highway 36 in Louisville.  Coal Creek is a masterfully designed public golf course with beautiful views of the Flatirons in Boulder and Longs Peak near Estes Park.  Don’t be fooled by the first three holes, all short par-4s – this Denver Colorado golf course is extremely difficult and times.  A few mishits and you’ll find your ball deep in Coal Creek, which runs though the entire course. (585 West Dillion Road, Louisville, CO. 80027)

This Denver Colorado golf course guide merely scratches the surface of the many tracks around Denver and the Front Range.  Never hesitate to ask fellow players for further tips on where to tee it up around town.

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