Featured Denver Area Golf Courses
The Gold Course from Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills is the only 18-hole course at the facility. The landscape of the Gold is hilly and seven ponds create a beautiful atmosphere while also adding challenging water hazards to eleven holes.
The golf course at Park Hill Golf Club is a regulation length 18-hole course that is open to the public. It is 7,268 yards from its longest tees, playing to a par of 72. Clark Hamilton designed the course that opened in 1931.
The Ridge Golf Course at Castle Pines North is an 18-hole, public course is located in Castle Rock, south of Denver. The course offers 7.103 yards of golf and plays to a par of 71. The fairways are generous and the rolling greens are expansive.
The Broken Tee Englewood Golf Course is one of two courses at the facility, the other is a par-3, nine-hole course. Formerly Englewood Golf Course, the Broken Tee Englewood Golf Course offers 6,836 yards of golf at its longest tees with a par of 72.
Formerly a cornfield, Robert Trent Jones Jr. utilized the natural area and the import of over 600,000 cubic yards of dirt to create the challenging Ute Creek Golf Course.
The golf course at the Colorado National Golf Club is an 18-hole, public course that is situated just 20 minutes north of Denver. Jay Morrish designed the formerly known as Vista Ridge golf course with a traditional links-style layout.
Twin Peaks Golf Course has a traditional layout that appeals to players of all skill levels. It's a public course that is situated less than an hour from downtown Denver. The player-friendly layout has a mix of straightforward holes and doglegs. The course is wide open, offering uninterrupted views of Long's Peak.
Evergreen Golf Course is an 18-hole, public course that is located west of Denver on the shore of Evergreen Lake. It is conveniently located only about 30 minutes from Denver. It is an affordable option that offers a good game.
The golf course at the Arrowhead Golf Club has been declared the top public course in Denver in the past by Golf Digest, as well as one of the top 75 public courses in the nation. The towering red sandstone rock formations are a trademark of the course.
Greenway Park Golf Course is a nine-hole, public course in the city of Broomfield. The par-3 course stretches across 2,192 yards. The course is ideal for beginners and golfers who want to practice their short game.
Broadlands Golf Course is an 18-hole, public course located in the city of Broomfield. It is one of many courses in Colorado designed by Richard Phelps. The golf course opened in 1999 and offers 7,263 yards of golf with a par of 72.
The West/Creek Golf Course is one of four nine-hole courses at the J. F. Kennedy Family Golf Center. Three of the courses can be played in three 18-hole combinations, including the West/Creek course.
The golf course at Heather Ridge provides not only a good game but also spectacular views overlooking the Rocky Mountains. The former private, 18-hole course is 5,926 yards at its longest tees and plays to a par of 70.
Wellshire Golf Course is an 18-hole, public course that was voted as one of the best public facilities in the U. S. Designed by Donald Ross, the course opened in 1926 and is located in southwest Denver.
Located in Longmont, Coyote Creek Golf Course offers 6,412 yards of golf from its longest tees with a par of 71. Matt Eccles designed the course, which features several par-5 holes. The course is challenging but it is not so intense as to be off-putting to beginning, intermediate, or high handicap golfers.
The Eighteen Hole Golf Course is one of two courses at the South Suburban Golf Course facility, the other being a par-3, nine hole course. Both courses were designed by renowned golf architect Richard Phelps who designed a number of golf courses in Colorado.
With beautiful views of the Rocky Mountain, the 18-hole, public Coal Creek Golf Course is a popular golfing option in Louisville. Richard Phelps designed the course to have a different front nine and back nine.
The Babe Lind/Creek Course is one of three courses at the J. F. Kennedy Golf Center that can be played in three 18-hole combinations. There is also a great par-3, nine-hole course at the facility.
The Raccoon Creek Golf Course is a public, 18-hole golf course in Littleton. It covers 7,045 yards from its longest tees and plays to a par of 72. The course has some difficult elements, such as elevation changes, but it is still beginner-friendly.
The Vista/Eldorado Course is one of three nine-hole courses at the Omni Interlocken Golf Club. The courses are played in three 18-hole combinations. The mountainous terrain of the course features dramatic elevation changes of up to 400 feet.
The Overland Park Golf Course is a municipal, 18-hole course that offers gorgeous views of the Denver skyline. The course opened in 1895, making it one of the older municipal courses in the Denver area.
Settled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the golf course at Deer Creek Golf Club at Meadow Ranch is a challenging course that is rich with wildlife. Designed by architect Scott Miller, the golf course has a links-style layout and many challenging elements.
The Sunshine/Vista Course at the Omni Interlocken Golf Club is one of three courses offered at the facility. The courses were designed by a team of famous golfers, David Graham who was a U.
Harvard Gulch Golf Course is a nine-hole, par-3 course in Southern Denver. It is one of eight municipal courses in the city of Denver. The holes on this course range from 64 to 134 yards.
The Denver City Park Golf Course is an 18-hole, municipal golf course with a traditional layout. The 72-par course offers 6,708 yards of golf. It is conveniently located five minutes from downtown Denver, across the street from the Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Natural History.
Arthur Hills designed the 18-hole golf course at the semi-private Todd Creek Golf Club. Opened in 2007, the golf course is 7,435 yards from its championship tees. Nestled near the Rocky Mountains, Hills used the natural landscape to create an exceptional course.
The South Par-3 Course is one of two par-3, public golf courses that Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills offers. In total there are four courses, varying in length and size, at Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills.
Located in Northwest Denver, Willis Case Golf Course is an 18-hole, public course that is only a short distance from downtown. It is also across from the lovely Inspiration Point Park.
The West Woods Golf Club offers a variety of different playing options since it features three different nine-hole courses that can be played in 18-hole combinations. The combinations change each day so each time you play here is guaranteed to be a little bit different.
The public, 18-hole Applewood Golf Course is a popular golf destination for families. The course is 5,992 yards, playing to a par of 71. The course is located in Golden, against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
One of the golf courses at Broken Tee Englewood is a nine-hole, par-3 course and there is also a championship-length course. Previously under the name Englewood Golf Course there had only been one course, but after a few renovations, the facility's name changed to Broken Tee Englewood and two Perry Dye-designed courses are now offered.
The golf course at the Southglenn Country Club is a short, par-3 course in Littleton. The private, nine-hole course is 1,387 yards from its longest tees and provides a perfect golf outing for beginners.
Along with a nine-hole, par-3 course, Green Valley Ranch Golf Club also offers an 18-hole championship length course. Designed by Perry Dye, the course is 7,241 yards at its longest tees and plays to a par of 72.
The Foothills Golf Course facility offers two nine-hole, public courses and also one 18-hole course. The par-34 Executive Course is one of the nine-hole courses. The course is 2,610 yards at its longest tees.
West Woods Golf Club offers three public golf courses designed by Richard Phelps who has designed a great number of golf courses in Colorado. The three courses have nine holes each but they are combined to form 18-hole courses.
The private Black Bear golf course is easily accessible from downtown Parker as well as downtown Denver. Its location in the Rocky Mountain region, amongst several ravines and arroyos, allows the golfer to view spectacular vistas of Pike's Peak and Long's Peak and it provides dramatic elevation changes for an interesting game.
The Cottonwood/Silo Course is one of three nine-hole, public courses at West Woods Golf Club. All three are combined to form different 18-hole combinations that change every day, providing a variety of different options for golfers.
The golf course at Littleton Golf and Tennis Club is a short, 18-hole course. The par-31 course is 2,108 yards at its longest tees. The course, designed by Richard M. Phelps, opened in 1986.
The Golf Course at the Emerald Greens Golf Club is a nine-hole, par-3 course. Designed by Henry Hughes and opened in 1965, the course is affiliated with the retirement community Windsor Gardens, making it a semi-private.
The golf course at Flatirons Country Club has a long and unique history, undergoing several name changes, renovations, and even a location change since its conception in 1938. It is a popular choice since it accommodates all skill levels but also provides adequate challenges.
The par-3 course at Foothills Golf Course is one of two nine-hole, public courses offered at the Foothills Golf facility. Opened in 1971, this par-3 course was designed by Dick Phelps.
Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed the course at the Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel. Opened in 1986, the 18-hole, public course is immaculately maintained and very demanding. The course not only offers a challenging game but also beautiful panoramic views of Denver and the Rockies.
The Omni Interlocken Golf Club offers three nine-hole courses that are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Eldorado/Sunshine Course at the facility differs from the other two with its rolling terrain and fairways.
Lake Arbor Golf Course is a scenic 18-hole course that is open to the public. The course is 5,865 yards at its longest tees. The course features lush, medium-sized greens and narrow fairways.
The J. F. Kennedy Golf Center offers four nine-hole, public courses, three of which can be played in three 18-hole combinations to offer a variety of different golfing options. The West/Babe Lind is one of the courses that can be played as an 18-hole course.
Located in the city of Arvada, Stoney Creek Golf Course is an affordable and quick golfing option outside of Denver. Tim Root designed the public course, which features nine holes.
The Blue Course is one of four public courses offered at the Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills. Located in the city of Westminster, the Blue Course is a nine-hole, par-37 course that offers over 3,200 yards of golf.
The Eighteen Hole Course at Foothills Golf Course is one of three courses at the Foothills facility, but it is the only 18-hole course of the three. Built in 1971, Dick Phelps designed the course.
Located in the Southwest Metro area, the golf course at the Meadows Golf Club has a links-style layout that provides a challenging and fun game for all golfers. The trio of Bradford Benz, J.