Denver Courses & Tee Times

Todd Creek GC
4.1565 stars from 5
Todd Creek Golf Club is a premier Denver golf course and has been carefully crafted to complement the native contours of the surrounding Rocky Mountain landscape creating an exceptionally unique Colorado golf course.
Quail Dunes GC: #7
3.8824 stars from 5
Fort Morgan
Quail Dunes Golf Course at Fort Morgan is an 18-hole golf course consisting of 180 acres of property. There are 57 acres of native area throughout the course. Wildlife habitat in this area includes eagles, hawks, deer, quail, pheasant, and coyotes, as well as many others.
Greg Mastriona GC at Hyland Hills
3.6667 stars from 5
South Par 3 The South Par 3 is a P. G. A. recognized facility opening in 1988. The shortest hole being 65 yards and the longest hole measures at 204 yards. The vision of the architectural design was largely conceived by Greg Mastriona who is the Executive Director for Hyland Hills.
Heritage Eagle Bend
4.3611 stars from 5
Play this Arthur Hill's golf course masterpiece and encounter 62 strategically placed bunkers and several lakes. Throughout this links-style layout, the course provides tests of skill at every bend. Mr. Hills remarked, "The large rolling landforms and the distant vistas of the Rocky Mountains provide for a dramatic setting for the Colorado golf course at Heritage Eagle Bend.
Greg Mastriona GC at Hyland Hills - Gold: #1
3.85 stars from 5
The Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills originally opened in 1963 becoming one of the first 18 hole championship golf courses in the Northern Metropolitan area. The Golf Courses, being one of the most notable and recognized golf courses in Colorado, hosted the 1st annual Colorado State Public Links Championship in 1965, as well as playing host to several other C.
Greg Mastriona GC at Hyland Hills - Blue: #4
4.1064 stars from 5
The Blue course has evolved from the front nine of the original 18 holes to its current 9 hole layout. The Blue course is a regulation nine hole course offering 2 par 5’s 2 par 3’s and 5 par 4’s.
Emerald Greens GC: #1
4.15 stars from 5
Emerald Greens is a scenic and walkable 9-hole, par-3 golf course with a putting green, chipping green and practice area. Uniquely situated, the beautifully maintained course winds around and over Windsor Gardens' sparkling lake, bringing water into play on many of the holes.
Colorado National GC
3.4128 stars from 5
All golf courses are not created equal. Located 20 minutes north of Denver, Colorado National is the Premier golf course on the front-range. Playing at 7,676 yards from the tips with a course slope of 141 and a course rating of 75.
Ute Creek GC
4.0893 stars from 5
Ute Creek, designed by the world-renowned golf course architects of the Robert Trent Jones II Group, opened in 1997. This 18-hole championship course is a Par 72, ranging in length from 5,509 yards to 7,167 yards.
Greenway Park GC
3.25 stars from 5
Greenway Park is a fun 9 hole par 3 course located at the Greenway Park Golf Course facility in Broomfield, CO. From the longest tees it features 2,192 yards of golf for a par of 54. The course was designed by and opened in 1973. The course contact is Kerry Duff, Superintendent.
Twin Peaks Golf Course
3.8143 stars from 5
Located just 40 minutes north of Denver, this Frank Hummel design opened for play in 1977. Twin Peaks is a traditional style championship course that features elevated, undulating greens and water hazards on seven holes.
Sunset GC
3.9091 stars from 5
Sunset is located in historic old Longmont, and is one of the most scenic nine-hole courses in Colorado! Sunset is known for its superb condition, tree-lined fairways and spectacular views of Longs Peak.
Bella Rosa Golf Course - Clubhouse from 9th Green
3.7333 stars from 5
Bella Rosa is a fun 9 hole regulation course located at the Bella Rosa Golf Course facility in Longmont, CO. From the longest tees it features 2,979 yards of golf for a par of 35. The course was designed by Peter Bain and opened in 2006. The course contact is Pete Bain, General Manager.
Park Hill GC
3.3356 stars from 5
Located 10 miles from downtown Denver, this lush, public course features an abundance of wildlife, as well as beautiful views of the mountains and the city. Mature trees throughout the course and a lake come into play on two holes creating an enjoyable challenge for all players.

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Ridge at Pole Creek GC: #4
4.675 stars from 5
Pole Creek Golf Club is one of the few public 27-hole courses in Colorado and the only one in Grand County. Pole Creek`s 7,107-yard course meanders through lush fields replete with native wildflowers, drastic elevation changes, vast bent greens and water challenge shots over two ponds and five lakes.