Course was fun. They had just aerated the greens. I do wish they would have mentioned that when I made the tee time or at least reduced the rate. If I'm paying the full price, it would be nice to get the full experience. Overall, very enjoyable course and I bet it gets better as the year goes on.
7 months ago
I've played a lot of courses in the Denver area and I actually really enjoy playing here. I think it's expensive, $60 w/out carts, that's about avg. in Colorado though. The greens are usually in good shape, the course is pretty wide open, pace of play is about average. It's a busy place with tournaments or some function always going on, but it doesn't usually feel too crowded. The driving range is real grass and decent size, with at least 2 practice areas for chipping and putting. A large bucket of range balls is $8, about avg. for the area. Although I've never taken lessons I do always see the pros on the range giving lessons. The staff have always been super friendly and helpful. There's also a part 3 course. The only knock about this course has nothing to do with the course, the 19th hole (clubhouse/restaurant/bathrooms) is smaller than the majority of courses I've been too. Just a few small tables inside for eating/drinking, with a bigger outside seating area. Big deal in my opinion, I'm there to golf, not eat. Enjoy your round
24 days ago
Food is great, mint room magic and memories, robot palletizer cool to watch. Remember to breathe the air and don't touch.