Beautiful course and surrounding park, excellent staff and upkeep. As small as it is, this is a really awesome course right in the heart of South Denver. My dog & son grew up running through this park, so I might be a little biased, but I speak the truth. Highly recommended!
17 days ago
Ahh yes, Harvard Gulch also known as (aka) "The gulch". The perfectly square tee box turf, rolling fairways, deceiving greens, and of course the actual Gulch. One might turn their head when they first drive by the Gulch, but that One might also think the earth is flat.
Upon arrival you will exit your vehicle and observe the 2-story Pro-Shop/Maintenance facility cuddling next to the 7-story chimney that I have had no luck in finding the history behind. Thing adds FLARE. "Thing" being the chimney. After inspection of the facilities you will walk the sturdy, well-built bridge overlooking Marios Garden. Ask me who Mario is and I will tell you that I am not sure yet but I will find out soon because I golf there A LOT. Keep going, continue on the bridge and walk past the pro shop doors to the corner of the deck. Take a look at your surroundings and then bask in all the glory that the Gulch has to offer. Go back to the pro-shop, grab a couple $1 used ProV's before touching that door. Enter the door. Not only will you be greeted with open arms but you will also be asked to open your wallet. $10 bucks. Grab a gatorade or coozie before you ring that thing through. You shouldn't leave that pro shop without spending $15, round included. Be good to them. Alas, you are ready to chip and putt at the world's finest. Let me know if you have questions. Full course, hole-by-hole, preview is in the works. #sogulch
6 months ago
$10 for a good chip and putt. The longest hole is around 130 yards. Averages under 100 yards per hole. Takes about an hour. Great view