Courses (CO) Archives

  1. The Homestead at Fox Hollow (Lakewood, CO)

    The Homestead at Fox Hollow is a fun par 65 course. It is set up like a links course with fescue and very long rough if you get too far astray, but it also has some wide fairways and some very short holes. I played from the blacks and hit a few 52 degree wedges…

  2. Eagle Ranch Golf Course (Eagle, CO)

    Eagle Ranch Golf Course is an Arnold Palmer designed course about 20 minutes west of Vail. There are five sets of tees, I played from the gold tees (7186 yards) and it was a very good challenge. There is a stream that meanders along most of the holes and there are ponds on many of…

  3. Park Hill Golf Course (Denver, CO)

    Park Hill Golf Course is just north of City Park Golf Course. This is a generally flat course that is pretty wide open without too much trouble. This is a good course to bring new golfers too, similar to the Palo Alto Golf Course back in the Bay Area. The green fees are reasonable and…

  4. City Park Golf Course (Denver, CO)

    I’ve played City Park Golf Course a couple of times. There isn’t much trouble on the course but it is pretty long from the tips. I’ve had good success walking on as a single during the week. There is a driving range, but it is irons only and you hit from mats. A local high…

  5. Mountain View Golf Course (Denver, CO)

    We played Mountain View Golf Course during a nice warm spell two weekends ago. We were just going to go hit some range balls, but for $9 – why not… The course wasn’t in great shape – at least partly (I’m sure) due to the time of year. The grass was on the brown side…