Colorado is renowned for skiing, hiking, biking, and camping. But did you know that the state is also a fantastic place to pick up a club and play golf? Colorado is home to over 200 public and resort courses, and the Denver metro area is home to many amazing golf courses. Here are a few Denver area golf courses for you to check out.
Located just west of Denver in Morrison, Fox Hollow has 27 beautiful golf holes. While tackling the golf challenge, you can take in the famous Rocky Mountain vistas and wildlife. With five sets of tees and various combinations of 9 holes, you could always have a slightly different course to play.
Just 20 minutes from downtown, Green Valley Ranch gives you plenty of views and challenges. This course was home to the Colorado Open Championship and has one of the most challenging closing three holes in the state. The par-3 course is perfect if you're looking for something quick or if you’re taking the family.
Drive just south to Castle Pines for amazing Rocky Mountain views and a mountain golf experience. You'll play amongst tall pines and even have plenty of views of the mountains. Take a few minutes on number nine to soak in the unobstructed view of Pikes Peak. You'll enjoy plenty of challenges and rewards on this challenging course. After your round, enjoy a drink at one of the nicest clubhouses in the state.
Labeled as Colorado's "most scenic course" consistently, you have to check out Arrowhead. Nestled against the foothills in Littleton, you'll play among towering sandstone monoliths and canyons. This course presents a fun challenge for any level of golfer. After your round, soak in the panoramic mountain views while enjoying a drink at the nineteenth hole.
It doesn't matter if you're a scratch golfer or someone just trying the sport; a day on the course in Colorado is a beautiful way to spend a spring day. Check out these courses and other Denver area golf courses here. These courses and many more are just a short drive from Cherry Creek North and The Residences at Fillmore Plaza.