With its Rocky Mountains outdoor and abundant amount of fishing, hiking, rafting and skiing possibilities there is no surprise that Denver offers acres of world-class golfing space. Golfing in Denver has a long history starting with Overland Golf course opened in 1895. Starting from there, Golfing has come a long way in once sleepy town of Denver.
City Park golf course situated on the York Street is the city"s public golf course. It is a par-72 course spread over 6,318 yard track and has amazing views of Denver skyline, well placed bunkers and ponds and tight fairways. All this at a cost of less than 20$ for greens sounds like a deal to me.
The Foothills Golf Course on the S. Carr Street is the Denver Municipal course and is one of the most heavily played in that area. It was opened in 1933 and designed by Robert Bruce Harris. Its back tees are a golfers nightmare but the price is a always a motivating factor. Depending upon your choices green fees vary form $13-24.
On the El Dorado Boulevard is the four and a half star golf destination for Denver travel, It is just 15 miles from downtown Denver and goes by the name Omni Interlocken Resort Golf Club. Featured in Golf Digest"s, it is all about the luxury with its three 9 holes. It prides itself with the stunning view of the Rockies and all the three courses can be combined and played with tips measuring between 6800 to 7200 yards.
Last but not the least is the "The Ridge". Located at Castle Pines Parkway it is yet another 4 and half-star property located just outside Denver and is owned by the Troon Golf Corporation. It measures 7013 yards and is a very challenging course. It has been built expertly around elevation changes and has significantly tight airways.
It has been constant limelight for its regular award winnings for service, conditions and overall play. The fees are on the higher side and range between $75 to 100.
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