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Value Guide

Course

Colorado Golf Club

Colorado Golf Club

Designer: Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw
Year Built: 2007
Yardage: 7,604
Par: 72
Head Professional: Graham Cliff, PGA

Superintendent: Tony Hartsock, GCSAA

Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw allowed the topography at Colorado Golf Club to guide the routing and suggest the best holes. This natural style required that very little dirt be moved. The course plays through wooded hillsides and open meadows, making use of natural barrancas and streams. Maintained native areas and ragged bunkering style add strategic value and visual appeal.  

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  • • Dramatic views of Colorado's Front Range throughout the golf course, including views of three 14,000-foot peaks
  • • Designed as a walking course - short distances between tees and greens
  • • Course centered on 1,100 acres of protected open space
    • - No housing encroachment
    • - No road crossings
    • - No adjacent traffic or noise issues
    • - No out-of-bounds areas
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  • • Five-acre practice facility with views of Pikes Peak
    • - Two 120-yard x 30-yard tee boxes
    • - Five 5,000-square-foot target greens maintained to course specifications, with bunkering
    • - 7,000-square-foot short game green with bunkers, rough, collars and runoff areas
    • - 8,000-square-foot putting green
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Hole-by-hole tour

Take a hole-by-hole walking tour of the Colorado Golf Club.

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