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There are more than 200 public and resort courses in the state of Denver that are designed by world-famous architects and tucked into the most scenic nooks and crannies, all of the lush green fairways nearly outnumber Colorado's renowned ski slopes. Here's a look at some of the best public and resort courses you can play that are easily accessible from the Denver area.

Green Valley Ranch Golf Club

4900 Himalaya Rd., Denver Phone: (303) 371-3131

Home to all three Colorado Open Championships and located 20 minutes from downtown Denver, Green Valley Ranch Golf Club is in a perfect location for golfers looking for a convenient and challenging round. Make par or better on each of the last three holes and you'll earn a free drink. That's because the course's homestretch is one of the toughest in the state, especially the 639-yard, double-dogleg eighteenth. There's also an outstanding par-three course and the renowned McGetrick Golf Academy, making Green Valley Ranch one of the most family-friendly courses in Colorado.

Park Hill Golf Club

4141 E 35th Ave, Denver, CO 80207 Phone: (303) 333-5411

Located 10 miles from downtown Denver and less than 20 miles from Denver International Airport this lush, public course features on course wildlife, as well as an abundance of beautiful views of the mountains and the city. Mature trees throughout the course and a lake come into play on two holes creating an enjoyable challenge for all players. The 18-hole, par 70 Park Hill Golf course boasts 6,338 yards of golf from the longest of three sets of tees.

Aqua Golf

501 W Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80223 Phone: (720) 865-0880

Come home to play...Denver Golf is your neighborhood course. With eight golf facilities, Denver Golf has something for everyone: one 27-hole regulation golf course, four 18-hole regulation golf courses, one 18-hole executive mountain golf course, two 9-hole par three golf courses, two Miniature Golf facilities, five driving ranges (including a signature water range), six Restaurants, and the Denver Junior Golf/The First Tee of Denver - One of the largest Junior Golf programs in the country.

Kennedy Golf Course

10500 E Hampden Ave, Denver, CO 80014 Phone: (720) 865-0720

Denver Golf is your neighborhood course. With eight golf facilities, Denver Golf has something for everyone: one 27-hole regulation golf course, four 18-hole regulation golf courses, one 18-hole executive mountain golf course, two 9-hole par three golf courses, two Miniature Golf facilities, five driving ranges (including a signature water range), six Restaurants, and the Denver Junior Golf/The First Tee of Denver - One of the largest Junior Golf programs in the country.

City Park Golf Course

2500 York St, Denver, CO 80205 Phone: (720) 865-3410

Overland Golf Course

1801 S Huron St, Denver, CO 80223 Phone: (720) 865-0430

Overland Park Golf Course is steeped in Denver history. The original Denver Country Club, this is the oldest running course west of the Mississippi. Conveniently located minutes from downtown, you can enjoy views of both the city and the mountains. Narrow fairways and small greens that are well-bunkered offer a challenge to golfers of any skill level.

Wellshire Golf Course

3333 S Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80222 Phone: (720) 865-0440

Wellshire Golf Course provides a country club atmosphere at a municipal course price. Walk in the footsteps of Ben Hogan while playing off of lush fairways lined by beautiful mature trees.

Foothills Golf Course

3901 S Carr St, Denver, CO 80235 Phone: (303) 409-2400

District residents receive a discount on fees, but our facilities, classes and events are open to the public including three recreation centers, one 2-sheet ice arena, four indoor and four outdoor swimming pools and two indoor sports facilities. Foothills' land inventory of 70 park sites total more than 2,400 acres including: four regional parks, 43 community and neighborhood parks, 23 greenbelts and two golf courses (totaling 54 holes).

Willis Case Golf Course

4999 Vrain St, Denver, CO 80212 Phone: (720) 865-0700

Harvard Gulch Golf Course

660 E Iliff Ave, Denver, CO 80210 Phone: (720) 865-0450

Harvard Gulch Golf Course is a fun and sporty 9-hole, par 3 course in South Denver. Taking only about an hour to play, this course is great for those on a tight schedule. It is especially accommodating to novice golfers. Small, bunkered greens and stately trees make Harvard Gulch Golf Course exciting, enjoyable and fun. During the summer months, Harvard Gulch also offers night golf which presents new challenges to even the most skilled golfers and is a fun family outing as well.

Homestead Golf Course

11500 W Hampden Ave, Lakewood, CO 80227 Phone: (720) 963-5181

As a short championship golf course, Homestead is a unique bridge between a championship and an executive course. Offering several sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels, Homestead measures over 5,000 yards, is a par 65 and has an elevation change of over 200 feet. The course features eight par 3's, nine par 4's and one par 5.

Bear Creek Golf Club

12201 Morrison Rd, Denver, CO 80228 Phone: (303) 980-8700

Bear Creek Golf Club is a championship 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. Set on 211 acres of rugged terrain, with stunning views of the foothills, many players feel that Bear Creek is Palmer's masterpiece.

Raccoon Creek Golf Course

7301 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123 Phone: (303) 973-4653

This Denver area golf course is always in great condition. The greens are fast and true. With conditions like these, it is time to get over to the golf course and enjoy some golf.

Fossil Trace Golf Club

3050 Illinois St., Golden

Aside from Jim Engh's ubiquitous multi-tiered greens and deep grass-faced bunkers, you'll have to navigate around the ruins of a chimney in the middle of the first fairway as well as rusted mining equipment and a series of rock outcroppings and cliffs on two of the back-nine's par fives. Some might consider such hazards gimmicky, but almost all agree that Fossil Trace is downright fun. Book your tee time early, as this Golden experience tends to fill up fast.

Arrowhead Golf Club

10850 W. Sundown Trail, Littleton

There's little wonder why Colorado AvidGolfer 's readers have consistently rated Arrowhead as Colorado's "Most Scenic Course" and the "Best Course to Bring Out-of-Staters." Robert Trent Jones Jr.'s 6,636-yard 1974 masterwork weaves through towering sandstone monoliths and canyons setting up some of the most awe-inspiring views you've ever witnessed on a golf course-or anywhere. With upgraded maintenance, course conditions now rival the majesty of the surroundings.

The Ridge at Castle Pines North

414 Castle Pines Pkwy., Castle Rock

Former PGA Tour great Tom Weiskopf seems to have a knack for designing mountain courses and The Ridge at Castle Pines is a prime example. Located just minutes outside of Denver in Castle Rock, The Ridge is nestled into towering pine forests and offers two distinctly different nines. The front nine on this 6,939-yard layout is closed in by homes, but features some thrilling holes, like the downhill par-four ninth that sets up unobstructed views of Pikes Peak. The more secluded back nine runs through dense pines and outcroppings. Consistently rated the "Best Course to Hold an Event" by Colorado AvidGolfer magazine, The Ridge also offers top-notch dining, service and one of the best clubhouses in the state.

Riverdale Dunes Golf Course

13300 Riverdale Rd., Brighton

Pete and Perry Dye crafted Riverdale Dunes, which is located in the northern suburb of Brighton. What the course lacks in dramatic tee shots and scenery, it makes up for in strategy and solid design. Each hole cuts through rolling grass knolls, and several holes, like the intimidating par-four fifteenth, border one of the site's enormous lakes.

The Golf Club at Bear Dance

6630 Bear Dance Rd., Larkspur

Located in Larkspur, 30 minutes south of Denver, The Golf Club at Bear Dance was rated the "Best Public or Resort Course" in the Denver region for 2008 by Colorado AvidGolfer 's expert panel. Stretching to more than 7,200 yards, Bear Dance features a variety of challenges and wickedly tough greens. Very few homes border the course giving it an isolated feel. Bear Dance is also home to the Colorado PGA Historical Museum.

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks

2929 Golden Eagle Rd., Silverthorne

Colorado AvidGolfer 's panel ranked the Raven the "Best Public or Resort Course (Mountains)." Competition for this honor has been increasingly fierce as courses keep popping up in the high country, but the Raven is consistently at the peak. The 2000 Hurzdan/ Fry/Lehman layout features some of the state's most inspiring mountain panoramas and dramatic holes, like the downhill, par-three eighth. Located an hour west of Denver, the Raven at Three Peaks is one of Colorado's premier mountain golf courses.

The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa

2325 W. Ridges Blvd., Grand Junction

It's a bit of a drive from Denver (about two hours), but it's worth the day trip to experience this Jim Engh masterpiece that's woven into red crags and canyons between downtown Grand Junction and the Colorado National Monument. Dizzying tee boxes and wild fairway and green contours combine to make Redlands Mesa an unforgettable golf experience.

Broadmoor Golf Club

1 Lake Ave., Colorado Springs

With a trio of world-class courses flanking an august five-star hotel, The Broadmoor is easily the most luxurious golf resort in Colorado­-and arguably one of the best in the country. Stay for a few days to experience each course along with all the amenities and superb restaurants this historic getaway has to offer. Originally crafted by Donald Ross in 1917 and combined with Robert Trent Jones' 1965 design, the 7,275-yard East Course is one of only a dozen North American and Caribbean resort courses to receive a five-star rating from Golf Digest. The West Course, which is also a Ross-Jones hybrid, is considerably shorter than the East (6,954 yards) and features more doglegs and steeper elevation changes. The recently remodeled Mountain Course has a more modern design and reaches a whopping 7,552 yards. The Broadmoor was the site of two U.S. Amateur Championships, five NCAA Championships and the 1995 U.S. Women's Open, just to name a few. It will also host this year's U.S. Senior Open and the 2011 U.S. Women's Open.


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