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Direct Booking Links for Every Golf Course in Denver

Looking to book a tee time in Denver? Here is a list of every public golf course in the Denver metro area.

Looking to book a tee time in Denver? Here is a list of every public golf course in the Denver metro area.

Photo courtesy of City of Denver Golf

Looking to book a tee time in Denver? The best way is to go straight to the source - the individual course websites.

Most public golf courses aren’t listed on tee time booking websites like GolfNow. Plus, you’ll usually get a better deal by booking directly with the course.

To make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of every public golf course in the Denver metro area. The list has a link to book directly through the course website. Enjoy your round!

Contents

Arvada Golf Courses

Arvada has three public golf courses. Two are owned by the City of Arvada and one is owned by the Apex Park and Recreation District.

  • Indian Tree Golf Club – A scenic par-70 course with views of the Rocky Mountains. They also have a short par-3 course that’s first come, first served.
  • West Woods Golf Club – A 27-hole course with three 9-hole courses: Cottonwood, Sleeping Indian, and Silo. This is Arvada’s newest course, built in 1994.
  • Lake Arbor Golf Club – A par-70 course with a mix of long and short holes. It’s a great course for beginners.

Aurora Golf Courses

Aurora has eight public golf courses, five of which are owned and operated by the city.

Broomfield Golf Courses

Broomfield has four public golf courses, two of which are city-owned.

Denver Golf Courses

Denver has wide variety of public courses, ranging from championship layouts to small par-3s. The crown jewel is City Park Golf course, which was recently renovated in 2020.

Englewood Golf Courses

Englewood’s courses are mostly private, with one exception:

  • Broken Tee Golf Course – Formerly known as Englewood Golf Course. Features a championship 18-hole course and a 9-hole par-3.

Golden Golf Courses

Golden, nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, provides golfers with picturesque scenery.

  • Fossil Trace Golf Club - An award-winning course designed around historic dinosaur fossils. Regarded as one of the top public courses in Colorado.
  • Applewood Golf Course – A well-worn, but affordable muni course.

Lakewood Golf Courses

Lakewood offers a mix of beautiful and challenging public golf courses.

  • Fox Hollow Golf Course – Three 9-hole courses nestled in the foothills.
  • Homestead Golf Course – A shorter executive course with a links-style front nine and a back nine that ascends into the foothills.
  • Foothills Golf Course – Located just outside Denver city limits. It offers a Championship 18-hole course, a 9-hole par-3 course, and a 9-hole executive course.

Littleton Golf Courses

Small but mighty - Littleton has a some of the best public courses in the Denver area.

Thornton Golf Courses

Thornton has several public golf courses, providing players with a variety of options.

  • Thorncreek Golf Course – A championship course recently renovated with new greens, tees, and fairways.
  • Riverdale Golf Courses – Includes two distinct courses: Dunes, a links-style course designed by Pete and Perry Dye, and Knolls, a traditional parkland layout.
  • Todd Creek Golf Club – A premier semi-private club, featuring a course designed by Arthur Hills.

Westminster Golf Courses

Westminster has three excellent options.

  • Legacy Ridge Golf Course – An award-winning course designed by Arthur Hills, featuring a challenging links-style layout with dramatic elevation changes.
  • Walnut Creek Golf Preserve – An environmentally-friendly course that’s been certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, offering golfers panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains.
  • Hyland Hills Golf Course – Home to one of the most popular courses in the area, The Gold Course, a superbly maintained 1950s-style layout. In additon to The Gold Course, Hyland Hills offers three other courses: The Blue Course, The North Par 3 Course, and The South Par 3 Course.

Conclusion

And there you have it - a comprehensive list of all public golf courses in the Denver metro area, complete with direct links for booking your next round. We hope it inspires you to try a new course or two.

At Golf Mile High, we strive to keep this information as up-to-date as possible to serve you, our golfing community. If you happen to notice a course missing from our list, or if a link is no longer working, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Your feedback is invaluable in maintaining the quality and accuracy of our resources.

Enjoy your next round!

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