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“Beautiful Golf Course”

Estes Park Golf Course
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: We are located in the town of Estes Park, which is approximately 60 miles northwest of Denver, Colorado. We sit in a natural valley that is surrounded by spectacular mountains. During most of the year you are able to play your round of golf while sharing the course with herds of deer and elk with an occasional coyote or two watching on. Pro Shop & Hangar Restaurant open April 1st through November 1st, Course open April 15th through November 1st. Enjoy our complete practice facility. Featuring a putting green, chipping green, natural grass, and artificial hitting areas. It's hard to keep your eye on the ball when practicing on our range surrounded by snow capped, scenic mountains. Afterwards visit our Pro-Shop for a large selection of logo-ed souvenirs and clothing to remind you of your majestic experience. Our prices are very reasonable and we are always offering specials.
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 25 June 2013

We had a family reunion in Estes in mid June and had 14 golfers on a Friday at this course. The staff was extremely welcoming and helpful and the "regulars" were very nice. The views are amazing. We had a great time and would definitely play again. The course itself is fair for beginners and for more experienced golfers. We played a scramble and everyone had a great time. Just remember, all putts mover toward FISH CREEK.

1  Thank Sam S
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Reviewed 18 June 2013

I really don't want to diss my local course, but the grasses had severe winter-kill this year (2013), and as of late June to course is barely playable. If you are planning a QUALITY golf experience when visiting Colorado this summer, you may want to research golf courses an hour or so away on the Front Range - in Fort Collins or Loveland, etc. or take a trip over Trail Ridge Road and play a course in Grand County.

But DO visit Estes Park!

1  Thank JustSayinEP
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Reviewed 3 June 2013

This course is everything you'd expect in a mountain course at 8000 ft. The staff is hospitable and club up because the ball will fly forever up there.

1  Thank Chad N
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Reviewed 27 March 2013

At what is now considered and executive length by most standards, this course is fun and beautiful. Watch out for the elk when they decide to join the foursome

Thank SeanH689
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Reviewed 28 January 2013 via mobile

I happened to go on a rainy day but it was still a fun course and a pretty reasonable value. I didn't get to see the elk but the views are breathtaking a is. I would recommend it even with kids.

Thank crmartinez
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