Golf Courses in Colorado
COLORADO’S PREMIER GOLF DESTINATION Voted 2015 Best Denver Golf Course Home to the Colorado PGA Section Welcome to The Golf Club at Bear Dance, the home course of The Colorado Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. 18 Holes of pure championship golf meander through 753 acres of mountainous terrain with mature Ponderosa Pines, oak-lined ridges, draws and native grass valleys. With an average elevation of 6,800 feet, The Golf Club at Bear Dance offers stunning views of the Front Range and surrounding landscape of The Rocky Mountains. Consistently rated as Colorado’s best and most challenging public golf course, Bear Dance offers generous tree-lined fairways framed by flashing white sand bunkers, striking water features, and intricate greens. Awarded the 2014 & 2015 #1 Course along the Front Range, Bear Dance was chosen for its tranquility and natural splendor, a true mountain golf experience. For those who feel golf is a Spiritual Experience, this is Sacred Ground! Bear Dance is the premiere Colorado golf destination providing a True Mountain Golf Experience.
64 Million Years in the Making... Fossil Trace Golf Club is one of Denver Colorado's premier public golf courses designed by renowned golf course architect Jim Engh. Located in Golden, Colorado - Fossil Trace Golf Club is nestled adjacent to the foothills of the Rocky Mountain Front Range and only 15-minutes from downtown Denver, Colorado. In its short history, the golf course has enjoyed tremendous success and is considered one the finest golf courses and golf experiences available in Denver and all of Colorado. Most recently, Westword Magazine named Fossil Trace as "Best Golf Course in Denver" for the second time. The golf course opened in July of 2003, approximately 64-million years after the first dinosaurs walked where holes 11 through 15 now sit. Triceratops footprints, as well as other prehistoric creatures’ fossils can be viewed adjacent to the golf courses 12th green. Also, located just inside the main doors of the golf course clubhouse is an exhibit that details the rich history of the property and shares information about the dinosaur tracks and other impressive fossils uncovered on the golf course. In addition to the prehistoric relics at Fossil Trace Golf Club, several massive remnants of clay mining equipment can be seen throughout the golf courses layout. Each piece serves as a reminder of the rich history of the property and adds to the award winning golf experience. Take a golf vacation in Denver, Colorado and experience one of Denver's true "must play" golf courses adjacent to the Rocky Mountain Front Range Fossil Trace Golf Club.
Welcome to Fox Hollow, with wide open spaces, Rocky Mountain vistas, sparkling streams and of course, great golf. Friendly, first-class service and a fully stocked pro shop are among the amenities of the award-winning Fox Hollow Clubhouse. Fox Hollow offers 27 championship holes on three distinctly different nines. With five sets of tees, golfers of every ability will feel at home. Fox Hollow was one of the first golf courses in the nation designed to be completely accessible to golfers with disabilities. If you are looking for a natural setting complete with wildlife, you need to visit Fox Hollow. Come and find our quiet corner of the world, here in the hollow.
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. Don’t let the yardage fool you! This links-style course, designed by Denis Griffiths, will prove challenging to the best of golfers. To master this course you’ll need to use every club in your bag. There is a complete practice facility with driving range, target greens, putting greens and a practice sand trap. The Homestead also offers two different terrains on the Nines.
Course Message: Plum Creek was designed by legendary architect Pete Dye and opened in 1984. The 7,107-yard, par-72 course sprawls over hilly terrain and provides spectacular views of the nearby mountains. The former TPC layout and PGA Champions Tour event host features dramatic elevation changes and railroad ties surrounding the greens– a signature of Dye’s designs. The course features many of the state’s best holes; including the Par 3 12th which consists of 10,000 railroad ties surrounding the green. “The Best Finish in Colorado” is highlighted by the par 3 17th all over water. Five sets of tees give every golfer the chance to play from their ideal yardage while still enjoying all the course has to offer.