Colorado Springs Area Golf
If you’re a long ball hitter, the Antler Creek Golf Course will be a great pleasure for you! You can hit with all you’ve got to use the full length of the 8,165 yards of breath taking beauty. Located at 7,000 feet it is one of the highest courses in the country. It is second in length to the International Course in Bolton, Mass. You can’t beat it at a price of about $30. Choose from a choice of six sets of tees, and you can play the perfect game suited to your style!! It is a Prarie Dunes-style course designed by Rick Phelps. There are two lakes and 73 bunkers spread out over the 180 acre course. This truely is a bargain.
The Gleneagle Golf Course, located at 25 Pauma Valley Drive in Colorado Springs, over-looks the Air Force Academy. It has a view of Pikes Peak and surrounding mountians. Built in 1972 and designed by Frank Hummel, the course has 18 holes with four tees to choose from, and a rating of 74.6 from the back tees. The facility opened as a private country club offering swimming, golf and meeting rooms, but is now semi-private. In 2006 it hosted a U.S Pro event, and, in 2008 hosted the CGA Mid-Amateur tournament.
King’s Deer Golf Course is a semi-private course located outside of Colorado Springs in Monument,Colorado. This Scottish-style regulation course opened in 1999. Designed by Redstone Golf, the layout stretches from 5054 yards to nearly 6400 of rolling hills and wetlands amidst breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains. The course is rated 72 with a slope of 136.
Pine Creek Golf Course opened 1988. Situated in the Pine Creek Valley, the course was designed by Rick Phelps and was created to showcase the natural surroundings. Fifteen of the holes meander along the creek and contain natural grasslands, while containing a 376 feet elevation change. There are two to five tee boxes on each hole with the length stretching from a minimum of 5314 feet to over 7194 feet. Each hole is set up in a way that gives you breathtaking views all year around.