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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Located in Colorado Springs just over an hour's drive south of Denver is the Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, a Dolce Resort. This 217-acre property features 321 guest rooms and suites and is part of the Country Club of Colorado Springs, which is home to an 18-hole golf course, tennis, fitness center and Alluvia Spa. Standard guest rooms are…
Founded in 1918, The Broadmoor is one of the west's great golf hotels and among the Historic Hotels of America. It is located in Colorado Springs, about an hour's drive south of Denver and along the front range of the Rocky Mountains. This expansive property was laid out by the Olmsted Brothers and features gardens, ponds, multiple buildings…
Garden of the Gods is a wellness and golf resort in Colorado Springs. The resort was founded in 1951 and is locally owned and operated and underwent an expansion project in 2017. With just 116 accommodation units spanning from spacious suites to cottages and casitas, it is smaller in scale compared to Cheyenne Mountain and The Broadmoor. But…
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Hikes are fine, but a better way to exercise and enjoy the mountain scenery of Colorado Springs is to play golf. In a city dubbed the "Newport of the Rockies" there are scenic golf courses at all prices. While rates at Broadmoor Golf Club, the top public course in Colorado, top out north of $200, at nearby Cheyenne Shadows, on the grounds of Fort Carson, a prime-time round can be had for a small fraction of that.
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Get to know one of Colorado's hidden-gem golf getaways, Cheyenne Mountain Resort & Country Club and Colorado Country Club.
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What is the best golf resort in the United States? Pebble Beach? Pinehurst? Bandon Dunes?
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Designed by Dick Phelps, Pine Creek Golf Club in Colorado Springs, Colo. opened in 1988. The course is a demanding, 7,241-yard par 72 and a tight excursion -- put the driver away on many holes, David R. Holland writes.
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Many folks believe the Blue at Eisenhower Golf Course is the best golf course in the Department of Defense. The Robert Trent Jones design, one of two courses at the Air Force Academy, plays 7,301 from the back tees. The Silver at Eisenhower Golf Course, while shorter, is no slouch thanks to its slick greens and uneven lies, David R. Holland writes from Colorado.
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One of Jim Engh's main goals in designing Four Mile Ranch Golf Club was to replicate the pirouette-prompting views found on the top courses in Ireland. He's quite happy with his efforts. "Everywhere you turn at Four Mile Ranch you see something that interests you," Engh said. The result may be an idiosyncratic mishmash - but all in all, this is fun golf.
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Four Mile Ranch Golf Club, designed by award-winning Colorado architect Jim Engh, was once a 1,640-acre working cattle ranch. Today, it's a 7,053-yard moonscape beauty loaded with blind shots inspired by Lahinch Golf Club in Ireland -- one of Engh's favorite spots to worship the game. Playing Four Mile Ranch could be the most fun you will have on a golf course in southern Colorado, David R. Holland writes.
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