Four Mile Ranch Golf Club
|Blue (W)||72||6231 yards||74.7||140|
|Blue/White (W)||72||5811 yards||72.4||134|
|White (W)||72||5373 yards||70.3||130|
|White/Red (W)||72||4937 yards||67.9||116|
|Red (W)||72||4652 yards||66.7||110|
|Black M: 72.1/139||418||599||202||369||407||563||159||355||430||3502||399||547||166||482||219||571||395||171||581||3531||7033|
|Black/Blue M: 69.8/131||418||539||170||369||407||563||159||355||430||3410||336||534||166||419||164||571||395||171||523||3279||6689|
|Blue M: 68.3/126 W: 74.4/139||389||539||170||308||362||533||159||316||401||3177||336||534||166||419||164||516||366||171||523||3195||6372|
|Blue/White M: 66.6/116 W: 72.5/136||389||488||131||308||305||533||159||316||401||3030||336||463||166||373||164||479||366||171||460||2978||6008|
|White M: 64.6/106 W: 70.2/127||344||488||131||261||305||461||83||274||336||2683||267||463||142||373||164||479||290||119||460||2757||5440|
|White/Red M: 62.6/105 W: 67.9/119||344||428||107||261||254||461||83||243||284||2465||267||411||142||318||99||410||290||119||417||2473||4938|
|Red M: 61.9/105 W: 66.6/113||286||428||107||224||254||432||83||243||284||2341||225||411||122||318||99||410||244||99||417||2345||4686|
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Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Colorado
My Son and l were visiting my Daughter in the Fountain. We usually play at Desert Hawk when we’re down there because it’s not crowded. I found 4 Mile on Golf Now. It was an easy hour drive.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The course was amazing. So many little quirks. Luckily we were paired with two regulars. I highly recommend playing with someone who knows the course. Lots of blind shots to greens that have big swells. Hit the ball in the right place and it rolls down to the pin. Miss your spots and a four putt is possible. We’ll play there every time we’re down there.
Can’t wait to play it again !
Hilly, desert course but fun
Overall, a very nice course. Greens were surprisingly slow and pins were placed nicely. The tee boxes could be cut shorter though. A fun course but tough to walk.
Transition happening. . .
Booked this for my wife & I for 2:10 TT. No monitoring or starter to control play. Several groups went off early as “it’s open now”. We played behind a 4some with beginners and waited every hole and almost every shot. Great views but very gimmicky. Multiple holes are blind and some have “aiming posts”. One hole ok, five is a bit much. No marshals and even though there is an 18 hole booklet with hole layouts it is very hard to determine where to hit it on several blind holes. Beautiful course but way to gimmicky for my tastes. Also there are no real facilities. Pro shop is in a trailer, no water on course, bathrooms on course are port a potty’s, and there are no weather cover stations at all. This is Colorado and the storms do roll through and did while we played. There seems to be an ownership issue at this point in time so things seem in flux. Overall fun but you’d need to play this course several times in order to know how to play it.
This is a Jim Engh designed course. Uses the natural contours of the land very well and has great views from some of the tees. No bunkers on entire course , but there are a few holes that are completely blind. Hle 15 made Golf Digest best public holes in America.
Had a great time playing some holes where I could not see 30 yards from the green. Greens were slow, which was totally necessary, because some had 5 foot hills in the middle. Very unique and fun.
Fun course... but always windy.
Expect wind.. a lot of wind. Cool layout. Fun course. The greens were in good condition but a pretty slow. The tee boxes were trash. Uncut, like tee it up out of the rough, even on par 3s. Everything else was solid!