J. F. Kennedy Golf Center - West/Creek Course
The West/Creek Golf Course is one of four nine-hole courses at the J.F. Kennedy Family Golf Center. Three of the courses can be played in three 18-hole combinations, including the West/Creek course. This public course is another designed by renowned golf architect Henry Hughes in the Denver area. Opened in 1963, the course offers up to 6,759 yards of golf. The course features narrow fairways lined with trees and large, undulating greens. There are no water hazards in play but there are a few bunkers. The J.F. Kennedy Family Golf Center facility also boasts a pro shop and an on-site teaching pro as well as a putting green.
|Gold (W)||74||6376 yards||74.9||137|
|Silver (W)||74||5138 yards||68.7||122|
|Bronze M: 70.4/115||482||456||387||181||460||374||452||512||147||3451||405||334||404||470||175||549||157||437||422||3353||6804|
|Bronze/Gold M: 69.3/112||482||437||387||181||442||374||435||499||147||3384||405||334||390||448||144||528||157||400||422||3228||6612|
|Gold M: 68.6/111 W: 74.9/137||469||437||376||172||442||362||435||499||140||3332||386||311||390||448||144||528||145||400||408||3160||6492|
|Gold/Black M: 68.0/109 W: 74.2/135||469||415||376||163||418||362||414||488||140||3245||360||311||340||405||132||528||145||340||408||2969||6214|
|Black M: 67.4/108 W: 73.6/132||440||415||365||163||418||352||414||488||135||3190||360||305||340||405||132||484||133||340||367||2866||6056|
|Black/Silver M: 64.8/104 W: 70.2/128||440||318||365||155||258||352||295||436||135||2754||360||305||290||350||101||484||133||311||367||2701||5455|
|Silver M: 62.9/101 W: 68.0/120||407||318||238||155||258||265||295||436||125||2497||333||270||290||350||101||436||116||311||323||2530||5027|
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Nice course, but was misled by golf now app
I was very disappointed when I learned that the price I paid for the “hot deal“ on GolfNow was actually more than the pro shop was charging for a walk up rate.
Nice round with my son
A beautiful October morning playing golf with my son. Pace of play was good and course was in decent shape even though the greens were aerated last week. Give them another week and they should be fine.
Did they shutdown for winter without telling anyone?
The course was in good overall shape. It would have been nice if they'd warned people that the greens were aerated, but that is somewhat normal this time of year, so that isn't a course negative, but rather a management negative. The rest of the course was in great shape.
Management negatives... no yardage markers to state how far the creek is and on about 30 shots I had NO clue how far away I was because there are very few markers and the carts have no GPS. There was no drink cart but FAR worse than that was the fact that there was no water either. It was 83 degrees and no clouds, INEXCUSABLE.
excellent golf course
course was in very good condition, greens were better than most this time of year, overall this is a challenging course- course was not crowded and we cruised along great until hitting a very slow group that was irritating to the group in front of us, my group and the group behind, we reported this to the ranger who did nothing, probably cost us an hour
nice golf course, I would play it routinely
only issue here is pace of play, almost 5 hour round due to numerous players that can barely hit and take a long time, that is bad on every golf course
Nice course but their one of staff is so rude about I got tee time at 8 and I was there on time and he gave other team first and he blame us to late but we didn't late and he talk with other people to make fun of me... so rude
Great shape for time of year
Ropes greens were weird but course was in good shape just after snow
Staff was awesome , friendly and accommodating. It’s March in Colorado and course was in comparably shape to Vegas courses this time of year. I’ll be back soon.