Greenway Park Golf Course
Greenway Park Golf Course is a nine-hole, public course in the city of Broomfield. The par-3 course stretches across 2,192 yards. The course is ideal for beginners and golfers who want to practice their short game. The fairways are wide giving golfers a better approach to the greens. There are no water hazards that come into play but there are bunkers. Although the course might not be challenging enough for advanced or low handicap golfers, it is an excellent place to take children who want to learn. Greenway Park Golf Course is also an ideal place to get in a quick, affordable game of golf.
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Don’t waste your time
First, there were 5 groups waiting in line to tee off. We finally teed off 25 min after our tee time. The. Had 2-4 groups on every tee box the whole round. Took 2.5 hours when it should have taken 1 hour. Every tee box is a risk getting hit from the previous group. No marshall trying to improve pace of play or anything.
Best short play for the money
Love the small challenges, great course to get a few links in to stay a well tuned golfer.
Chip and putt
The greens are a bit rough, but it’s a pretty nice beginners course. Fairly easy
Not a good weekend.
Had a T-time of 10:50. Obviously this meant nothing. A line of golfers 14 deep were waiting to tee off. We left. Have played the course before. To its credit, they have gotten the course into much better shape than last year-water helps!!! It’s a good course for kids. Usually not as busy as today. But it’s the holiday weekend and everyone was just walking on. Obviously it was first come first served. Reservations be damned. Understandable given the crowd that showed up. Mostly families with kids spraying it all over the place.
One of the best places I’ve played
Simple course that will not steal all of your balls but still presents a fun challenge. Super friendly staff and very well maintained.
Fun little par 3 course
I read a lot of negative reviews on GolfNow about this course, yet the ones on Google seemed pretty favorable. I have seen a few posts about terrible conditions, which just wasn't true when I went (June 2020).
Greenway Park has a little extra yardage to it than some of the other par-3 courses nearby, which makes it a bit more fun with the long(er) drives. I thought the price was reasonable and I would come back for another round.
This course has potential in being a gorgeous par 3 course. But the greens, fairways, and everything in between have gone down hill. I look forward to the day they fix up the course and take care of it better.
No longer worth the visit
I've played this course a couple of dozen times over the past few years, as it's close to home, very reasonably priced, and a quick hour's worth of play. The course has never been in great shape during this time, but it's now hit a new level of bad.
For the past year it's had trenches snaking around the course and work going on, as they were supposedly upgrading the irrigation system. This gave me hope that conditions on the course would soon improve.
However, just the opposite has occurred, as apparently the upgrade to irrigation has failed completely...I went last Sunday for the first time in several months, and there was not a green blade of grass anywhere on the entire course. It was all dead, brown grass, in the few places that had grass at all. The ground is rock hard, and you are looking at nothing but hard packed dirt on every tee box. The only green thing anywhere on the course was where low lying weeds are taking over the greens, making every putt follow some bumpy inconsitent line. Hitting the ground anywhere was like hitting into concrete.
Except for the friendly staff, it was without a doubt the worst golf experience I can recall. Since it looks to me like it would take years for this place to recover to even the mediocre shape it was in previously, I don't see myself going back here in the near future, which is a shame.