Pine Creek Golf Club
Pine Creek Golf Course is part of the La Plata Communities in Colorado Springs. The course winds through the Pine Creek Valley, providing a lush and varied landscape. The course sprawls across high plains grasslands with abundant trees and lakes coming into play throughout. The seemingly gentle terrain has tricky undulations that total over 375 feet of elevation changes. The front is a canyon-style nine while the back is more of an American links design. There are creek beds coming into play on nearly every hole as well as strategically placed bunkers. In addition to the challenging round, the golf course offers stunning views of Pikes Peak, the Front Range, and the entire Colorado Springs skyline. At Pine Creek there is also a unique elevated, target-oriented grass driving range, a practice green, and a short game area.
|Blue Flex||72||6329 yards||70.3||130|
|White (W)||72||5892 yards||73.8||144|
|White flex||72||5619 yards||67.2||118|
|White flex (W)||72||5619 yards||72.3||141|
|Green (W)||72||4882 yards||68.6||127|
|Gold M: 73.3/145||404||539||423||573||179||425||411||255||419||3628||412||419||555||200||417||568||213||422||407||3613||7241|
|Blue M: 70.9/135||335||504||396||538||160||400||391||165||389||3278||369||392||528||183||365||491||161||395||349||3233||6511|
|Blue Flex M: 70.3/130||296||462||396||538||160||400||391||165||389||3197||312||392||528||183||365||491||161||351||349||3132||6329|
|White M: 68.8/123 W: 73.8/144||296||462||378||507||146||347||347||145||339||2967||312||368||500||165||308||459||134||351||328||2925||5892|
|White Flex M: 67.2/118 W: 72.3/141||296||462||328||457||127||347||347||145||339||2848||312||324||445||147||308||459||134||314||328||2771||5619|
|Green M: 63.1/106 W: 68.6/127||200||348||328||457||127||316||303||109||295||2483||220||324||445||147||264||359||110||314||216||2399||4882|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
The Best Public Course In Colorado Springs
A must play whether you live here or are just visiting! I've played at Pine Creek about a dozen times per year since the early 90's and I still think it's the best Public Course in the Colorado Springs area. It’s fun and challenging with a good layout and always in very good condition. Each hole is unique with plenty of native rough defining the fairways and greens, and amazing views of Pikes Peak from almost every hole. Choose your tees carefully, unless you’re a strong single digit handicapper with your A-game dialed in, you should never play the back (gold) tees. You’ll get tested plenty from the blue or white tees and still have a few 'coulda' 'shoulda' 'woulda' stories to tell your friends on the 19th hole. I Played on the last day of November and the course was still in great shape.
Antler creek golf course
That day there was NO ICE, NO DRINKS, NO SNACKS AVAILABLE. I WOULD NOT GO BACK IF THATS A USUAL HAPPENING. The course was full of challenging holes which is what I enjoy. I’m from Texas and not used to all the ups and downs. The guy at the desk didn’t act to sorry for the loss of amenities.
Great track, poorly managed
Been playing pine creek for a few years now and the quality has slowly gone downhill. Most fairways were soggy, cart path only. Lots of poor tee boxes. Greens were firm and were rolling nice for this time of year.
Seems like the management doesn’t care anymore…It’s a bummer! Apart from hot deals, this course costs way too much!
1st Time at Pine Creek
I was paired with someone that knew the course, which was a big help, since some of the tee shots are misleading. Very interesting course you will hit a lot of different clubs off of the tees, this is not a bash away with driver course. It was in pretty good shape for Oct, and most of the greens were good. Bunkers were inconsistent. I played on a hot now deal, so I'd question if I would have enjoyed it as much on the full rack rate.
Colorado Spgs golf
Collectively can’t give Colorado Springs Golf a very good rating. With I Metropolitan the size it needs at least three more municipal courses. This is not Pinecreek‘s fault however, should have a time where the average person could walk the course where they can afford it more than once every couple months. With as pathetic as Colorado Springs golf is in general I would like to see the course step up and let the average person be able to play more often. No excuse for only having two municipal courses that are far over priced and then the next jump up it’s Pine Creek for $75
A potential gem that is being mismanaged
The staff when we checked in were friendly enough in the pro shop. Not so much when we went into the grill and asked about available food. The young lady, who was sitting on one of the bar stools, seemed put out that we were bothering her. They had nothing available except candy and chips. Pretty disappointing for a facility that has so much potential. When we made the turn we went in at the friendly cart girl's suggestion and were able to get an overpriced hot dog. The employee in the grill was so disagreeable again, I asked her if she hated her job. She explained that she was just "so stressed". I guess holding down a bar stool while surfing the net can be taxing. Far worse than the poor service was the 5 hour plus round on a Saturday morning. They had player assistants that came by a couple of times as we were sitting on yet another tee box and just explained it off as the first group out had held everyone up. We won't bother to go back to this course. There are many more courses in better shape and with staff that make you feel welcomed.
Terrible staff, good course
I’m a 5 handicap and a general manager of a restaurant downtown. I was so excited to play this course. Get there and they seem to think they are pebble beach. Very stuck up and complete lack of good customer service in the pro shop and food and beverage area. The “pro” was rude to the guys in front of me checking in and to us as well. The course obviously needs a renovation inside the pro shop and restaurant. I play twice a week and this course is 10 minutes from my house and I won’t be back if it stays the same.
Talked to a guy in the parking lot during the frost delay and he told me how rude the employees are all the time so it leads me to believe it’s been like this for quite some time now. Sorry to give one star because it’s a good course. I just have to slam this place because I work in customer service and this is not okay. Clean up the clubhouse it’s pretty ugly for such a nice area.
Nice track, however when we played they were having sprinkler issues and the fairways were a bit soggy☹️ Having said that, still a nice course with a variety of terrain and spectacular views of the Front Range.