Southglenn Country Club
The golf course at the Southglenn Country Club is a short, par-3 course in Littleton. The private, nine-hole course is 1,387 yards from its longest tees and provides a perfect golf outing for beginners. There are no water hazards but there are sand bunkers. More advanced golfers may find this course too easy, but it is great for those wanting to work on their short game. The course does not have power carts but it is easily walkable so it is not a problem. Southglenn Country Club is perfect for families since there are many extra facilities on the premises that would appeal to younger crowd such as a heated pool and clubhouse.
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Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Southglenn country club
Very nice private par 3. Easy to navigate and work on hitting it straight!
Wow, what a miserable experience. It started off with finding out that all their push carts were broken. No biggie, half the reason we golf is for the exercise. Then the attendant notifies us that the members do not have to make tee times. We step outside at 9:55am for our 10oclock tee time and there are three groups before us with a total of about 14 golfers. So we waited 20 minutes for our “tee time”. Play was obviously very backed up because there were dozens of players without tee times. Anyways, we shake it off and are ready to play some p golf. Then the attack of the mowers set in around hole 2. Two massive mowers decided that July fourth month was the best time to mow the course. We had to wait at various holes for around 5-10 minutes each time so that they could finish that hole. Course was awfully maintained and thick patches of weeds. Wait, there’s more. The members are incredibly rude and we even had one group carrying a portable speaker blasting heavy metal for their entire round. Ultimately, they make it very clear that guests are not welcome. They have fully succeeded and I will never return there, even if they paid me to play their course.
enjoyed the round
My wife and I had a nice time at the course even though
it was a very hot 90 degrees. We walked (no carts at Southglenn) so some of the hills can be tough in the heat. The Course and staff were great.
DO NOT GO HERE, Rudest staff I’ve encountered
I’ve been to Southglenn a number of rounds over the years and have they ever rolled out the welcoming committee this year. In the middle of our round, we had a staff member approach us confirming whether or not we booked through GolfNow, once we confirmed, we were told that SGGC now has an arbitrary policy that limits the amount of GN bookings to 5x a year, and if we want to continue playing here we have to pay $850 for a yearly membership!! Rude staff and management. This couldn’t of been handled any worse by this so called golf course, not only did this happen mid round but how is this place even cost that much bring the condition that it’s in. I will never go back and would not recommend anyone to do so either, nor would I suggest that anyone become a yearly member here with how they treat people.
Small Suburban Neighborhood par 3
Course conditions were great but later in the year the course dries quite a bit
Average at best
Honestly not bad for a par 3 but the course wasn’t in the best shape and what you pay for isn’t worth it. There were also times I was waiting for the staff on a few holes and there was also a guy trying to teach a lesson during the middle of the day (one of the groundskeepers did come up and talk to him before I got to the tee box to make him move the lesson)
A full golf experience.
Course was in great condition for a public mountain course. Challenging, but fair. I used most of the clubs in my bag. Will definitely play again, more than once.
Sharpen your irons
Very nice and relaxed par 3 with very well kept greens. Rough around the edges but worth the price to sharpen your short game.