Rockies Golf Destinations

Idaho Golf Courses

Stoneridge Golf Club in Blanchard, ID

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StoneRidge Golf Course in Blanchard is part of the Idaho Golf Trail. Tucked away amongst the northern Idaho hills, the course has a tranquil setting sprawled across rolling hills that are dotted with sparkling lakes and ponds. The course opened in 1968 and has undergone several renovations to its classic design, including the restructuring of the greens and the addition of bunkers.

Prairie Falls Golf Club in Post Falls, ID

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Prairie Falls Golf Club opened as a nine-hole course in 1999 and the second nine was added in 2000. Though each nine has a unique character, they combine seamlessly to create a fair test. It's an ideal course for high handicappers learning the game but it's not an easy course by any means.

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Utah Golf Courses

Lakeside Golf Course in West Bountiful, UT

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Originally a nine-hole course when opening in 1966, Lakeside Golf Course expanded to 18 holes in 1993. The course, located close to downtown Salt Lake City, boasts views of the Wasatch Mountains. It is suitable for players of all abilities.

River Oaks Golf Course in Sandy, UT

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River Oaks Golf Course, located in the South Valley of the Jordan River Bottom Area, is a challenging course where golfers can often have some wildlife encounters. The course offers beautiful scenery featuring plenty of trees and water, adding both beauty and challenge.

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Colorado Golf Courses

Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills - Gold Course in Westminster, CO

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Hyland Hills in Westminster is home to four courses: the championship Gold, the nine-hole Blue and two par-3 courses, the North and South, which are known collectively as the Greg Mastriona Golf Courses. The Gold Course underwent a major redesign in 1985 that both modernized the features yet still maintained the classic feel of the design. The course offers enough of a challenge to keep the round interesting but it's still playable enough to appeal to a wide range of skill levels.

Colorado National Golf Club in Erie, CO

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Colorado National Golf Club is conveniently situated just 20 minutes north of Denver and just a few minutes from Boulder, Thornton, and Broomfield. Formerly known as Vista Ridge, the course sprawls across rolling hills with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains, including Long's Peak and Mount Meeker.

Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel in Littleton, CO

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Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel sits conveniently just 30 minutes from downtown Denver, but the city is the last thing you'll be thinking of when you look out across the Front Range. The stunning views from the elevated tees can be distracting, but you'll need your full attention on this Arnold Palmer design.

Park Hill Golf Club in Denver, CO

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Park Hill Golf Club in Denver may not be the area's most challenging course but it is certainly one of the best values. The golf course sprawls across flat terrain that has been enhanced with the addition of over 100 trees.

Thorncreek Golf Course in Thornton, CO

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Thorncreek Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course where golfers can enjoy stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. This challenging course has been ranked in the top 10 golf courses in Colorado. The undulating greens are the defining feature of this layout. Their dramatic slopes and contours make scoring par on any hole a formidable feat.

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New Mexico Golf Courses

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