Located in Arvada, Colorado, West Woods Golf Club features three unique golf courses-- The Sleeping Indian, The Cottonwood and The Silo. Each course provides brilliant natural scenery along with challenges for golfers of all skill levels. The city of Arvada built the first two nines at West Woods, the original 18, in 1994. Those two courses - the Sleeping Indian and the Cottonwood - were designed by one of Colorado's best-known golf architects, Richard M. Phelps. Phelps' son, Rick, then laid out our third nine-hole course, the Silo, in 1998-99. You'll play classic golf in the best sense on these three courses. But each nine has a very different personality. We change the combination of nines that you can play on a daily basis.
Pole Creek Golf Club is one of the few public 27-hole courses in Colorado and the only one in Grand County County. Pole Creek's 7,107-yard course meanders through lush fields replete with native wildflowers, drastic elevation changes, vast bent greens and water challenge shots over two ponds and five lakes. The Ridge 9 course challenges experts to a rigorous game with 3,603-yard shots and tree-lined holes, while the mellower Meadow 9 and Ranch 9 - indulge all playing levels. All three courses play to par 36.
The 18-hole "Grand Elk" course at the Grand Elk Ranch and Club facility in Granby, Colorado features 7,206 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 72.4 and it has a slope rating of 131 on Rye grass. Designed by Craig Stadler/Tripp Davis, the Grand Elk golf course opened in 2002. Mike Ritter manages the course as the Golf Professional.
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