Limon Colorado Golf Courses

Tamarack Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Tamarack Golf Course -- Plain(s) Old Golf Course
Review by: Anonymous I golfed this course for the first time back in the early 70's when the grass was taller than the newly planted trees. And due to the lack of water some years the grass was as brown in July as it is in January. Back then this course was challenging for a peron just learning to golf. The slopes in this course and the length of some holes made it very challenging. And today after 31 years I still find it a challenge. The same slopes are still there and the trees have finally grown up to make it that much more of a challenge. I can finally drive it straight enough that I don't go into the lake on hole number one every time. And I find that hole number two is still one of the most challenging par 3's I have ever played. I no longer live in the Limon area and have not for over 16 years, but I still find time to play this course at least once a year, when visiting the area. I call this course "the course I cut my teeth on" or "recieved my first ulcer". Thanks for the memories.
From Grand Junction, Colorado

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Sheraton Steamboat Golf Club & Resort -- Dutch
Review by: MJ "Dutch" Elting A tremendous couse in a beautiful mountain setting, especially in September and October when in full fall foliage, the afternoon temperatures in the low 70's and the skies so blue the horizon lines become razor sharp. The back nine challange you with mountain streams, blind doglegs, an occasional buck jumping from a creek bed and or lofty tee boxes daring you to choose a loftier iron for dropping it between the aspens and the traps.... Not too many courses in the world offer better views, thinner air for longer drives, or nicer people to pamper your needs. July through mid October is prime... take plenty of time and the closest of friends, I guarantee you a memorable experiance and a challanging round!
From Colorado




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