Steamboat Springs Colorado Golf Courses

Haymaker
Sheraton Steamboat Golf Club & Resort
Steamboat Golf Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
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!
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Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Fort Collins Country Club -- Fun course for a long hitter
Review by: big hitter I grew up in the area and worked in the kitchen for a while. I've played it quite a few times. 3 of the par 5's are reachable, though the 4th par five plays over 600 yards. The front nine is flat. The back nine is a bit hillier and has more water. There are 5 par 3s of varying difficulty. Good long iron play is really needed on some holes. The fairways and greens are usually in very good condition. It's also playable in the winter. It can be a lot of fun because you can get a ton of bounce on one of the downhill par fives with the frozen turf in January.
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