Designed by Pete and Perry Dye at an agricultural fairgrounds, it was Golf Digest's #2 New Course in America. Two 18-hole courses are on site with one featuring the Dye trademark railroad ties. The Colorado Golf Hall of Fame Museum is located here.
Colorado's first "Country Club for a Day" course was designed by architect Tom Weiskopf for Troon Golf. It was 1# New Course in America by Golf Digest. From a high ridge, fairways drop through and climb back up cliffs and around large rock outcroppings.
Designed by legendary Arizona course architect and Colorado State University graduate Jay Morrish, it was once the longest in Colorado. It is now the home of the University of Colorado Golf Team and Training facility.
Carved out of an abandoned clay pit, the Jim Engh design was once Golf Digest's #2 New Course in America. Stone cliffs and pillars were left in place. Prehistoric dinosaur tracks and fossil bones are preserved and visible in the clay cliffs.