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All the signs of downtown municipal golf are there at Park Hill Golf Club in Denver. The classic course, dating to 1931, is short by modern standard and can be a bit noisy, surrounded by train tracks and a major road. But a potential career round at an affordable price makes it worth a trip to Park Hill.
The Denver area is known for its prestigious private clubs, but golfers without a membership can still find a great experience. The metro area's public golf scene offers tremendous diversity, from scenic plays to tournament-worthy layouts. Brandon Tucker offers up some of the best, including The Ridge at Castle Pines North, Plum Creek Golf Club and Red Hawk Ridge.
GolfTEC, a company that began in 1995 under the name Driving Obsession, has made a profound impact in a short amount of time, blossoming into the worldwide leader in lessons given and the top employer of PGA Professionals. Plans call for another 25 GolfTECs to open in the next year with long-term goals of moving into China, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Denver Golf CoursesFrom the east, Denver is the gateway to the Rockies and has long been known for offering the best skiing in the U.S. But Colorado's largest city and capital has plenty more to offer, which is why in recent years it has been one of America's fastest-growing cities. Situated at the eastern base of the range, you're just a few miles from the ascent into the mountains, a trek that millions of skiers and snowboarders make each year.