Harvard Gulch Golf Course
Harvard Gulch Golf Course is a nine-hole, par-3 course in Southern Denver. It is one of eight municipal courses in the city of Denver. The holes on this course range from 64 to 134 yards. The greens are small and well-bunkered and water hazards come into play on a few holes, providing challenges that are still suitable for beginners. There are also slight elevation changes to add interest to this short, fun course. Towering trees are a part of Harvard Gulch's landscape, providing enjoyable scenery. The fifth hole is the longest hole of the course and is therefore considered the hardest.
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Great par 3
This course is such a fun place to play. It is a gently rolling course and the views are pretty. The gentleman at the check in desk is absolutely delightful! And we have met some very nice people on the course as well!
The smallest Denver municipal course- a par 3. A Denver tradition. Been there my whole life- learned to play play and appreciate golf there. Great for all ages- lots of fun with buddies. Denver history on the grounds as well.
Pleasant pitch n putt
We popped into Harvard Gulch on a whim on vacation for a quick nine. I was impressed with the conditions, that is compared to our Austin pitch 'n putt that has st. Augustine greens and is a little worn. Pace was decent but a little slow. Decent selection of yardages but shouldn't need more than a pitching wedge. Very pleasant environment. If I lived nearby I'm sure I'd swing by often.
Live about 10 minutes from here.
One of my favorite places for a quick 30-40 min chipping refresher.
Hilarious that you've played here. The owner keeps it in great shape. Although with the majority of the users being college kids, it can get a little rowdy.