Evergreen Golf Course
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Course has pretty scenery.
Cart path need improvement and repair. Fairway and green are good for mountain course.
This course needs maintenance
The City of Denver owns this course in the foothills. I have played it for the last 10 years. It is in need of some tender loving care. Cart trails are rutted and appear to have not been graded in the last 10 years. Some greens are well maintained some not so much.
Terrible layout and terrible players
I guess I should preface this with the fact that I should expect poor players on a 5,000 yard course but holy cow, I guess this is the course to play if you can’t break 150. Literally not an exaggeration, I saw some of the worst golf from a lot of players. Course layout is terrible which adds to the wait. Par 69 at 5,000 yards from the back took 5 hours to play. I mean there’s a par 3 that you have to hit over boulders that have an arrow on it to direct you where to hit. So wonkey. Course conditions were not good either. Will not come back to play this course. The only good thing is that the course has great views. I guess if you’re a VERY high handicapper, it wouldn’t be so bad.
Favorite City of Denver Course!
Beautiful course, very well maintained. Friendly staff, good food... what more could you ask for?
Solid short course, excellent views
Evergreen is a *fun* course above all else due to the scenery, the elevation (BALL GO FAR), and the somewhat quirky layout. This isn't a championship course by any stretch; it's built on the side of a mountain, and the topography means that they're not working with a ton of land. Half of the Par 4 holes are < 300 yards, and all of the Par 5s check in under 500 yards. Some of the holes will leave you with a side-hill lie no matter how perfectly you place your tee shot, and I can use my driver on fewer than half of the Par 4/5 holes due to the length/dogleg of the hole in question. BUT the scenery is breathtaking, and it's both a fun and unique experience to be playing at an elevation of 7200' where you only need to use an 8-iron on shots where you'd otherwise be hitting a 6- or 7-iron. You're guaranteed to see a few marmots and/or deer, and the staff is extremely friendly. A can of IPA from the cart girl costs $4, and PBR is cheaper. I've never had an issue with pace-of-play here; the last time out, actually, our foursome was the relatively slow group playing in front of a foursome of scratch golfers, and a course marshal cordially and politely had us letting them play through by the 6th tee.
It's not an overly challenging course, though you'll want to think twice about your club selection depending on whether the hole is playing uphill or downhill. I would *strongly* recommend using a cart, and it would be downright foolish not to if you're not used to the altitude...there are enough ups and downs that you'll get winded if you decide to walk.
Overall a fine course, as long as you have the right expectations and vibe going into it. Can typically play 18 holes for $35-$40 with a cart, depending on the dynamic pricing for that date/time
The absolute friendliest staff! From the moment you arrive you will feel like everyone appreciates that you chose Evergreen to play. Check-in staff, starters, Marshall, bartenders, wait staff - everyone is amazing. While on the course, the Marshall checks in with golfers to make sure they are having fun. Additionally, the course has several challenging holes. Even if a golfer doesn’t play well, the scenery will make up for the disappointment. If that doesn’t help, the wildlife will make one smile. Go late in the afternoon to catch a glimpse of the elk. Highly recommend.
I’m not sure if it is still too early in the season but the greens were so short and made of sand and feed. It was rare if any shot was to make a ball mark either. Always fun but needs some water and TLC.
You will want to play this course again.
First time out here and it was a blast. I will definitely come back and recommend everyone to come out and play this challenging Golf Course.
Rolley Polly up and down fun course
This is a shorter course but t up and down the mountain makes it really fun. The first time you play here, you will not have a clue where you are going on a number of the holes so best to start with someone that has been there before. The Mountains were wonderful, the course challenging and the only thing I hear is that the pace on the weekend can get bad with new people getting lost.
Bad bad bad
I never do this but this is just a bad place. Not at all worth the money or worth any money to be homest. Just such bad golf. Wow
Challenging course, but fairways too short
Evergreen GC is a great, challenging course in an extremely pleasant location. It is reasonably priced and quite fun to play.
Only thing bad about the course is there are too many par 4's that are too short with blind shots, esp. on the back 9. We had a foursome behind us who had a player who kept driving to the green while we were still putting out. Though he should have been better about giving us some leeway, many of the holes where we experienced this problem had blind tee shots. They couldn't see that we were still on the green.
Evergreen needs to consider looking for some added space to expand (if that is even possible), so they can lengthen a few of the par 4's and add a couple more par 5's. (They only have 1 per nine holes.)
Still, a great course to play and highly recommended.