Meridian Golf Club
The private, 18-hole golf course at the Meridian Golf Club has the distinction of being a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. The course is 7,292 yards from its longest tees and plays to a par of 72. It is a popular course in the region due to its excellent layout, which features challenging water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. The signature hole of the course is the par-4 7th hole, which covers 430 yards. Meridian Golf Club strongly emphasizes its family-friendly atmosphere, encouraging golfers to bring their children. There are three practice holes for kids and beginners and also individual or group instruction.
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Not worth the Guest Fee
Was able to play Meridian with a member and was not impressed with the golf course when factoring in the cost for the Guest Fee. For over $100 while playing with a member, you can get more bang (better layout and views) for your buck in the Denver Metro area.
Although well taken care of and a few cool holes, this course does not have many memorable holes and is a very flat golf course with the greens providing the majority of defense for the golf course.
For the amount of money you have to pay for a Membership or Guest Fee, there are better options in the area.
Above review. Meridian is a great value (for members). Why should a private club let a nonmember play there cheap? No reason!