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About

Holes 18
Type Private
Par 72
Length 7310 yards
Slope 145
Rating 74.8

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.

Course Details

Year Built 1984
Golf Season Year round. Weather permitting
Architect Jack Nicklaus (1984) Bob Lohmann

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes
Clubs Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Bunker Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area Yes
Indoor Practice Yes
Putting Green Yes
Practice Hole Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted VISA, MasterCard, Amex Welcomed
Metal Spikes Allowed No

Food & Beverage

Grill, Restaurant

Available Facilities

Clubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Locker Rooms

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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.

Conditions Good
Value Poor
Layout Fair
Friendliness Good
Pace Excellent
Amenities Average
Difficulty Moderate
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Commented on 10/25/2018

Above review. Meridian is a great value (for members). Why should a private club let a nonmember play there cheap? No reason!

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Valid dates: Feb 28, 2020 - Oct 31, 2020
UNLIMITED rounds of golf over three days, and two nights lodging in one of our 4-bedroom Stay & Play luxury townhomes, including access to fine dining for dinner at Champs and Rockers.
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