Omni Interlocken Hotel
About Omni Interlocken HotelOmni Interlocken Hotel is located in between Denver and Boulder, Colorado off Highway 36. This Omni property has 390 guest rooms and suites, Makara Spa, two outdoor pools and 27 holes of championship golf. It's location near the Colorado Rocky Mountain front range makes it a good base for mountain and hiking adventures as well as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a legendary area concert venue. The golf course opened in 1999 and was designed by Gary Panks. It features three interchangeable 9-hole courses. The golf course has a full driving range and short game area with practice bunker and is open for daily-fee play as well as stay-and-play packages through the hotel. There is a wealth of area shopping and dining at Flatiron Crossing as well as nearby hotels.
Golf courses at Omni Interlocken Hotel
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Great Conditions, better views
Joined a group of locals and played this great group of tracks(Eldorado&Vista) and boy was I impressed. This course has impeccable conditions and a very fair layout. But the best part is multiple holes with views of the foot hills and Rocky’s.
Starting the weekend with a round at Omni is my idea of a perfect Friday Afternoon C.lub,! We warmed up on the range which is included in the greens fees and teeing off around 5, we played Vista-Sunshine in 3.5 hours. The course is in great shape thanks to recent rain, though the sand in the sand traps is hard. The staff at Omni are friendly and the views of the foothills are inspiring!
Play Vista/Sunshine for a nice treat
This is a well maintained and interesting layout, with some very nice views East out of the foothills. The greens, fairways and bunkers were all in excellent condition, but the green speeds were surprisingly slow.
There are some really well designed, elevated tee boxes, a few forced carries, but generous landing areas.
Fun and challenging course. Course was in great shape.
This is my third time playing this course I love it
Winter rules a must
A challenging layout. Greens in nice condition but much like last year early season is not kind to this course as far as fairways go. There are bare spots everywhere. They had just aerated a few of the fairways. No major issues there but all other courses I’ve played this year are in much better condition. I’m guessing mid summer will be much. Better
Poorly maintained tees, fairways need work
Additional to above, excellent and challenging layout; superior practice facilities; quality carts (incl. GPS); well-maintained and challenging greens. All the aircraft taking off is annoying, but can’t be helped. On course beverage/drink service is consistent/reliable. Had a service that loaded our bags from car to cart and parked cart at practice facility - something unique and appreciated. Men’s locker room was very poor, but that’s an issue for the members.
The course had been recently aerated and it was cartpath only. It made for a long, heart pounding day. Lots of terrain changes too hike up and down. It easily could, should have been 90 degrees. Many of the tee boxes were covered in sand.
Very challenging course, with fast, " unflat" slopey greens.
It was a cloudy, cool day and the course was pretty open. Even still, it took over 4 he because of all the hill walking. Would have been a 5-6hr round if the course was busier.
Enjoyed the round, but call ahead if there is a possibility the conditions could be cartpath only.
The course was in good shape for it being early in the season. The layout was challenging but not unfair from a playability stand point. Pace of play was somewhat slow but that was due to CPO.
I look forward to playing the course again!
Highly recommended this course. Even for beginners.
Condition of course could be bettter
1. Staff was awesome
2. Layout is good (Vista and Sunshine)
3. Practice area = great.
4. Course condition. For a course that is typically a $100 plus to play the conditions were not great. Greens were bumpy and did not role true. Fairways were just average. Sand was good. I can go play Legacy or Walnut Creek in Westminster for $45 and get greens that are tops in the area. I just don't get how a course that charges this much money cannot be kept in better condition overall. I like the course and for the right price would play it again , but it certainly is not a $100 course and even at the $60 rate I paid, I would think twice unless I knew the greens would be better.
The course was a little challenging for us. Greens were very fast and we were in the sand a lot. Had a good time though