Colorado Springs CO Golf Course

Find Colorado Springs, Colorado golf courses. Golf courses can be public or private, and provide a facility for individuals to play golf, take golf lessons, and buy golf equipment.


Appletree Golf Course 10150 Rolling Ridge Road Colorado Springs CO 80925 719-382-3649


Cherokee Ridge Golf Course 1850 Tuskegee Place Colorado Springs CO 80915 719-597-2637

Colorado Springs City Government Golf Courses 900 East Espanola Street Colorado Springs CO 80907 719-385-5967

Colorado Springs Country Club 3333 Templeton Gap Road Colorado Springs CO 80907 719-634-8851

Country Club of Colorado 125 Clubhouse Drive Colorado Springs CO 80906 719-538-4080

Gleneagle Golf Club 345 Mission Hill Way Colorado Springs CO 80921 719-488-0900

Kissing Camels Golf Club 3320 Mesa Road Colorado Springs CO 80904 719-632-5541

Kissing Camels Golf Course 4500 Kissing Camels Drive Colorado Springs CO 80904 719-636-2520

Patty Jewett Golf Course 1150 East Caramillo Street Colorado Springs CO 80903 719-385-6940

Peterson Air Force Base Golf Course 1334 Stewart Avenue Colorado Springs CO 80914 719-556-7777

Pine Creek Golf Club 9850 Divot Trail Colorado Springs CO 80920 719-594-9999

Sand Creek Golf Course 6865 Galley Road Colorado Springs CO 80915 719-597-5489

Silver Spruce Golf Course 1054 Glasgow Avenue Colorado Springs CO 80916 719-556-7414

Springs Ranch Golf Club 3525 Tutt Boulevard Colorado Springs CO 80922 719-573-4863

The Club at Flying Horse 1880 Weiskopf Point Colorado Springs CO 80921 719-494-1222

The Vineyard Golf Club 3819 Janitell Road Colorado Springs CO 80906 719-226-2466

Valley Hi Golf Course 610 South Chelton Road Colorado Springs CO 80910 719-385-6911

About Colorado Springs Golf Courses

Colorado Springs Golf Courses contain both the grounds on which golf is played as well as any ancillary or supporting facilities and amenities in Colorado Springs, CO. A typical Golf Course has at least one 9-hole or 18-hole playing ground, practice areas for driving and putting, changing rooms, lockers, and shower facilities, a clubhouse with a restaurant and bar, golf shop, and a parking area. In addition to providing golfers with the opportunity to play, Colorado Springs courses offer other services, including golf lessons and spa services. Some Golf Courses in Colorado Springs may also provide amenities such as a fitness center, swimming pools, or tennis courts.

You may contact Golf Courses for questions about:
  • Colorado Springs Public and Private Golf Courses
  • Club membership, applications, and dues
  • Scheduling tee times and golf rates
  • Colorado Springs driving ranges and putting greens
  • Golf course reviews
Colorado Springs Public & Private Golf Courses

Golf Clubs in Colorado Springs can be privately or publicly owned. Privately-owned Golf Courses in Colorado Springs may be open to the public as well as members, or use may be restricted exclusively to members. Colorado Springs Public Golf Courses can refer to a privately-owned course that is open to members of the general public. A typical cost structure for a privately-owned Colorado Springs country club would include annual dues paid by members and pay-to-play fees paid by the general public. Golf Courses in Colorado Springs may offer membership tiers with different dues, such as individual, family, or corporate membership.

Colorado Springs Municipal Golf Courses

Publicly-owned Golf Courses are usually owned by the Colorado Springs municipal government. Municipal Golf Courses in Colorado Springs, Colorado may be operated with in-house staff and resources, or they may contract these services out to a golf management company. The management company may be paid a flat fee for management services or it may receive a share of revenues generated by the Golf Club. Colorado Springs Municipal Golf Courses are open to the public, but many also offer membership options.

Par-3 Golf Courses in Colorado Springs, Colorado

In addition to standard 18-hole or 9-hole courses that feature a mix of par-3, par-4, and par-5 holes, there are other variations of Golf Courses. Executive Courses consist of shorter holes and has a greater emphasis on par-3 holes. Colorado Springs Par-3 Courses consist solely of par-3 holes. An Approach Course is a shorter course designed to focus on chipping and pitching onto a green and putting.