At what is now considered and executive length by most standards, this course is fun and beautiful. Watch out for the elk when they decide to join the foursome
I happened to go on a rainy day but it was still a fun course and a pretty reasonable value. I didn't get to see the elk but the views are breathtaking a is. I would recommend it even with kids.
This is unarguably one of the most beautiful golf courses (public or private) in the world. The greens and fairways are well-maintained, the price is right and the course is challenging for both 100+ and scratch golfers, alike. Be careful, however, and don't conk a grazing elk with that 300 yard drive of yours!
This is a decent glf course nothing spectacular but good course with some reallyn ice interesting holes. Expect a breif thunder and lightning storm most afternoons lasting about 10 minutes so you may have to run for cover and go back out but usually discounter rates in the afternoon to make it worth it. Estes is not a golf destination... More
great staff, great clubhouse, restaurant and bar. really llike the easy layout and well maintained course for this late in the year. single or twosome can move through 18 fairly quickly in the afternoon.
The course had fantastic views from every hole - very challenging greens and well maintained. Elk cruised the course both days we played, including a battle of bulls on one day.
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