|2300 Indian Peaks Trail, Lafayette, CO 80026, USA
|6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM 6AM–9PM
This course is like a girl who is a soft 5, but thinks shes a hard 9. It gets good ratings because it has good views. We live in Colorado, the parking lot of 7/11 has good views. The course is WAYYY over priced, at around $50 to walk 18. The staff are really rude. The first time I called there the girl was so rude I called back 10 minutes later and told them frankly I dont want to give you my money, cancel that tee time. The kid working the pro shop today wasnt a whole lot better. Very short and snarky. The range was mats only, because its too early in the year, the grass isnt growing. Nope. This is the only place Ive been to in the past month that is still off mats, which are about an inch thick and on concrete here, so pretty crappy. The chipping green is about the size of my kitchen table and some knucklehead was hitting literally 50-75 balls to one hole, taking 1/3 of the green out of commission. (On a side note, STOP DOING THIS. I see it all the time. Hitting into a pile of balls does nothing for your game and gets in everyone elses way. 10 balls at a time. Max.) The course wasnt in terrible condition, but the greens were extraordinarily slow. Oddly, they dont hold shots. Ive been playing for many years (27) and am a high-spin player, and I couldnt get the ball to stop on chips to save my life. To make up for the extreme lack of length of this course there are all sorts of dog legs, with allegedly local rules of dont cut the corners. They put a lot of bunkers/lakes through the fairways and on the corners to try to force you not to hit driver. You can find lots of courses that are equal quality in the North Suburbs of Denver for around $20-$30 and probably have a way better experience. The positives are that the putting green is really nice and smooth, but also rolls about 3x faster than the actual greens, so dont fall in love with the speed before you tee off. The bathroom in the clubhouse is really nice, and they have these nice futuristic urinals that are fun to pee in. There are nice views here, I will admit...but as indicated earlier, that means very little to me. On a personal note, there was some very creepy guy who walked into the clubhouse at the same time I did. He didnt say anything, didnt walk up to the counter, but was straight up staring at me. I saw it right away, could feel his eyes burning into my back when I was paying, and when I turned around he had this insanely scary smirk on his face. I very seriously thought Uncle Touchy was going to get handsy with me. Not a good experience. If you play here, watch your cornhole.
Best course Ive found in the area. Beautiful greens, great layout, good pace of play (as in, the marshalls actually do something to get people going if needed). I held a star back because it wasnt Bandon Dunes where I used to caddy, and I should take away another half star because the 7th hole is so stupid. Its not Poppy Hills, its not Thousand Oaks in Michigan, but it is fun, challenging, in great shape, and you cant imagine the views considering what it looks like as you drive up to the course. Go really early on Saturday morning to hit balls. You will get to see 30 hot air balloons ascending with the green grass in front of you and the snow capped mountains in the background. Striking, really.
Course was in good shape and well designed. I played two days this week and had to deal with the same miserable person taking your money. I wont make this personal and give names, but management should train the counter people to represent the course with a helpful attitude. His uninterest in helping me caused a multitude of avoidable issues and then his unwilling take any responsibility basically told me he didnt give a damn about the experience I was paying for. Retail is tough, I know this and I try to be a good customer, but your front counter needs an attitude adjustment. I will be playing elsewhere.
I reserved tee time online for early evening. I arrived at course 30 minutes early and checked in immediately as a single. When my group game up to meet me they were a foursome so no spot for me. No starter around so I went back to the clubhouse. Guys in pro shop told me back nine was wide open. When I went to #10 tee box there was a group waiting in carts to tee off and another foursome coming behind. Starter told me I could ask to join in group or ask to play through. Sounds like a nice course but didnt get a chance to see it.
I played the course on 9/2/2015 great golf facility. The course was in great condition. The course has great views of the mountains. It is fairly wide open and has plenty of dogleg holes which gives you the opportunity to hit long irons off the tee or to bomb it over the trees on the bends. This course allows you to play every club in your bag! The greens were very receptive to shots played from the fairways. Well worth the drive from anywhere in the city!
Carl Philip Gronstedt
Before golfing Indian peaks golf course, I would imagine my family would consider me a "cold" person. Since then a lot has changed. The lush course has put lasting joy in my heart and taught me how to love. The majestic put passion back into my previously spiteful soul. In fact, hole 18 was so grand that me and my fiancée are planning our wedding ceremony there. God bless the heart and soul of the heros that run Indian peaks.
Excellent public golf course. Challenging layout with lots of water, creeks and subtle difficulties that makes this a rewarding golf experience. Beautiful scenery with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. Emerald greens contrast beautifully with snow capped mountains. Seven sets of tees makes Indian Peaks GC accessible to all levels and their professional instructors are the best on the Front Range. Great Experience!
Id consider this my home course. The price of 55-65$ a round in CO is extremely reasonable for this place - Flatirons in Boulder is as expensive, as is Coal Creek and both suck in comparison. Well maintained for the most part and decent enough change within the course itself. For a public course Id give it a 5.
Great course with some spectacular views. The staff every time I have been there has been courteous and helpful. I also took a lesson from Rich. He was easy to work with and quickly saw the error in my swing and got it straightened out.
This course has matured beautifully and the green are very smooth and true. The views are pretty incredible and vary quite a bit. Definitely one of my favorite courses from the several states Ive played in.
Only played the front 9 and heard the back is better. Course was fun and offered a variety of different shots and hole layouts. Nice bar and grill and pro shop. Prices were very reasonable.
Love this golf course. It is perfect for every type of player. The greens are some of the best in the state and they are always keeping up with this course.