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Best golf courses near Colorado Springs, CO

Below, you’ll find a list of courses near Colorado Springs, CO. There are 23 courses within a 15-mile radius of Colorado Springs, 13 of which are public courses and 10 are private courses. There are 16 18-hole courses and 7 nine-hole layouts.

The above has been curated through Golf Digest’s Places to Play course database, where we have collected star ratings and reviews from our 1,900 course-ranking panelists. Join our community by signing up for Golf Digest+ and rate the courses you’ve visited recently.

The Broadmoor Golf Club East Course
Private
The Broadmoor Golf Club East Course
Colorado Springs, CO
The Broadmoor Golf Club East is another timeless mountain course, built hard against Cheyenne Mountain with famed green contours that pose optical illusions. Many putts that look uphill are actually running downhill. Few golfers recognize that the East Course is a combination of nine Donald Ross holes (one through six and 16 through 18) and nine more added 30 years later by Robert Trent Jones (holes seven to 15), though a road crossing helps delineate these lower and upper holes. The East Course was the site of Jack Nicklaus’ first U.S. Amateur win in 1959 and Annika Sorenstam’s first U.S. Women’s Open win in 1995. It has also hosted 2011 U.S. Women’s Open won by So Yeon Ryu and the 2018 U.S. Senior Open won by David Toms, their first major victories as well (at least the first on the Senior circuit for Toms).
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The Club At Flying Horse Weiskopf Course
Private
The Club At Flying Horse Weiskopf Course
Colorado Springs, CO
3.7
52 Panelists
The Club At Flying Horse: Weiskopf Course is ranked 25th in Colorado
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The Broadmoor Golf Club West Course
Private
The Broadmoor Golf Club West Course
Colorado Springs, CO
3.6
64 Panelists
While the East course has hosted the majority of USGA championships played at Broadmoor (indcluding Jack Nicklaus' 1959 U.S. Amateur victory and the 1995 Women's U.S. Open, Annika Sorenstam's first major), the West course got its chance too when it hosted the 1967 U.S. Amateur, won by Robert Dickson over heralded lifelong amateur Vinny Giles. Compared to its sibling East course, the West plays tighter off the tee with more doglegs and sloped greens that become increasingly frightening as the holes climb higher onto Cheyenne Mountain's steeper topography. It also follows the same format as the East, combining original holes built by Donald Ross near the hotel in 1918 with Robert Trent Jones' 1964 upland hole additions. The Broadmoor's best course would likely be a reunification of the Ross holes (nine holes from the East and nine from the West) were if ever played, but as it stands the West Course offers most of what the East Course does, with slightly more scenic views up on the mountain.
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Eisenhower Golf Club: Blue
Private
Eisenhower Golf Club: Blue
USAFA Academy, CO
3.4
37 Panelists
Eisenhower Golf Club: Blue is one of the best public golf courses in Colorado. Check out our experts reviews and how they rate the course
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Garden of the Gods Club: North/South/West
Private
Garden of the Gods Club: North/South/West
Colorado Springs, CO
Set hard against the mountains in Colorado Springs, the Kissing Camels Golf Course is a 27-hole facility open to members and overnight guests of the Garden of the Gods resort. This scenic layout hosted the 1982 U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur.
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Patty Jewett Golf Course: Peak
Public
Patty Jewett Golf Course: Peak
Colorado Springs, CO
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