Broken Tee Golf Course - Par 3

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First time here was a round in the winter. Snow melts off this course pretty quickly so it’s a good option this time of year. It was crowded, but the pace of play was pretty good, overall. Greens had some unrepaired ball marks and very hard, but understandable this time of year.
Fairways and tee boxes were in really good shape considering the time of year. The layout has some challenging holes and some fairways are tight. It makes you think before you swing, which I enjoy.
Any time you can play golf in Colorado in January, be grateful and this is a very good place for that, can’t wait to play it again I when it’s in prime shape.

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The course is a pretty good choice for winter golf in Colorado. The overall lay-out is pretty tight, especially on the first 6 holes. Greens and even fairways are hard due to freezing temperatures, but that's to be expected this time of year. You have to plan to hit a little short and let the ball run up onto the green. Part of the game for those who want to golf in January in Colorado.

The greens are bumpy, traps are hardened and there is an abundance of dried goose feces, but not too uncommon this time of year as the maintenance staff is minimal.
Would I play here again? Absolutely.

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This was my second time to play this course. The first time was about a year+ ago. The course is a fairly open design with strategically placed hazards and quick, well maintained greens. The course has many risk/reward holes and this time of year, the fairways let your ball run out pretty well. The only drawback we had was 8 minutes between tee times, which pushed us for the first 3 holes until we could distance ourselves from the group behind us. All of our group are decent golfers and we kept a pretty good pace to play a 4 hour 5 minute round, which can be rare in Denver sometimes. One quick note, the practice green is a very good indication of what you will see on the course. The pin placements are somewhat challenging on many holes. One of the rare courses in Denver you can actually play the greens fairly true to the read. Being a Monday the course was busy but not stacked. Looking forward to playing this course again, the practice facilities and course are in great shape.

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Took a solid five hours for ya to get through. Course was in brutal shape and honestly just an over all bad layout. Friendly staff though.. only good thing. Never going back.

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Compared to other public golf courses in Denver, this one is not in good condition. Lots of brown spots and standing water after heavy rain last night. Some Green's had bare spots. Fairways on the back nine are so close together that balls from one fairway are ending up in your Fairway. Seems like the city of Englewood has not put any money into the course for some time.

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