Heather Ridge Golf Course

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Heather Ridge gives you good bang for your buck. The staff is friendly and accomodating and given it is March I felt the course was in pretty good condition. Ponds and streams had water in them which is rare this time of year and the greens were actually pretty nice. Give them a try!

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Staff was great, course is better shape than you’d expect for December. Greens were good, they are still watering on the warm days so greens are much better than some of the others I’ve played recently. Fun quirky course, pace of play was great.

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Shorter but very fun course. Definitely a shot makers course on some of the par 4 holes. Course was in great condition considering middle of December. Greeens in excellent shape except for people not fixing ball marks. No tee markers for some reason? Really enjoyed it. Staff very nice! Will definitely play itt again!

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This was my 3rd and my wife's 1st time here. One thing to note, the course from the scorecard is 6106y blue, 5727y white, and 5204y red. Red tees play 70.9/127 with a bogey rating of 100.7 (cogolf.org) for a par 70 course for ladies, beware!

A great deal beckoned, and we opted in. Some of the tee boxes may not be flat for the red tees, beware. The front 9 allows for some drivers, unless you're a bomber or hooker/slicer. Experience may help you relax a bit, as the houses are actually far enough away to be generally harder to hit. Wind can bring a lot more water into play, know your distances.

Holes #4, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, and 15 really try to tug your driver out of your hands, unless you're a straight hitter.

As far as course conditions, the staff has really kept it in good shape. Sure, there are some leaves, but it isn't too bad. The greens are playing very well. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The course is fairly flat and quite walkable, which may be preferable as the temperatures dwindle, though they do have some covered carts it appeared. Call ahead if that's desirable for you.

As far as scores go, for guys, this course can be kind to your scorecard if you play it straight or smart. For ladies, the tee boxes may be a bit of a reach if you hit average distance or less, e.g. #2 is a 371y par 4 and #14 is a 153y par 3. Also, #4, 6, and #13 may get the driver out of your hands, too, if you hit 180-220y.

Overall, this is a nice, interesting course nestled in a neighborhood that will give you some different challenges than perhaps your typical Denver or Aurora city course. Enjoy!

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