This was my first round of golf in Denver. I had not shipped my clubs yet, and was a bit apprehensive about renting. Needless to say that was wasted time spent worrying. I played 9 holes with a cart, club rental, and pre-round range bucket for around $36 (I am still convinced they forgot to charge me for one of the above things).
The rental clubs were good, and they even went in the back to find me another iron that I requested be part of my set.
Take some of those extra balls out of your bag, replace them with a few beers in a bag of ice and have a good time.
Excellent course. We played the 9 hole par 3 course and it was very nice. It only cost $33 for the 3 of us and I loved it. Everything was well maintained.
I'm not too familiar with golf pricing because I was forced into golf by the family and bf so I don't have to pay :) But $15 bucks for a large bucket of balls seem just OUTRAGEOUS. Especially how the driving range is set up, there's a giant wind tunnel. Not cool especially for a girl w. crazy allergies. (i apologize to all the golfers who have or will have the mat next to me. My sniffling is out of control but I can't take Claratin or any other allergy medicines.) Also, the course is moderately price more than what I've seen but the bf says it's because they have three large courses to maintain but I'm frugal and no one is going to talk me out of my ways. I really like the putting area. It's super green and luscious.
I played a round of 18 here and it was quite enjoyable. The greens were pretty nice and the fairways and tees were well kept. The grass was nice in all areas (rough, fairway, greens). I will say that it is easy to lose your ball in the grass because they tend to keep the grass longer than I'm used to. It was quite inexpensive compared to other courses so I'm quite happy with the course.
OK so my time away from the game has been a bit longer than Tiger's at the moment and today it showed as I elected to play on the Par 3 course. I figure it to be the first of many practice rounds before tackling a full 18. The Kennedy staff is both friendly and helpful and they carry a nice selection of items inside the pro shop. There is a miniature golf area for those who aren't into playing the game in full swing, no pun intended. The driving range is fair as ranges go, nothing anymore special about this one as compared to most others I've played on. The Par 3 course is just challenging enough for those just learning the game or those like myself who have been away from the game. A few rounds on the par 3 and I'm sure you'd be able to play it with your eyes closed. I give Kennedy 4 stars right now only because I've havent played a full round there.