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City Park Golf Course

Average Rating 3.5 of 5
# of Reviews 2
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Additional Info:
    Facility Type
    Muncipal Facility
    Latitude
    39.753308
    Longitude
    -104.959758
    Resort
    (303) 295-4091
    Address
    2500 York St
    City/County
    Denver
    State/Territory/Province
    CO
    Zip/Postal Code
    80205-5707
    Phone
    (303) 295-2095
       


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    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

    Review Date
    August 28, 2007

    Overall Rating
     4 of 5

    Value Rating
     4 of 5

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    Reviewed by: mcrjetsfan, Shoots in the 90s

    Summary:
    An interesting little course with plenty of history! A great beginner course as fairways are pretty big and inviting, but lots of trees so slicing/hooking can pose problems and the rough is tall so finding errant balls is somewhat difficult, and difficult to hit out of. Both par 3's are very long 200+, I believe the 4th is a par 3 that is right along the street, as well as the par 4 5th. Unless you hook horribly traffic won't be a problem however not impossible! But don't be suprised to be playing right next to the street/sidewalk just like a park, not much solidarity. The 6th hole has a huge lake, don't slice! Fairway is considerably left of the tee box, dead aim is water. And the 7th is a georgous view of downtown, (aim for the cash register building ;-) and the zoo right to the left, and very interesting array of stuff to look at. Overall a great course to enjoy, but not much to challenge you, but plenty of alterior things to enjoy. Extremely hard greens though, hardest I've ever played! Huge slopes, and the pin locations were monsters! Very fun but hard, my foursome all had huge trouble with them!

    Customer Service:
    Very nice, went in as a single and got me right out!

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    Overland, Willis Case


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    Review Date
    April 27, 2001

    Overall Rating
     3 of 5

    Value Rating
     3 of 5

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    Reviewed by: Chris, Shoot in the 80s, from Wheat Ridge, CO

    Summary:
    One of the oldest courses in Denver (1930's), and one of the simplest. Virtually flat, up-and-back layout with little trouble to be found anywhere. Most holes are wide and straight, and combined with no water and few traps this course is a long hitters paradise. It also bodes well for the beginner as it is practically impossible to lose a ball unless you hit it in the very busy streets that line many of the holes. Its always in the back of your mind not to push or pull the ball on the 'road holes' so you don't end up paying for some pissed-off motorists windshield. I know of some players who don't play the course because of this. Another negative is the lack of marshalls and beer-carts. I rarely see either.

    The course itself plays short and easy with the only real difficulty in three par-3's that play 194, 196, and 218. Par 5's are short, two are less than 450. A few 4's are possible to reach in one as they also play short (300 - 320) and are downhill. There seems to be some redesign of the holes going on now (2001) that may help to make the course a bit more diverse.

    Overall, an average course that is simple to play. Nice place to get in 9 on a weeknight. Just make sure to bring your own beers!

    Similar Courses Played:
    Clubhouse under construction, temp clubhouse is a trailer. Restaurant is a snack bar.


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