May thru October visit Kristin in Northern Colorado. The golf courses in Colorado are well groomed and maintained. There is so much variety - from the Mountain, to the Praire! It's no joke - Colorado offers phenomenal golf opportunities.
Mature, gracious, and secure in its position as the "Grand Dame" of golf in Loveland, The Olde Course at Loveland is a testament to the tradition of golf. Carefully cultivated into a golf course that offers not only aesthetic beauty, quality turf and mature trees, but also a stiff challenge. The Olde Course plays at 6,806 yards from the blue tees, commanding a golfer's attention. Tree-lined fairways lead to small, tight, undulating greens.
To schedule instruction at the Olde Course, click here.
Resting in the shadow of Haystack Mountain in Niwot, the course was designed to fit in with the surrounding landscape to stay in tune with nature. The greens flow naturally in the rolling terrain with minimal contouring. It is a flat course, known as links-style (based on original Scottish courses), and winds around Left Hand Creek through old cottonwood trees, offering unparalleled views of the Flatirons and the Western Slope. To help preserve the spirit of the game, walking is required.
To schedule instruction at Haystack Mountain Golf Course, click here.
Ute Creek Golf Course in Longmont, designed by the world-renowned golf course architects of the Robert Trent Jones II Group, opened in 1997. This 18-hole championship course is a Par 72, ranging in length from 5,509 yards to 7,167 yards. The views are amazing! Truly enjoyable place to play.
To schedule instruction at Ute Creek, please contact Kristin directly by phone or email.