At this time, the city’s golf courses are open to online reservations only. In collaboration with local and state public health officials, several additional modifications have been made in order to provide a safe and compliant outdoor recreation option for residents during the state’s stay-at-home order. Modifications are listed here:
The City of Colorado Springs owns and operates two beautiful golf courses maintained for players of all abilities. Both courses are open year-round and offer lessons and leagues. Please take a look at some of the features listed below and call or e-mail us with questions or comments.
Patty Jewett Golf Course, the third oldest public course west of the Mississippi, has been city-owned since 1919. The entrance sets the elegant mood, complete with a wonderful wrought-iron gate and a drive down a narrow road lined with a canopy of 100-year-old trees. To complete the experience, stop in The Patty Jewett Grill for a refreshing drink or meal, with a grand view of Pikes Peak. The 18-hole course has a par of 72 and can challenge even the most experienced golfer. A separate 9-hole course is also available. Tee time reservations and payment must be made online, 2 days in advance.
Valley Hi Golf Course offers a wonderful scenic view of Pikes Peak and Cheyenne Mountain. It was constructed in 1956 and purchased by the City in 1975. The 18-hole, par 71 course offers some of the most quality manicured greens in the area. The course appears flat, but features a few well-placed bunkers and lakes to add to the fun. This wonderful facility features an outstanding Learn-to-Golf program for beginners. After a round of golf or a lesson, the restaurant is open for cool drinks or a wonderful snack or mealTee time reservations and payment must be made online, 2 days in advance.