Whether enjoying a day on the grass with friends, or wooing a potential client, it’s hard to beat golf courses in the Denver South region. With overall mild weather, mountain views, affordable prices and some of the most-respected designs in the country, what are you waiting for?
Maybe you’re just not sure where to start. If you’ve got a business conversation that could use some smoothing over, or just feel the need to get outside and see how far you can hit something, Denver South has you covered. Here are five of our picks for teeing off in the region, among many excellent choices:
University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch
A semi-private course, the Golf Club at Highlands Ranch offers serene mountain views with a highly-regarded design from three-time U.S. Open Champion, Hale Irwin.
The Golf Club at Highlands Ranch offers tee times to the public, but members get the opportunity to book tee times up to 14 days in advance and receive a plethora of discounts for things like guests and golf carts.
And once you’re done with the 72-par course (finishing even, of course), hit up the onsite grill and restaurant for a post-round drink or snack. The views are some of the best across the Front Range.
South Suburban Golf Course 
Golf doesn’t have to be stuffy to stay traditional
A classic course perfect for the whole family, South Suburban Golf Course is a public course is conveniently located in Centennial.
All the fresh air making you hungry? Enjoy one of the Burger of the Month specials in the newly renovated clubhouse, complete with picturesque views.
Whether you’re clearing the afternoon for a leisurely 18-hole regulation course, or get in a quick round on your lunch hour on the 9-hole par 3, South Suburban is a great public option.
Family Sports Golf Course
Sure we get a lot of sun in Colorado, but that doesn’t mean we ever really know what to expect weather-wise.
Perfect for Colorado’s unpredictable weather, Family Sports Golf Course boasts a year-round, two-tiered heated and lighted driving range, perfect for those days when trudging through the greens isn’t an option.
Situated near the Centennial Airport, you can watch the planes take off and land as you’re swinging away on the 9-hole executive course, or sipping away on the patio of the Avalanche Grill between rounds.
Topgolf
Walking is overrated. So is having to pick up your own ball.
Hit up Topgolf in Centennial if you want a more casual way to tee off in Denver South. You can reserve your own bay, where you can play a plethora of fun games while having drinks and food served directly to you. Think of it like a bowling alley for golfing.
Topgolf is also great for players of all skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned vet or are just getting into the swing of things, no one will feel pressured or out of place, making it perfect for families or low-key business meetings.
Now you have no excuse: get out there and hit some stuff.
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