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Old 06-21-2012, 12:06 PM
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Default GOOD Courses in Denver CO metro area???????

SO, I am goin to be staying in the Denver metro area for 3 weeks in July but outside of phantom and conifer what should I play I will have limited days I can get out... Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated
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Old 06-21-2012, 04:04 PM
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Old 06-21-2012, 08:42 PM
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Jellystone, south of Denver. Sakuna, down in Colorado Springs. Bailey in Bailey. and Mountain Meadows in Pine. Also Ghost Town is supposed to be excellent. If you want to hit up Jellystone or Sakuna Pines let me know. Chiefstang is also a good guy to know in the Denver area to throw with. When you get into town check out Fly Green Disc Golf shop in south Denver, Mike, Aaron and Bear will help you out as well.
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Old 06-21-2012, 10:36 PM
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If you want to play the best course in the metro Denver area, you should check out Thursday night tags at Colorado Heights University for $5.
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If you want to play the best course in the metro Denver area, you should check out Thursday night tags at Colorado Heights University for $5.
I've heard CHU is good and can't wait to play it. I've also heard that the OB's are as stupid as Bird's nest or maybe even worse. I guess I get a mixed bag from people. I'd like to throw it, but there is no way I'll make a THursdfay night and no way in hell am I buying an annual pass to a course that I might play 3 to 4 times a year. What's the policy in someone playing with someone that has a pass? I have friends that have bought passes.
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Yeah, aside from Colorado Heights University, Denver doesn't have any good metro courses. The best ones are in the mountains to the west. Just focus on those and you are good. Jellystone is worth a trip down I 25 too.
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Old 06-23-2012, 02:31 AM
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Jellystone > CHU. Play it, you won't be disappointed.
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It's a seasonal course, and not on the map, but Bailey DGC is right up the road from Phantom and Beaver Ranch. It is better than beaver Ranch, IMO.
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If you can do Beaver and Bailey in a day, I promise you will sleep like a baby that night.
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If you just want to stay in the city, Steady Ed-designed Johnny Roberts in Arvada is a fun course.I don't mark it as one of my "favorites" as there are issues there with crowding, with dog walkers, bikers, baby strollers,etc. Play it early. Also, there is Exposition Park in Aurora, also not a "favorite" due to many goose s**t-infested water hazards. Maybe also Camenisch Park up in Federal Heights, a fun play but also not without issues. Fun to be had at all these but not stellar courses by any means. Too bad the city doesn't have much more to offer.

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