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Friday, December 6th - 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Come join us for food, drinks, and major discounts!!

Pick an item from our shop, come to the counter, pick a balloon, and pop it to get your discount (or other great prizes!)

We will also have gift wrapping available!

Whether you are coming to buy something for yourself, or a gift for the holidays, this is one event you do NOT want to miss!!!
Balloon Party
Fri, December 6, 2013, 5:00 PM MST
CommonGround Golf Course

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10300 E. Golfers Way Aurora, CO 80010
10300 E. Golfers WayUSColoradoAurora80010
(303) 340-1520commongroundgc.com
Golf CourseToday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmSunday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm

CommonGround is the home of the CGA and the CWGA, and is an affordable public facility built to support the mission of both organizations: “to represent, promote, and serve the best interests of golf in the state of Colorado.”  Click here to view a list of mission related events & activities that are scheduled at CommonGround.


Why "CommonGround?"

The name “CommonGround” was chosen not simply to name a golf course, but to declare a mission:


“To provide everyone in the state with a first-class environment in which to comfortably learn, enjoy and support this amazing game and all that it offers.”


Designed by world renowned golf course architect, Tom Doak, the facility includes a world-class 18-hole championship golf course, a short course devoted to Junior Golf development, a full-service practice facility and a caddie program.


Members of the CGA and the CWGA receive preferred pricing and 7 days advanced tee time reservations and a 20% discount when playing at CommonGround.  For more information on the CGA/CWGA, see below.

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"The practice facility is a tad lacking, but not too bad."
"The course has 4 tee boxes (black, gold, white and red."
"The bar/pro shop is always a good experience as well."
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Zack Berry
3 months ago
Awesome course. The layout is challenging but fair, greens have some tricky undulation but they roll very nicely. Whole course is very well maintained, could easily pass for a high-end private course. I walked with one other guy on a Friday afternoon and we finished 18 in under 4 hours. Very walkable. Best course I've played so far in Denver. If you haven't checked this course out do yourself a favor and get out there.
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Dave Harris
7 months ago
I've been golfing at Wellshire for years and it is my favorite city course. The course itself is challenging enough with trees all over. A beverage/food shack is at the opposite corner of the property from the clubhouse, so you get to fill up 4 times instead of two. Overall 5 out of 5 for everything. See you there.
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Chris Brewer
2 years ago
Loved this course. Used to be an air force base. Abundant wildlife and interesting hole variety makes thus a course I'd love to play frequently.
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Mike Dipaolo
2 years ago
Great track. Played many times always in great condition.
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Sam Sherstad
a year ago
CommonGrounds Golf Course is conveniently located east of downtown Denver. The course is quite flat and easily walkable plus they have a great caddie program. Caddies work on a no charge, tips only basis. I was told the course opened in 2002 and has hosted many tourney events. Last year they suffered a flood that caused closures for some time but it was it super shape when I played it with my nephew late July this year. The course was built on an old Air Force base for the benefit of the Colorado Golf Association (CGA) and the Colorado Women's Golf Association (CWGA). Favorable rates are given for members of the State Golf Associations. Tom Doak used his "width that matters" concept in designing the layout with bunkers, marshland, water, etc. in strategic positions. The fairways are generally wide and the adjacent roughs are soft and thick but the deep roughs are very penal. The course has 4 tee boxes (black, gold, white and red). But it offers two more good options: gold/white and white/red. My nephew and I played the Gold/White at 6,497 69.3/120 and that was perfect for us as we'd been beaten up playing blue tees in the mountain courses for the previous 3 days. We played on a Tues AM after suffering some tough Denver morning rush hour traffic so we had no time to warm up. We started on the 10th hole following a relatively slow ladies league. But when we made the turn to the front side play was nice and fast. The greens were in excellent shape. The fairways were very wet and lush due to heavy recent rains. The course has a nice mix of old cottonwood trees, pines, marshlands and some neat combinations of green-fairway-tee box all neatly closely cropped. On the par 5 3rd hole stay to the right side of the fairway to avoid a mean left center bunker. Then use the backstop behind and left of that green to hold your approach shot. The par 3 14th hole is a tough one. Hit the club that gives you the confidence for a straight shot between the mounds protecting this little rascal. Check out the number of holes that are 400+ yd par 4s before you select your tee boxes for the round. Although we were near downtown Denver the course was very peaceful. We even had 7 deer run past us on the 8th tee box. CommonGrounds obviously does a great job with their teaching programs. I didn't get a chance to try it but I saw their Par 3 course south of their practice field. This course is only $10- for adults and free for juniors. I'll give that a try before my 18 next time I'm in Aurora.
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Jim Strouse
9 months ago
Great course - poor management - poor PR from staff. My experience over 3 years.
Response from the owner - 9 months ago
We are glad you enjoy the course and apologize for any inconveniences you may have experienced while at CommonGround. We hope you'll give our facility another chance soon b
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Paul Jensen
2 years ago
The course is always in great shape. The practice facility is a tad lacking, but not too bad. The bar/pro shop is always a good experience as well.
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Ted Bellairs
2 years ago
Luv this golf course me and my grandpa visit this place a lot see you in the spring