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Antler Creek Golf Course
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9650 Antler Creek Dr Peyton, CO 80831
9650 Antler Creek DriveUSColoradoPeyton80831
Restaurant, Golf Driving RangeToday 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 4:00 – 8:00 pmWednesday 4:00 – 8:00 pmThursday 4:00 – 8:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmSunday 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Best maintained public course in Colorado Springs. Host of the 2012 and 2013 Colorado open qualifier.
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"The clubhouse is very nice and the food is excellent."
"Excellent twilight rates."
"Typical attitude of the guy working the pro shop as you normally get."
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a year ago
As far as the course goes it was ok. They have random strips and circles of grass that they replaced but used different types. Looks bad with most grass being light green and some sections very dark green. Probably one of the most challenging courses in Colorado Springs which is fine (would get 4 stars just from the course) but the employees in the pro shop are stuck up. Of the two times I’ve played their the employees are nothing but rude. Don't ask for help as they just act like you are retarded and think you should know everything about their course. They have no organization because they give you a tee time but several golfers just start anytime disregarding tee times. I have a condition that I talked to them on the phone about and they told me sure its fine we will help you. When I drove 45 minutes to get their they informed me they couldn't live up to what they said. Would have been easier if they told me on the phone as I would have picked a different course (I’ve never had an issue with any other course about this). they let a 6 sum play in front of me which caused carts to get jammed up waiting a long time to tee off. 18 holes and never seeing a Marshall, no reason not to park the carts on the greens... I hope they change their attitudes and learn to treat everyone with respect. One less customer they have now and probably lots more as I have already informed all my golf friends to avoid this course at all costs.
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Lisa Kisling
2 years ago
I love this hometown golf course and restaurant!!! The staff is friendly, the course is a great value, and the food is amazing!!! Will be frequenting here when the weather warms back up!!!
A Google User
3 years ago
Antler Creek is a nice course with extremely reasonable twilight rates, good carts, and friendly staff. Yes, it is true that the course looked pretty bad up until mid-summer. From July on I thought the course looked great and it certainly played well. It hasn't been overly busy every time I've played - I would recommend it!
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James Hunkins
2 years ago
Amended May 1, 2012: The fairways have some issues but as long as you don't have a problem "rollin em" to the green stuff, then it is fine. The greens are excellent for this time of year. Play once from the blues and then from the golds to get a completely different challenge. The clubhouse is very nice and the food is excellent.
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Justin Mullins
2 years ago
Good looking course. Ended up having poor greens the day we played. Excellent twilight rates. Typical attitude of the guy working the pro shop as you normally get.
A Google User
3 years ago
Considering the course has faced two extremely dry winters, fungal problems, and the heat, this course is challenging. With six tee boxes per hole to choose from, this 3rd longest course in the US has options, and each box gives you a different challenge. Definitely worth a try ... you'll come back.


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