Green Gables Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Denver, Colorado.
The course first opened for play in 1930. It was designed by William H. Tucker. The course design was totally renovated in 2004 by Arthur Hills.
In 2005, the club celebrated its 75th anniversary by opening its new golf course designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest & Associates of Toledo, Ohio.
The original nine holes opened in 1930, and another nine were added in 1948. They were replaced by the new course in 2005; members went without a course for 18 months.
Par for Green Gables Country Club is 71. The course plays to 7,100 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 73.9 and theslope rating is 138.
Framed by the Rockies and bordered by Ward Lake, the Arthur Hills design at Green Gables promises exciting every round. The signature wide fairways encourages players to let 'em loose from the tees. The risk-and-reward style of the course offers versatility. There are dozens of ways to play Green Gables.
The property was sold to developers, and closed at the end of the 2011 season.
$76 (cart not included), played on Friday, August 2010 at noon
Green Gables is a hidden gem in Denver. It is an Arthur Hills design that is remarkably pure. The combination of Arthur Hills design with the 1930's clubhouse and environment make this a truly unique experience. The golf is very challenging and has no homes bordering the course. Once you are off the first tee, it is golf. Challenging, but fair, is one of the top courses in Denver!
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