Stratton Golf Club, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Stratton, Colorado.
Stratton golf course opened for play in 1988.
The Stratton Golf Course facility iplays to a 9-hole par-34 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,663 yards. The course rating is 61.5 and the slope rating is 92.
Travelers use Stratton as convenient rest stop during the long, straight stretch of I-70 running from Colorado's eastern border into Denver. Located in the irrigated cornfields of eastern Colorado, Stratton is primarily a farming and ranching community.
Amenities are somewhat limited here, but a few businesses are located in downtown on Colorado Avenue and Main Street. Services include a couple of convenience stores, ice cream store, gift shop, ATMs, and a sit-down family restaurant. As an alterative, City Park is a quiet, shady corner of town that's perfect for a picnic. There is also a motel, an inn, and a campground in case plans call for an overnight in this area.
The nine-hole Stratton Golf Course is another top attraction in this quiet, country community. The public course is open year-round and offers inexpensive greens fees and see-forever views. The fairways are hilly and challenging. Rental carts are not available. The course uses the honor system for green fees.
Member (cart not included), played on Sunday, August 2011 at 2pm
It's a fun course to play. The fairways are buffalo grass and NOT irrigated, but still decent to play out of. The greens and T-Box's are kept in very good shape. For $15, you can play all day.
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