Antler Creek Golf Course
9650 Antler Creek Dr
Peyton, CO 80831-8494, United States

Located just northeast of Colorado Springs, Antler Creek is a prairie/dunes-style daily-fee course with six sets of tees. Since the course winds through the Woodmen Hills and Meridian Ranch areas, it offers rolling terrain, three lakes, and native grasses that are usually not in other courses around the Pikes Peak region. The 73 bunkers and long length (#15 is 697 yards from the black tees) make it Colorado's longest golf course, but the altitude (roughly 6,800 feet AMSL) helps alleviate that.

Junior, senior, and active-duty military discounts are available.

The course is challenging enough to have hosted these events:
* Colorado Golf Association Stroke Play Championship (2006, 2007)
* Colorado Open Qualifying (2006)
* USGA men's Mid-Amateur Qualifying (2005, 2008)
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$30 - $39
   Weekend:$40 - $49
   9-hole fees on weekdays only.
General Manager:Wayne Reorda (GOM)
Superintendent:Gregg Gomes
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (With Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Reviews

  jonwbaldwin - 5/9/20
Terrible. They need to fire the greens-keeper. 14 of the 18 greens had no grass on them. just dirt and dried mud. The greens that actually had grass hadn't been mowed, much less rolled. The fairways are all bare or if they do have grass, it's full of fungus. Ironically, the one place I found grass growing was in the bunkers. Weeds everywhere, dried, cracked earth.
When I asked about the conditions, they said it was a harsh winter. But 5 miles away, other courses are looking beautiful. It's not the weather. This place reeks of poor management.

Do NOT waste your time or money until they can turn it back into a golf course.
  jvanhorn312 - 9/3/13
Excellent condition. A challenging course. Best price in the Colorado Springs area.
  Buck45 - 6/7/13
Very nice course and value
  Axefretter74 - 5/1/13
Fun/long course. Great staff. Needs a lot of help from Mother Nature right now.
  SMCroom - 6/24/12
Always like to play this course it offers a variety of hole styles and requires accuracy of the tee. It always seems to be good value and the pace of play as comfortable. Not rushing or long waits.
  Jfthee - 5/28/12
This course is a complete disaster. It is awful and the staff that runs it should be ashamed of themselves for taking peoples money.
  sticksboy - 6/14/11
i have never seen a golf course in such bad shape! the course was 85% dead and the guys in the pro shop said it was dormant. I'm a landscaper and i KNOW its not "dormant". its so dead that you cant tell what is sand bunker and whats fairway by the color. absolutely awful golf course. first time played last time played
  jaycuppy - 6/19/13
  hawkthrone - 8/27/12
  firyref - 3/15/12
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