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Four Mile Ranch Golf Club

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Four Mile Ranch Golf Club

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3501 Telegraph Trl, Canon City, CO 81212-2772
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John R wrote a review Mar 2019
Castle Rock, Colorado85 contributions9 helpful votes
The Wild West revisited. This place Rocks and is a hoot to play. Jim Eng wanted to make it fun for the workers in the area. Mission accomplished. So many fun holes that you would not see on a traditional tournament course but who cares.... golf is fun again. Better play sober however or you will pay the penalty. Dolly will punish you. Don’t miss this fun place and when the snow is flying in the north try out Four Mile. Friendly place also.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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dianebokel wrote a review Nov 2018
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina5 contributions10 helpful votes
My son lives and works in Canon City so we visit here often from South Carolina. My wife and I first played here 3 years ago and it was love at first sight. The layout and views are spectacular. The back nine is a photographers dream- gorgeous views of the West and Sangre de Christo mountain ranges. Course condition and maintenance would match any we've played- anywhere. This course needs capital injection to construct a formal clubhouse and perhaps develop building lots for sale on the back 9- I'd be a buyer for sure if this would become a reality. Pay no attention to the negative remarks regarding rock outcroppings and blind shots- you're playing a course with NO sand traps so there must be other challenges to compensate. We wish all the best to the great management and crew at this incredible gem of the Rockies.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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OnlyGolf wrote a review Aug 2018
Plano, Texas11 contributions
I golf about twice a week, public & resort courses mostly; handicap of 11. This was an enjoyable, but for me, a one time experience. THE GOOD: Fairways and greens are in very good condition. Challenging course with many good views of valley: fairways are relatively wide, greens medium sized. THE BAD: Miss the green slightly and you may lose your ball or not be able to hit it. Miss the fairways too far right or left; and you may not be able to hit your ball (because of the rock and extreme terrain). Lots of blind shots. THE WORST: Most greens are like putt-putt (no windmills); but extreme ups and downs and slopes, that make a 3 putt typical. I am glad i didn't go too far out of my way to play.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Bill E wrote a review Aug 2018
Denver, Colorado115 contributions28 helpful votes
I have played this course several times a year since it opened some 10+ years ago. It is a quirky golf course that golfers eithe love or hate. With several hidden greens, rolling greens, elevated tee boxes and NO sand traps it’s a fun course. It challenges the best golfers and provides a fun experience to the beginner too. The course requires the golfer to plan their shots. Long fairways on some holes allow big hitters to swing big but long drives or fairway shots could spell trouble too. Moderately priced at about $40 including a cart makes it a great place to play.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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gary c wrote a review May 2018
130 contributions25 helpful votes
May have been one of the few places in Colorado that was not rained upon this weekend. But, we were determined to find a dry course and we found it. This course is off the beaten path, but highly thought of for a day of golf, as one of the better courses one can play. The only negative was that it was cart path only due to the fact that it rained the night before and that was the tough part. For someone a little out of shape, it was quite a trip to go up and down the terrain and there were no knows that was just flat. There are lots of undulations in fairways, greens, etc and will present a challenge to all levels of golfers. A few of the greens had a few elephants to die in them and a couple holes had some blind shots plus had to play peek a boo golf to make sure you position your shot between the rock outcroppings. My goal for the day was to have no 4 putts and I did that, as I was able to be successful in putting the approach shots on the correct level.. also, just to make a par and I did even better by having 2 birdies ( thank you altitude golfing). I certainly recommend this course if in the Royal Gorge area.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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