Colorado Springs Country Club

Colorado Springs Country Club: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Colorado Springs Country Club Reviews: 4/5

Colorado Springs Country Club

Colorado Springs Country Club
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Tuesday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
What people are saying
Not the Best Club
Sep 2014
I recently moved to the Springs and have been researching clubs to join. In that context I recently played this course and had dinner at the Club afterward. My review follows: I arrived about an hour before my tee time so I could look around and hit a some balls to get warmed up. After checking in and looking around I went over to the driving range and found it to be quite small (only about ten spots) and hitting off mats. The range balls were very well used Pinnacles. Also, the range is uphill so you can't see your ball land. Overall, not a good practice facility. The first hole is pretty typical of the course: its a par 5 - you hit out of a shoot of trees, but even from the tips you can't hit driver because of the sharp dogleg left. One thing I hate in golf course design is a par 5 in which you can't hit driver. The member I played with explained the best way to play this hole is to hit a long iron off the tee, lay up somewhere inside 150, and wedge on. That's pretty much the entire round: no risk, no reward, just one iron after another to stay out of the trees. Oh, and by the way, you must draw or hook the ball to play this course: every other hole is a sharp dogleg left. If you fade the ball this course would be a nightmare. However, the worst part of the course is certainly the greens. They are hard as concrete, very, very fast, and absolutely unreadable. If you get anywhere above the hole you just have to concede a three putt - or worse. No one in our group made a putt outside 3 feet all day. By the time you get to 18 you really can't wait to get off this course, but your round concludes with one of the weakest finishing holes I've ever seen outside of an executive course: it's about 320 yards long and is a four or five iron off the tee to a flat fairway. You're left with a sand or lob wedge over a small pond. Really just a pitch and putt hole (like so many others on this course)! My dinner was pleasant and the service was very good but the food was nothing great. And about half way through dinner I realized that I was the only person under the age of 60 dinning that evening ... in fact, it occurred to me that I hadn't seen anyone on the course or in the clubhouse any younger. Needless to say, I left CSCC and haven't been back. I have however found some other terrific clubs in the Springs and will be posting my reviews of those establishments in the near future.

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susiebella7
Colorado Springs, CO71 contributions
Wonderful club for families!
Jul 2021 • Family
Lovely pool, tennis and golf course. Friendly people and great dining as well! Love the views of the mountains and golf course.
Written July 12, 2021
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Felix J
Scottsdale, AZ2 contributions
Not the Best Club
Sep 2014 • Solo
I recently moved to the Springs and have been researching clubs to join. In that context I recently played this course and had dinner at the Club afterward. My review follows:

I arrived about an hour before my tee time so I could look around and hit a some balls to get warmed up. After checking in and looking around I went over to the driving range and found it to be quite small (only about ten spots) and hitting off mats. The range balls were very well used Pinnacles. Also, the range is uphill so you can't see your ball land. Overall, not a good practice facility.

The first hole is pretty typical of the course: its a par 5 - you hit out of a shoot of trees, but even from the tips you can't hit driver because of the sharp dogleg left. One thing I hate in golf course design is a par 5 in which you can't hit driver. The member I played with explained the best way to play this hole is to hit a long iron off the tee, lay up somewhere inside 150, and wedge on. That's pretty much the entire round: no risk, no reward, just one iron after another to stay out of the trees. Oh, and by the way, you must draw or hook the ball to play this course: every other hole is a sharp dogleg left. If you fade the ball this course would be a nightmare.

However, the worst part of the course is certainly the greens. They are hard as concrete, very, very fast, and absolutely unreadable. If you get anywhere above the hole you just have to concede a three putt - or worse. No one in our group made a putt outside 3 feet all day.

By the time you get to 18 you really can't wait to get off this course, but your round concludes with one of the weakest finishing holes I've ever seen outside of an executive course: it's about 320 yards long and is a four or five iron off the tee to a flat fairway. You're left with a sand or lob wedge over a small pond. Really just a pitch and putt hole (like so many others on this course)!

My dinner was pleasant and the service was very good but the food was nothing great. And about half way through dinner I realized that I was the only person under the age of 60 dinning that evening ... in fact, it occurred to me that I hadn't seen anyone on the course or in the clubhouse any younger.

Needless to say, I left CSCC and haven't been back. I have however found some other terrific clubs in the Springs and will be posting my reviews of those establishments in the near future.
Written September 30, 2014
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Ferne R
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States2 contributions
Classic Club
Nov 2012
The chef here is creative and the staff is well trained. A pleasant experience for members and guests
Written February 25, 2013
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Claudia B W
Crestone, CO12 contributions
GREAT - even in the winter
Dec 2012
My friend and I just wanted a nice rest, good food and exercise for the new year's weekend - We got ALL that and more - the indoor pool was heated to 85 - perfect for swimming which we did 2 hrs each day and the fitness center was great as well with steam room and jacuzzi - the only drawback is that both closed early over that holiday weekend. Also, it was a big family holiday so it was noisy - so noisy that we had to move from the 2nd floor room to the top floor which was nice and quiet.

the food was excellent as well as was the views.

I would like to return - but NOT on a holiday weekend - and use that outdoor olympic sized pool during the spring or fall.

The only thing I found odd was that this was a country club that still puts bibles in the bedside tables - hardly a politically correct action in the melting pot of religions in the US. Weird - why would they do that? Like someone really goes to a country club resort/spa so they can read the Bible?
Written January 4, 2013
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