Yes, you can get your golf on in Boulder! While we're perhaps better known for our hiking and biking trails, rock climbing areas, kayaking runs and other mountain-y sports, Boulder has a beautiful golf course you can spend some time on during your vacation.
In addition, Boulder has a passionate and world-renowned disc golf community, making it a fun and scenic place to try this highly addictive sport. We've included information about where to play below. And if you're just looking for a fun, low-key game of putt-putt, we've got you covered for that, too.
This well-kept, 18-hole municipal golf course is a low-pressure place to spend an afternoon outside, soaking up gorgeous mountain views. It's been around since 1938, serving Boulder's golfers with its mostly gentle terrain, though a few doglegs and longer holes keep even advanced players interested. A number of lakes, streams and towering trees create a pretty spot to take a few swings — and to challenge yourself along the way.
- 9-hole or 18-hole pricing
- Electric carts, hand carts and rental clubs on site
- On-site dining and beverage cart service
- Practice driving range, chipping areas and putting greens
The Flatirons Golf Course offers private 30- and 60-minute lessons for adults and junior players. Learn more here.
Dining On Site
The Sand Wedge Grill is the perfect place to recount your birdies or bogeys while enjoying the mountain views. There's a great patio, full-service bar, soda fountain and simple snacks and meals. On-course beverage cart service is available.
Disc Golf Courses
If you love to golf on vacation, you might also love disc golf. Boulder is known for its excellent disc golf courses and thriving community.
Where to Play
Mini Golf in Boulder
Gateway Park Fun Center is good old-fashioned putt-putt course and arcade with opportunities for golfers with their mini-golf course and driving range. The kids can ride go-karts and play pinball while the grownups hit the driving range!