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Plum Creek Golf Club, Castle Rock

(2.7/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • The course is in really good shape considering it had been closed for a while. Not for walkers especially with the 6k elevation. I think this course once hosted the seniors open. Recommend using the f...  more »
  • Plum Creek used to be a great golfing experience. NOT NOW. The maintenance is awful now, and any golfer can see they place is hoarding money on expenses. We will only play again, unless fees are 25 - ...  more »
  • We were a family group of five dining at this golf club. Have to say that the standard of food, wine and service were all exemplary. I particularly like d the filet mignon option and the lamb shank wa...  more »
  • Played here for the first time back to golf in over 15 years. Great setup. My understanding is that it was a TPC course in its day. Great lies everywhere. challenging approaches & great greens. The pro shop was small, but had some quality products. I definitely will be back and I will recommend to friends.
  • Beautiful course..not what it used to be....sure wish the country club would update ..renovate.. and become a fun destination to enjoy
  • Great Pete Dye designed course. It used to be a TPC course. Folks are very pleasant.
  • A challenging Pete Dye design. Course is under new management and is coming back into shape very well. Staff and food are on par with or better than any of the local courses.
  • I absolutely love this course. Great views, beautiful fairways, and just the layout has a lot of character. The actual infrastructure of the course (e.g., cart paths) are not in good shape, but that doesn't matter. It used to host tournaments in the old days. It's a bit of a drive from Denver, but try to play here at least once or twice a summer.