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Antler Creek Golf Course, Peyton

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Antler Creek Golf Course, El Paso County's finest daily fee golf course, provides an outstanding golf experience at affordable rates. Antler Creek's six sets of tees will provide challenge and enjoyment for every caliber of golfer. This Rick Phelps designed course that opened in 2004, has wide fairways that artistically wind through Woodmen Hills and Meridian Ranch communities. The player-friendly design is a pleasant mix of Colorado terrain and native grasses that blend nicely to create a "prairie dunes style" course, which is unique to the Pikes Peak region. The course measures over 8,000 yards from the tips making it Colorado's longest golf course.
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  • The course is not as well maintained as the other courses in the area, in fact, of the 5 courses I played in the CS area this was the poorest maintenance. The price is high for the level of play... 
    The course is not as well maintained as the other courses in the area, in fact, of the 5 courses I played in the CS area this was the poorest maintenance. The price is high for the level of play...  more »
  • Paid $55 to play this cow pasture. The fairways are in decent shape but the greens are exceptionally poor across the board. Large scale and plentiful bare spots make every single green an "auto two....  more
    Paid $55 to play this cow pasture. The fairways are in decent shape but the greens are exceptionally poor across the board. Large scale and plentiful bare spots make every single green an "auto two....  more »
  • Rick was amazing from the time he was checking us in to assisting us with loaner clubs(visiting from CA). Very professional and kind.The 2 ladies (bartender & the one incharge of the carts) were also....  more
    Rick was amazing from the time he was checking us in to assisting us with loaner clubs(visiting from CA). Very professional and kind.The 2 ladies (bartender & the one incharge of the carts) were also....  more »
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  • Greens were in great shape and extremely receptive. Pace of play was miserable at times but it is nice to see a lot of new players getting into the game. Love this course due to its difficulty when the wind is blowing! It’s definitely a tract that once you play it, you know how you would replay some holes due to distance and placement of the tees. Great design and challenging yet not impossible.
  • Definitely a fun challenging layout. Course was overall in OK shape. Greens were a little bumpy but not the worst. As other people have said, fairways did have some sandy/dead patches. Pace of play was great, we didn’t have to wait on anyone and even let a single that was behind us join in. At the end of the day we still had a fun time.
  • Short answer: Don't go! Long answer: Easily the worst maintained course I've played in the last year. Many, many bare areas in the fairways. Greens had bare spots and bumpy. The bunkers were more gravel than sand and hadnt seen a rake in weeks. No range balls at 9:30 in the morning. Overall very disappointing
  • I'm not sure where some of these recent reviewers golf but I played there on 7/25 and the course is in very good shape. So for anyone nitpicking the current quality, their standards must be through the roof. It was my first time playing and I will definitely be back. The only thing they need is a beer cart. That was the only thing lacking in my mind.
  • Course is in mediocre shape, at best, for the price they charge. The pro shop told me that the range balls were out and that it would “be awhile” until they could sell tokens…on a Saturday…in summer. Not sure if it’s understaffed or mismanaged, but either way my experiences have been far short of my expectations of a public course.

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