Golf Club Homes
Living the good life on of One of Colorado’s Finest Golf Courses!
Castle Pines and Castle Rock are home to several fabulous golf courses and clubs that are centered around the Country Club lifestyle. Homes on these properties tend to be large and modern with incredible views of not only the beautifully manicured landscaping of the courses, but of the Front Range mountains to the west.
The benefits of golf course living are all about exclusivity, recreation, community and a sense of belonging, as the neighborhoods and clubs offer special access and a host of activities available to only homeowners and guests.
Castle Pines Village, located in Castle Rock, is known for being a golf community where each home in the community not only has the benefit of being within a private gated community, but also has it’s own 24 hour security monitoring and security guards patrolling the neighborhood at all times.
Below are all the available property listings for golf course communities in Castle Rock Colorado and Castle Pines.
Following the property listings are introductions to the various golf courses, along with a link to their website so you can research tee times, fees, locations, course information, and more. Jump straight to Golf Courses.
Golf Course Homes in Castle Rock and Castle Pines CO Golf Communities
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Golf Courses In Castle Rock and Castle Pines CO
Arrowhead Golf Club
“Nestled in the foothills of the Rockies, Arrowhead Golf Club is one of the most popular public golf courses in Denver for its scenic terrain and interesting layout. It boasts some of the most dramatic elevation changes of any of the golf courses on the Front Range. Thousands of feet of ancient red sandstone rock formations cover the rolling hills of the course.
There are many points on the golf course that offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the Denver skyline. Golfers may even catch a glimpse of the native wildlife that inhabit the course, including deer, elk, and foxes. Arrowhead Golf Club’s 13th is one of the most scenic holes. It is a par 3 that plays off an elevated between red rock cliffs and over trees to a large green that is also backed by a pond.” Read facebook reviews for the Arrow Head Golf Course. Visit the website
Bear Dance Golf
Step back in time and share in the rich 49-year history of the Colorado PGA and professional golf in Colorado. Gracing the Bear Dance grand entryway, a one-of-a kind collection of memorabilia and photographs occupies over 1,000 square feet, and is a lasting tribute to the achievements of the Colorado PGA and its member golf professionals.
Headquartered at Bear Dance since it’s opening in April of 2002, The Colorado PGA and its rapidly growing membership moved from its former location to our golf course in an attempt to provide the greatest overall benefit to the association and its members.
Today, the 750 members and apprentices of the Colorado PGA are proud to call The Golf Club at Bear Dance their home. We invite you to stop by and take a moment to stroll through Colorado’s most significant golf landmark, created to highlight the Colorado PGA’s rich history and extraordinary presence throughout the years. Learn more
Castle Pines Golf Club
From the Designers:
“The Castle Pines Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature course, was designed with great care to follow the natural contour of the land and complements its densely wooded areas and rolling hills. Rarely will one encounter a golf course as magnificent as the Castles Pines Golf Club. We have taken great pride in developing a very challenging golf course for both professional and amateur golfers alike.”
The INTERNATIONAL, a PGA Tour Event, was played at Castle Pines Golf Club from 1986 to 2006. Read More
The Country Club at Castle Pines
The Country Club at Castle Pines was established in 1986 and features an award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Championship golf course. This course is woven through a ponderosa pine forest and features dramatic elevation changes and rugged mountainous terrain. The 7400-yard course, with breathtaking views of Colorado scenery, is enjoyable for beginners and low handicap players alike.
Jack Nicklaus once said “The Country Club at Castle Pines is an absolutely beautiful course with all its vistas. A person can play The Country Club and feel he’s had a great time no matter what his score, simply because of the views.”
The lodge-style Clubhouse sits atop a ridge almost 7,000 feet above sea level providing beautiful mountain views stretching 150 miles along the Front Range of the Rockies. Incomparable sunsets combined with gourmet dining and fun social events complete the Club’s experience. Visit the website.
Perry Park Country Club
“Picture lush, winding fairways set among spectacular red rock formations. Imagine the pleasure of golf in a serene setting of gambel’s oak and ponderosa pine, framed by the woodlands of Pike National Forest. Envision a golf course that will test every aspect of your game, whatever your handicap.
This is Perry Park Golf and Country Club, a member-owned club set in a historic locale of timeless beauty in Douglas County near Castle Rock and Monument, Colorado. Its strictly limited membership of 300 golf members assures the congeniality of a small private club where members enjoy spirited play on its meticulously maintained, 18 hole, par 72, championship course.
If finding challenging golf, a setting of timeless beauty and a warm, congenial atmosphere are your goals, you owe it to yourself to learn more about Perry Park.”
The 18-hole “Perry Park” course at the Perry Park Country Club facility in Larkspur, Colorado features 6,915 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 134 on Rye grass. Designed by Richard M. Phelps, ASGCA, the Perry Park golf course opened in 1973.
Plum Creek Golf Course
Plum Creek Golf and Country Club is located in beautiful Castle Rock, Colorado. Plum Creek is a former TPC Golf Course and was host to a Champions Tour event for several years. Past champions include Miller Barber, Lee Elder, Bruce Crampton and Gary Player.
This Pete Dye golf course features many of the state’s best holes. The Par 3 12th consists of 10,000 railroad ties surrounding the green. “The Best Finish in Colorado” is highlighted by the par 3 17th all over water.
The stunning clubhouse was originally designed for private club members to enjoy its beautiful views of the mountains and Castle Rock, which make Plum Creek the premier venue for your golf outing, corporate meeting or wedding. The public is now welcome to play at Plum Creek and you can make your tee time on-line or through the pro shop.
Plum Creek also is renowned for its fine dining. The restaurants are open to the public so come by and enjoy a fabulous meal with friends and family while enjoying the best view in Castle Rock! Visit the clubhouse for Sunday brunch or one of the many family oriented events which are always a hit with our members and guests.
Plum Creek also boasts one of the best pools in the Castle Rock area. Pool memberships are now available to non-golf members, so contact them and enjoy the summer months in the sun at their pool which overlooks their beautiful golf course along with great views of the mountains and Castle Rock. Visit the website
Red Hawk Ridge
Red Hawk Ridge features extreme elevation changes, abundant wildlife, rolling terrain and dramatic vistas. The 6,942-yard course, designed by award-winning golf course architect Jim Engh, receives rave reviews from local and visiting golfers alike.
Outstanding playing conditions are enjoyed on bent grass tees, while generous, lush bluegrass fairways lie in contrast with the scrub oak and native grasses. The beautifully manicured bent grass greens challenge golfers with subtle undulation. Five sets of tees welcome golfers of all experience and skill levels to enjoy a course with risk / reward opportunities through extensive mounding, strategically placed bunkers and greenside lakes. Visit the website.
The Sanctuary Golf Course
David Holland, of rockiesgolf.com, says “Sanctuary is a gift to the senses from Jim Engh of Castle Rock. He’s America’s brightest new rising star in golf architecture. Sanctuary is also a gift from its charitable owners, Dave and Gail Liniger, RE/MAX co-founders. The Linigers are the only members. Play is by invitation only.
But don’t despair, the Linigers have made it possible for you to play what Golf Digest called the USA’s best new private golf course in 1997. It’s pricey, you might pay as much as $1,250 ($4,000 per foursome) for 18 holes, but the money goes to charity. One person even paid $10,000 in an charity auction for one foursome.”
The Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel
Originally opened in 1986 as a private club, The Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel was purchased by South Suburban Parks and Recreation in 1991. Since then, this unique, Arnold Palmer designed, golf course has been available to the public.
The par 72 championship course features water on 9 holes, a well-bunkered layout and is known as one of the best maintained courses in Colorado. Five sets of tees are available ranging in length from 7,054 yards to 5,288 yards to challenge players of all abilities.
The layout features challenging, well bunkered greens, with spectacular vistas of the Front Range from high points such as the 15th tee box.
Visit the Lone Tree Golf Club website for more information on this unique golf course.
The Ridge at Castle Pines
Carved from a thick forest of Gambel Oaks and Ponderosa Pines in the foothills of the Front Range, The Ridge also traces open terrain where sight lines stretch south to Pike’s Peak, Devil’s Head and Mt. Evans in the west.”
The Ridge at Castle Pines North, a premier Troon Golf managed facility, is one of Colorado’s most prestigious and upscale public golf courses. Since opening in 1997, The Ridge has received both national and statewide recognition in various publications. The Ridge at Castle Pines North has four sets of tees that measure from 5,000 yards to more than 7,000 yards in length.
Visit The Ridge at Castle Pines website to learn more about this beautiful golf course.