3 Colorado venues make the grade in Golf.com’s list of Top 100 Value Courses in the U.S.
By Gary Baines – 8/20/2021
There are a lot of course rankings lists these days. If you can think of a category — public, private, resort, opened a long time ago or recently, casino, military, campus, residential, worldwide, U.S., by state — it’s probably been done. And the list above probably just scratches the surface.
But Golf.com recently added another ranking to the rundown with the debut of the Top 100 Value Courses in the U.S., all which you can play for $150 or less. And, for those who believe that $150 for green fees seems like a pretty hefty chunk of change, the publication adds, “in many cases much less.”
Intrigued, at least enough to click on with an eye toward what Colorado courses were included, we found three from the Centennial State made Golf.com’s grade. In fact, all were in the top 75.
CommonGround Golf Course in Aurora, which is owned and operated by the CGA, checked in at No. 22. To check its rates, CLICK HERE.
Redlands Mesa Golf Course in Grand Junction came in at No. 43. For its prices, CHECK HERE.
And the Dunes Course at Riverdale in Brighton placed No. 74. For its green fees, CLICK HERE.
For Golf.com’s top 10 value courses nationwide, here’s the rundown:
1. Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y.
2. Lawsonia (The Links) in Green Lake, Wis.
3. Sand Hollow (Championship) in Hurricane, Utah
4. Rustic Canyon in Moorpark, Calif.
5. Wild Horse in Gothenburg, Neb.
6. French Lick (Ross) in French Lick, Ind.
7. George Wright in Hyde Park, Mass.
8. Bethpage Red in Farmingdale, N.Y.
9. Giant’s Ridge (Quarry) in Biwabik, Minn.
10. Belvedere in Charlevoix, Mich.
For the complete list of the Top 100 Value Courses in the U.S., CLICK HERE.