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Indian Peaks spectacular layout was designed by Hall of Fame player Hale Irwin. His record includes victories in three U.S. Opens, two U.S. Senior Opens, and a total of 83 professional wins. Most will remember him forever for his spontaneous jaunt around the 72nd green at Medinah en route to his third U.S. Open championship.
Indian Peaks gets its name from the jagged peaks of the Indian Peaks Wilderness, clearly visible along the Continental Divide to the west, with eight well-known peaks named after some of the Native American tribes that used to live there.
Indian Peaks opened in 1993 and is a favorite among locals and travelers from afar. Indian Peaks features 18-holes of Championship golf featuring six sets of tees. The course plays at 4,916 yards from the forward tees all the way up to 7,088 yards from the back tees. Choose the tee that best suits your game for a fun and challenging test of golf! The course provides great views of the Flatirons near Boulder and the Rocky Mountains off in the distance. The view from the 18th tee is nothing short of spectacular. Having a cold one on our patio at sunset with the view of the mountains off to the west is a must!
|Men's Ratings||Women's Ratings|
While we all face the demands of less time for leisure activities in our life, there is a growing wave of support in the game of golf that pace is a priority and that golfers need to be more aware of the importance of pace of play.
Indian Peaks has collected data from many thousands of rounds of golf, and along with research and evaluation from the Colorado Golf Association, we have determined how long it actually takes guests to play each hole, and have set our pace of play accordingly. This data shows the average duration by hole on our property and have allowed us to set our goal of 4 hours and 28 minutes per round of golf. Pace for the front nine is set at 2 hours,12 minutes. Pace for the back nine is set at 2 hours, 16 minutes inclusive of 9 minutes allowed when making the turn.
For those who feel the need to fly around our course in a few hours, it is rarely achievable with the popularity of our course and the amount of play it receives. For those guests who feel a round of golf is a leisurely stroll for 5+ hours, this is something that is not fair to your fellow golfers playing behind you. They paid their green fees as well to enjoy a great day of golf. We wouldn't want one slow group to ruin the experience for everyone else.
Pace of Play is crucial to the enjoyment levels for everyone playing today and it is imperative that you Maintain Your Position with the group playing directly in front of you at all times. Don’t worry about the group behind you; that is our job. Groups can only play as quick as the group ahead. It is a one lane highway and you must maintain your position or eventually all groups playing behind you get backed up. If your group happens to lose contact with the group playing directly ahead of you, your group needs to pick up the pace and close the gap. A Player’s Assistant will be by shortly to help improve your position.
|1st Conversation||Is a polite reminder about your time and position in relation to the group ahead,and allowing you to improve your time and move back into position.|
|2nd Conversation||After a reasonable amount of time to improve your position, it is reinforced as to the need to close the gap or it may be necessary to re-position your group back behind the group in front by skipping a hole.|
|3rd Conversation||Is to provide you with the option to skip any open holes and reposition your group back in place, or provide you with a rain check for un-played holes and discontinue play.|
If you do not see a Player’s Assistant on the course, do not despair, that means they are working with the groups ahead of you that may be causing some delays.
The last thing our staff wants to do on a daily basis is to inform you of slow play. We do not enjoy disrupting your round and would rather you have an amazing time enjoying Indian Peaks for its challenges and beauty. But we must ensure that one group does not ruin the day for everyone.
“The group behind us is not pushing us.” Playing golf, especially on a busy course is a one lane road. You can only travel as fast as the person or car ahead of you.
“I’m not a very good player/high handicapper.” Score or handicap has less to do with pace of play than most think. Players and groups who are aware of pace of play and the techniques used to allow them to maintain pace with the group in front of them, often have a great pace, regardless of score.
“We’re only a few minutes behind.” Groups that are behind are behind “maximum allowable pace.” It is important to understand the ladder concept – if the group in front of you is slightly behind pace, each and every group behind them is now slower and expected and pace of play nears 5 hours quicker than you think. Each group is responsible and in control of their pace, and groups that fall behind will get some assistance from our courteous Player Assistant..
“We’ve paid our money and will play however we want.” Yes, we do receive this statement from guests. ALL of our guests have paid for a memorable golf experience and deserve the opportunity to play in a reasonable amount of time.
We promote a quality golf experience for everyone and kindly ask golfers to wear proper golf attire when utilizing the golf course, practice facilities, or clubhouse. Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times. Men are requested to wear a collared golf polo shirt, but a nice collarless shirt is also acceptable. Men should wear slacks or bermuda-length shorts. Sleeveless shirts or cut-offs are not appropriate.Women are requested to wear a sport polo shirt or collarless golf shirt, and golf slacks, appropriate length shorts or skort. Sleeveless tops are acceptable for women. Tank tops or halter tops are not appropriate.
The use of metal golf spikes or any shoes with large cleats are prohibited. It is suggested to use golf shoes with soft-spikes or spikeless golf shoes.
We reserve the right to deny access to the golfing facility to anyone dressed inappropriately.
Indian Peaks Golf Course is a Hale Irwin Signature Design, and the premier tournament destination in Colorado. Indian Peaks opened in 1993 and is known for its pristine condition and fun yet challenging test for golfers of all abilities. Great views of the Flatirons and Rocky Mountains beyond is just one of our trademarks that players enjoy when golfing Indian Peaks. Our PGA professional staff will assist you along the way in organizing your event to make it the best it can be and create a lasting impression with all participants. From initial planning of the event all the way to tournament day we will be there to guide you, answer any questions, and make your job as easy as possible in putting on a memorable tournament.
Tournaments are available for small or large groups, 32-144 players. For even larger groups we can offer a double-shotgun event to accommodate everyone!
We host both tee-time and shotgun start events, 7 days a week!
|Monday thru Thursday||Anytime|
|Friday thru Sunday, holidays||After 11:00am|
|Morning only, 7:30am or 2 hours after sunrise|
|Monday thru Friday||60 player minimum|
|Saturday, Sunday, holidays||100 player minimum|
Groups of 32 or more players are subject to the following Tournament Rates. The Tournament Rate is inclusive of everything needed to make your event a success and make it memorable for all participants
|Monday thru Thursday||$79.00 per player|
|Friday thru Sunday, holidays||$88.00 per player|
For larger groups playing Monday thru Thursday (except holidays) we are able to offer a Quantity Player Discount.
|48+ players||$3 discount per player|
|96+ players||$6 discount per player|
Tournament Rates include:
Tournament Services include:
Tournament dates are booked by executing a signed Event Agreement
Player Count and Full Payment of fees is due 7 days prior to event date
All Food & Beverage (including alcohol) must be purchased through Indian Peaks Golf Course
Catered F&B options and Drink Tickets are available for purchase through our F&B Manager. Contact Tess Murdock or Phil Pautz for information.
Indian Peaks Golf Course requires all golfers to complete 18-holes in 4 hours, 28 minutes. A Player Assistant will work with groups to maintain their pace of play. Groups that have fallen behind will be asked to speed up and get back into position, or to skip a hole(s) to get back into position.