• Yardage
    • Tee







      1   6,893   71.8   136.0
      1/2 Combo   6,648   70.7   134.0
      2   6,379   69.6   133.0
      3   6,003   74.0   137.0
      3/4 Combo   5,858   73.3   137.0
      5   3,700   62.2   110.0

  • Guest Etiquette
      • All guests must be accompanied by a member, a member of the sponsoring member's immediate family with golf privileges, or a member of the DCC Golf Staff.

      • All guests must be registered in the Golf Shop before commencing play. In the case of an emergency, it is important the Golf Staff has an accurate list of all players on the golf course.

      • The Practice Field is limited in length and width. Please keep your practice within the field area and especially within the length posted on the tee each day.

      • All golf carts should be driven on the paths provided at each green. Stay on the path to the next tee complex and entrance to the fairway. Please do not pull the carts off the path to park.

      • AA, A, and B caddies are available for use. Reservations are preferred.

      • The pace of play for our membership is 4 hours for an 18 hole round. The same is expected for groups playing with guests.

      • Cellular telephones are not permitted anywhere on the club grounds. Club land lines are provided along the golf course and within the locker rooms, shops and Clubhouse.

  • Golf Dress Code
    • The Denver Country Club is a private country club and we welcome our Members family and friends. Guests are required to observe good taste and dress appropriately when visiting the Denver Country Club. Proper athletic attire under the following dress code applies to the Golf Course as well as the Practice Facilities:

      Men and Boys:

      Must wear appropriate golf shirts (tucked in).
      Golf trousers or Bermuda length shorts.

      Women and Girls:

      Sleeveless blouses are permitted.
      Bermuda length shorts and skirts, and golf slacks or culottes.

      All Players:

      Must wear spikeless, soft-spike, or rubber-soled shoes.
      Jeans, baggy cargo pants or baggy cargo shorts, running or tennis shorts are NOT PERMITTED.
      Hats must be worn with brim forward at all times.

      Click here for a picture of acceptable and unacceptable attire.

  • Architects
    • The Denver Country Club moved from its original location at Overland Park to its present location astride Cherry Creek in 1905. The Club's Cherry Creek course was designed and modified by a veritable "Who's Who" of golf architects. Originally the Club hired 1896 US Open champion and former Old Tom Morris assistant James Foulis to design the course. While only three holes from the Foulis design remain on the present course the concept of skill over mere strength has been retained by the various golf architects over the years. In 1985 the Club hired famed classical course architect Bill Coore to redo the Club bunkering in the style of William Flynn. Coore also redesigned two of the course's par 3s. In 2011 Gil Hanse was brought in to continue the restoration work on the Club's bunkering scheme with his initial concept and has been retained as the course architect.

Course Information
The Oldest Country Club West of the Mississippi
1700 East First Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80218
Phone (303) 733-8242