Lakewood Dry Gulch

Denver, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Dan Chando › November 2, 2018
(Updated 11/02/2018). This course is definitely not for beginners. There are 3 pin locations on every hole. If all the pins are in the long locations on all holes, it can be a seriously challenging course. Mostly all long RHBH holes on this course, it would have been nice to see a bit more variety in that sense, but the layout is solid overall. It's quite a long course, with some walking between, although this is better now that all of the baskets are back in. The course has cement tee pads ...
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-  +1 votes  + Stoney J › March 25, 2014
Holy Crap!!! Challenging course. The nearby train tracks and creek add to the overall difficulty of this course. Loved the layout and numerous natural obstacles. Elevation too. Only drawback is the missing pins on the back stretch make navigation difficult, but not impossible. Otherwise it would be an A. Other players and park visitors were polite and helpful...ghetto or not.
-  +1 votes  + pat o › May 24, 2014
I like this course a lot of long drives and a lot of walking but a good course. never had a problem with any of the people in the park.
-  +1 votes  + Steve Roybal › April 6, 2015
Hell I grew up in Denver and never knew the name of this course was "Lakewood dry gulch". We've always referred to it as Paco Sanchez. I like Paco Sanchez better....

Once upon a time I knew this course well, but they closed it down to put in a light rail so since I've been back I dont remember it well.

Eat your wheaties the morning of.

The course layout is fun. If you think this is the "ghetto" then you should stick to disney movies and lollipops.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Schrock › February 1, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Chainz breaker › May 24, 2018
fricking nice course! if you are a beginner this is not the course for you! if you are just a weak little whiner who wants an ace on every hole again not for you! But if you really want a challenge Bring your a game!
-  +0 votes  + Jon G › August 12, 2019
DOWNLOAD the UDISC app. You'll need it. Same course as Paco Sanchez. The first 9 holes are in the Paco Sanchez park and area easy to follow with nice mowed turf grass. The back 12 holes follow the Lakewood Dry Gulch and are much more challenging, hard to follow, and not very well maintained. The creek is in play for most of the holes and the light rail offers some serious OB. My biggest complaint about the course is the pedestrian paths make it hard to play due to so much bicycle and foot traffi ...
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-  -2 votes  + Reis Galvan › August 2, 2017
Fine with the neighborhood, not fine with the trash and rotting strewn about homeless clothing all over. Not fine with no decent course map anywhere, and most of the pin charts torn off and covered in graffiti. Not fine with three foot tall grass and no cut fairways - couldn't see the pin in many cases. Not fine with shooting over a busy bike/pedestrian path. I tried and I'm pretty sure some of the pins was actually missing - kept walking to tee boxes, lining up and not seeing anything to throw at.
-  -3 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › November 18, 2013
This course location is absolutely terrible, im normally not hard on courses but its literally in the middle of the ghetto, no joke! the only reason i didnt give this course a F is because of the simple fact that there was baskets, although quite a few holes didnt have any. it plays through a canyon that is spread out like 1.5 miles with a light rail going right through the middle and it plays on both sides, worst place ive ever seen a course put.