Silver Spruce Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72, championship course that is known throughout Southern Colorado for its outstanding conditions year round. While many courses claim to require “every club in the bag,” Silver Spruce Golf Course demands imaginative shot-making that will challenge every aspect of the golfer’s game. The natural flow of the land, the width of the fairways and the precise placement of hazards allow for multiple lines of play and ongoing development of strategies and execution.
Silver Spruce also has a gorgeous three-hole, par 3, Family Course, with holes measuring from 40 to 80 yards. This is no simple pitch-and-putt course. Family members will appreciate the it as a perfect late afternoon family getaway, as well as an engaging, fun test.
The Greenside Grill & Smokehouse offers a wide variety of breakfast and lunch menu items. The clubhouse is the perfect hosting environment for working meetings. The staff can accommodate any event you might be planning. The Greenside Grill & Smokehouse features a dramatic overlook of the golf course with Pikes Peak prominently in the backdrop. Seating for 72 in the restaurant’s interior and another 80 on the outdoor patio allow for a variety of parties and banquets.
Silver Spruce maintains a fleet of 75 golf carts and two adaptive golf carts. The course has three retention ponds that gather water from rain and snow run-off from the drainage system throughout base. The Silver Spruce Golf Course comes complete with driving range, practice greens, chipping green and clubhouse, pro shop, locker rooms and a golf club storage area. Golf course advanced green fees are offered to all DoD ID card holders.
For more information about fees or services, call (719) 556-7414 or DSN 834-7414.
We offer black, gold, silver and bronze tees. The men’s rating and slope for these tees are as follows:
The women’s ratings and slope for these tees are as follows:
Our fairways are Kentucky bluegrass and our greens are a Bent/POA grass mix.
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