North & South Hyland Hills Par 3 Review near Denver

Short Beginner Golf Course for Kids & Family

Posted by Robert

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North & South Hyland Hills Par 3 ReviewMy buddy Nick and I argue which one of these two par 3 courses is better. He says it's the North Course. I contend it's the South.

One thing you should know before I go any further is that Nick is a chronic practice addict. He'd much rather tinker with his game and hit a hundred practice shots than go out and play a round of golf. The North Course suits him well because it's a bare-bones look and standard tees and greens -- nothing more. To me, it's more like a driving range that you can putt on than an actual golf course. Or rather a putt-putt course that you can chip on. Most holes are around 80 yards. There is only one hole that is longer than a hundred yards. This is a great place to bring young children or beginners. The best part is the course is $5.

On the other hand, the South Course has a lot more character. And by character, I mean trees and water. It has more of the feel of playing a regulation course -- just shorter. You have to play it straight, and you can't jump around to different holes and practice different shots like you can on the North Course. This course costs $9.

For a tough, regulation 18-hole course, check out the Gold Course. And for a fun, regulation 9-hole course, try the Blue Course.

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