Antler Creek Golf Course
Antler Creek’s six sets of tees will provide challenge and enjoyment for every caliber of golfer. This Rick Phelps designed course that opened in 2004, has wide fairways that artistically wind through Woodmen Hills and Meridian Ranch communities. The player-friendly design is a pleasant mix of Colorado terrain and native grasses that blend nicely to create a “prairie dunes style” course, which is unique to the Pikes Peak region. The course measures over 8,000 yards from the tips making it Colorado’s longest golf course. It features three lakes and 73 bunkers contributing to its selection by Colorado AvidGolfer as the best new course in 2004.
Take I-25 south to Woodmen Road exit. Turn left (east). Travel 15 miles to Meridian Road and turn left (north). Travel 1.5 miles to Stapleton Drive and turn right (east). Turn left on Meridian Ranch Boulevard (the first intersection). Turn right on Antler Creek Drive (the second intersection). Follow Antler Creek Drive to the clubhouse.
Year Built: 2004
Designer: Rick Phelps
Dress Code: Collered shirts, tailored shorts or slacks (denim okay), soft spikes.
PGA Head Professional: Mike Wooldridge
Superintendent: Gregg Gomes