Perhaps driving through some of the finest scenery on the Front Range is the perfect prelude to an amazing game of golf. Maybe that’s why our South Denver and North Colorado Springs members find the drive to Perry Park passes so quickly; arriving relaxed and ready to enjoy their game.
Beautiful horse country. Buffalo, elk, deer and coyote sightings. Cattle grazing. The foothills of the Front Range in the background. Before you know it, you’re teeing up.
Here’s what some of our members have to say:
"I live a couple of blocks from Cherry Hills Country Club, which is a great club and a great course. The drive takes me about 40 minutes and when I first joined, I was concerned about the distance. But I have never gotten tired of the drive. The views of Pikes Peak ... and the views of Perry Park make the drive part of the experience." (more...)
David A. - Cherry Hills Village
"I have been a member at Perry Park since 1989 ,... and have lived at Cherry Park (Arapahoe & Holly) the entire time. My 35 minute commute is well worth the time to play the “best kept secret in Colorado – Perry Park.” (more...)
Eric L, - Centennial, CO
"I did not want to just play public courses where you often were stuck with a five hour round and not promised even a decent tee time. Of course, no public course in Denver offered the beauty and challenge that Perry Park offered. Though my commute was around 35 minutes I never regretted my choice to stay a member. Last year I moved into Denver and continued as a member of Perry Park. The math was the same — could not beat the cost plus great golf at any private or public course in Denver." (more...)
Richard and Marti R. - Denver CO
"...30 minutes door to course and we are transported from the north end of Colorado Springs and find ourselves at a fantastic, mountain style golf course. Nestled in the fault line that produced Garden of the Gods, surrounded by 100+ foot pine trees, enjoying herds of deer is just the beginning of your golf experience. " (more...)
Anne and Bill W - Colorado Springs CO
"I choose to play at Perry Park Country Club even though I live on the 15th hole of Lone Tree Golf Course. When I first started playing Perry Park, I made the drive from downtown Denver. It was worth the drive then, and it is even more worthwhile now that I am only 30 minutes from my front door to golf heaven." (more...)
Dan G. - Lone Tree CO
"My drive to the club usually takes 35 to 40 minutes. Once at Perry Park, I feel that the friendliness of the members and the beautiful scenery far outweigh any concerns I may have about the length of my commute. Through the years I have never gotten tired of playing a great golf course in a spectacular setting. So what is the biggest concern about my drive? Trying to keep it in the fairway." (more...)
Fred L. - Centennial CO
I’ve played many of the better mountain courses in Colorado. I’ve had the good fortune to have played 35-40 courses which have hosted PGA events. And I’ve played Perry Park; a mountain golf experience 30 minutes from DTC and and an easy drive from my home. This golf course is nothing short of sensational." (more...)
Bill R., - Castle Pine CO
"...I've been a member at Perry Park for thirty-four years. I’ve never had less than a forty minute “commute.” ...drives have ranged from 32 miles (Heritage Greens: Holly and County Line Road in Centennial) to currently, 28 miles from Parker. Guess what? It’s the smallest imaginable price to pay for the privilege of playing one of the finest golf courses anywhere. I’ve played golf all over the world and constantly tell anyone who’ll listen, “I never get tired of playing Perry Park!” (more...)
Lee and Jan M - Parker CO.
"I live at Holly and Arapahoe in Centennial Colorado and drive 40 minutes one way to the course. It is very much worth the drive to play at this picturesque course... There are other private clubs much closer to me but none can compare to Perry Park. Perry Park continues to be challenging for me and is one of the many reasons I enjoy it so much." (more...)
Dan B, - Centennial, CO