Since 1933, the challenge and beauty of Flatirons Golf Course has been the home to golf in Boulder. Flatirons offers a step back in time to a traditional style of golf where carts are available but walking is very convenient and over 1,600 mature trees frame the fairways instead of houses and buildings.
Owned and operated by the City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department since 1986, playing this former country club produces a sense of immersion in the game interrupted only by the stunning views of the Flatirons and surrounding mountains.
Flatirons Golf Course has a long and illustrious history as Boulder’s premier golf club. Architect William H. Tucker was commissioned by the members of the Boulder Country Club, located at 28th and Iris, to design the course in 1933. Five years later, with the help of President Roosevelt’s WPA (Works Progress Administration) program, the club relocated to the current location at 57th and Arapahoe Streets.
A staff of four PGA and LPGA instructors and a private instruction area.
Instructors provide one on one attention to improve your game very effectively by tailoring a program just for you. Individual lessons are $40 for 30 minutes or $59 for 45 minutes. Take three and get your fourth lesson for 1/2 price! Call 303-442-7851.
If you have a group of friends (2-4) we can offer you flexible times and great value through our Get Golf Ready program, Multi-Person Private lesson program and Play with The Pro lesson program. Call 303-442-7851
Flatirons Golf Course