The Cherry Hills Country Club Community

With natural amenities like the 71-mile High Line Canal waterway which affords wildlife exploration, Cherry Hills Village is popular among people who love the outdoor lifestyle — especially those who enjoy golf. In fact, Cherry Hills Country Club has been the home of championship golf since 1938. Since then, it has made a mark on the American golf landscape. Its verdant grounds also make tennis a more enjoyable affair. Get away from the busy city and find your new home in the country club community.

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holds a place on the American golf landscape

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Cherry Hills Course Information

CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE | PRIVATE

2.5 MILES WEST OF I-25 | CHERRY CREEK SCHOOLS

Cherry Hills Country Club

4125 S University Blvd, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

18 Holes Regulation, Par 71; 9 Holes Par 3

A treasure of golf pleasure, Cherry Hills is masterfully designed and fitting in a relatively small parcel of land. Sloping and rolling fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards, many stands of trees, and difficult greens challenge the skills of every golfer. The #17 island green is before its time, as compared to many more recent courses around the country.

Cherry Hills has played host to numerous USGA and PGA championships in its renowned history. Hole #1 is where Arnold Palmer mounted his famous charge to capture the 1960 U.S. Open.