1700 E 1st Ave,
Denver, Colorado 80218-4039
The Denver Country Club has been a leading golf venue since its first course was built at its original Overland Park location in 1893/1894.
It was the first club west of the Mississippi to be admitted to the United States Golf Association (1896) and was one of the founding members of the Trans-Mississippi Golf Association in 1901.
In 1985 the Club hired famed classical course architect Bill Coore to redo the Club bunkering in the style of William Flynn. Coore also redesigned two of the course's par 3s. In 2011 Gil Hanse was brought in to continue the restoration work on the Club's bunkering scheme with his initial concept. The bunker project was completed in the spring of 2012.