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Haystack is known for beginning golfers. I normally shoot low 80s at a regular course and will come over to Haystack when it is less crowded. Weekdays after 10 am and before 4pm. The course is in ok shape, the greens are small, but they...More
Yes, this little 9 hole golf course cost too much and can take 3 1/2 hours to play because this is where people learn, from little kids to the new girl friend. It has a stream that runs through it and lots of trees. It...More
My autistic teenage son and my mother had great fun here for a relaxed game of golf. Very friendly, helpful staff and even the other patrons. You can hire everything you need onsite. Recommend it to anyone
Love it love it!!! Best in the area. Best scenery by far. Just short enough for the non PGA crowd so it's not boring like 18 holes are. Intersting natural challenges...Friendly staff and down home feel to it. NOT intimidating course so don't feel pressure...More
This course is very affordable and a good place for new golfers. It is short and has
to be walked (pull carts available). Not too much in the way of hazards, except for sand.
Course is old & rather worn, but it is a good...More
Haystack,I have played since 1973.The clubhouse has good food and drinks.Although the course is not long,it is tricky.The course is good for beginners or semi-pro.The cost is very reasonable.I think this course could be for anyone.
After the flooding last month in Boulder, many activities have diminished. This course is coming back. And to attract golfer back, it is offering 9 holes for $11. The 5th and 7th holes now feature very large sand traps. I played there yesterday and found...More