Tooth of the Dogpound Creek Golf
Tooth of the Dogpound Creek is nestled in the Dogpound Creek valley and is complimented by mature trees and foliage. There are wide fairways with a number of doglegs. Natural hazards include trees, natural foliage, and the Dogpound Creek. Some manmade sand bunkers add another hazard for golfers to avoid.
Our bent grass greens are in excellent condition. Superintendent Brandon Odell has received many compliments for his attention to detail when it comes to turf management.
What is something very unique about Tooth of the Dogpound Creek Golf Course?
Patrons can play 12 holes for the price of 9. This has been very well received. Many golfers have indicated that 9 holes isn’t quite enough golf, however, 18 holes of golf can take too much time. This makes 12 holes of golf very appealing!!
What is special about Tooth of the Dogpound Creek Golf Course?
The natural beauty and countryside views are spectacular.
Our signature hole #8, named “Devil’s Head”, overlooks the surrounding countryside, and on a clear day one can see its namesake. . .”Devils Head Mountain” in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
The fresh country air and sweet melodies from an array of birds is captivating.
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