Framed by Rocky Mountain foothills, Deer Creek Golf Club weaves through more than 40 acres of wetlands to form a 7,000-yard layout designed by prolific course architect Scott Miller. Ponds and streams meander through the rolling landscape, presenting water hazards on nine holes, providing a habitat for thousands of native birds, and helping to keep parched golf carts well hydrated. The course showcases numerous shotmaking opportunities, including multiple forced carries and a par-three with a green surrounded by marshland. Before playing their round, golfers can practice their swings at the Club's full-length driving range, warm up their putting stroke at the practice green, or sculpt a sandcastle monument to Chi-Chi Rodriguez in the practice bunker.
It’s possible to tinker with your swing all year long at Driving Force Golf—its 3,500 square foot indoor facility features practice equipment designed to help you hone all facets of your game. Feel free to practice on five hitting bays, an indoor putting green, and a short game practice area. In addition, Driving Force Golf's new golf simulator lets golfers play on 68 world famous courses.
The staff features instructors with PGA- and Titleist Performance Institute certification. Lessons cover a wide-ranging curriculum that includes golf-centric fitness evaluations, swing technique feedback, equipment fitting, course strategy advice, and demonstrations on how to turn a curtain rod into a sandwedge.
Sportz Skillz Golf & Tennis Center encompasses modern golf and tennis training facilities into its 7,500-square-foot, indoor training facility. The center's aboutGolf golf simulator vividly replicates 40 world-famous golf courses, letting golfers play simulated rounds amid the windswept heathers of the Old Course at St. Andrews or alongside the gallery of trash-talking pelicans that surround Pebble Beach Golf Links. Sportz Skillz's PGA-certified instructors conduct lessons on all aspects of the game at the indoor driving range, two-tiered practice green, and simulator practice modules.
Tennis players aged 3–10 can get an early start to their serve-smashing careers with lessons conducted by USPTA-certified instructors. The center's facilities use smaller, kid-friendly rackets, foam balls, and pared-down courts specified by the USTA's QuickStart Tennis Program, which facilitate the development of tennis skills in youngsters more effectively than playing with conventional equipment or having John McEnroe read them bedtime stories.