Family and Beginner-Friendly
Aspen Glen's Carbondale, CO, golf course has a wonderful practice facility allowing for summer junior lessons, clinics, and kids’ camps. Aspen Glen also features the “Bald Eagle Course”. This short course, which has its own scorecard complete with USGA Slope/Rating, is designed for family friendly players, seniors, beginners, and all other levels of play.
The Aspen Glen LGA is very active and consistently growing each year! The ladies play as an organized group, every Wednesday morning with weekly games that are engaging and fun for both the social golfer and the more competitive golfer. They also host many tournaments throughout the year including the Ladies Club Championship (gross and net), the Ladies Member/Member Championship, and the Ladies Member Guest Championship.
The MGA has become a very popular group at Aspen Glen. The men play on Thursdays, making tee times throughout the day allowing them to participate at their leisure despite busy schedules. There is also a White Tee Group and Blue Tee Group that are organized by our Members and these groups participate in additional play days throughout the week. No matter your level or experience, you are guaranteed to have fun and find a group of men you enjoy joining on the links! The Men also have their own Club Championship (gross, net, and senior divisions), Member/Member Championship, and Member/Guest Championship each year, in addition to their weekly MGA points competition.
Special Golf Events
One of Aspen Glen’s favorite social golf events is Friday Night 9 & Dine. This event takes place at various times throughout the season and features a couples group golf outing, on-course cordials, dinner and prizes with all the participants following play. This is a great way for new and current Members to get acquainted with other Members and enjoy golfing in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
The Open Championship is fast becoming one of our competitive golfer’s favorite events! It is open to Men and Women of single-digit handicaps who all play from the same tee in a gross event. It is a great competition of camaraderie and skill for all levels, male and female.