Located in Arvada, Colorado, West Woods Golf Club features three unique golf courses-- The Sleeping Indian, The Cottonwood, and The Silo. Each course provides brilliant natural scenery along with challenges for golfers of all skill levels.
The Sleeping Indian nine does not have as many trees along its fairways as the Cottonwood nine does, but Ralston Creek is in play throughout the Sleeping Indian nine and there are plenty of elevation changes. The Sleeping Indian name comes from a legendary Ralston Valley rock formation seen on the course.
True to its name, the Cottonwood has the most trees along its fairways as well as lots of creeks and ponds, the result of water trickling down from the foothills. Its lush scenic layout lies very close to a nature trail
The Silo has plenty of water to cross as well as special obstacles to conquer, like the landmark silo on the fifth hole that gives the nine its name. You'll go up and down on this nine and find yourself with some of the most breathtaking views at West Woods.