Fitzsimons Golf Course

Originally built with just three sand greens in 1918, this course evolved into a highly used 18-hole military facility. A frequent favorite of former President Eisenhower in the 1950s, Fitzsimons became an Aurora public golf course in 1998. This tree-lined golf gem is now an attractive cornerstone to a bioscience park with some of the state’s leading hospitals. The redesigned holes on the front nine, done by Richard Phelps in 2004, are a great complement to the old-time layout and strong traditions at Fitz.

General Directions:
From I-225 go west on Colfax Avenue to Fitzsimons Parkway and turn right (north). Follow to Victor Street and turn left (west), and then follow the signs to the course.

Year Built: 1938
Designer: Unknown
Classification: Public
Dress Code: Traditional golf attire preferred.
PGA Head Professional: Dan O’Shaughnessy, PGA Head Professional
Superintendent: Edgar Delaney, CGCS