- Type: Prive
- Address: One Ballyneal Lane
- City: Holyoke
- State: Colorado
- Zip: 80734
- Call to Book Tee Time: (970) 854-5900
Ballyneal Golf Club was established and built in 2002. Located in Holyoke, Colorado, the course has 18 holes and is a Prive type golf course. The course was designed by Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design. Geographically, the course's coordinates are 40.419397 latitude and -102.262787 longitude.
Ballyneal Golf Club Course Review
The Ballyneal Golf Club is a private resort which offers dining and lodging facilities for its members. Sitting in an astounding location (amid the dunes near Holyoke, in eastern Colorado), the Ballyneal Golf Club was built and designed for golfers who respect and love tradition, challenges and friendship, i.e. the whole philosophy the beautiful game of golf stands for. I know that it was Winston Churchill who said about golf that it's the best way to spoil a good walk, but I bet he never played on Ballyneal.
Playing here, you'll be rewarded with a veritable inland golf experience, that will remind you of the awesome link courses in Ireland and Scotland, provided you've played there before. Also, the Ballyneal can be regarded as a destination club, where its members can sit back and relax, enjoy the beautiful view, play a few rounds of golf and escape the chores of everyday life, because that's why I think golf was invented in the first place: as a form of therapy and communion with nature and friends. Also, playing at Ballyneal can be defined as an expression of the land, as this golf course sits on a terrific piece of real estate and it features an equally terrific design. This place is imbibed in an old world ambiance, yet it's lot of fun, it features unique golf holes and it's blessed with an almost magic atmosphere. If you love diversity and you want to try something different and more refreshing than your regular city-park golf courses, the Ballyneal Golf Club is a purist's heaven.
Golf Course Information
- Number of Holes: 18
- Year Course Built: 2002
- Course Designer: Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design
- Latitude: 40.419397
- Longitude: -102.262787