Welcome to Aurora, Colorado

For storm related tree limb drop off, the Parks, Recreation & Open Space department has opened a drop-off site - daily through May 1 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Lowry Park, 1001 Dayton St. Only storm damage/tree limbs will be accepted (no other debris or trash). For questions regarding tree limb drop off please call Forestry at 303.739.7177.


Springhill Photos Hole #8
Springhill is one of the most challenging, varied, executive courses in the metro area. The course has 10 par-3 holes that offer golfers many opportunities for that elusive hole-in-one. With a rural, spacious setting, highlighted by open space, Springhill can play quickly and is a walker’s delight. Seniors, women and juniors especially enjoy the layout, but there are several ambitious holes that entice even the best scratch golfers. Springhill is scenic, easy to walk, enjoyable and always in super condition.

Springhill Photos Hole #14

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Springhill Golf Course (Executive 18 Hole)
800 N. Telluride St.
Aurora, CO 80011
Pro Shop: 303.739.6854
Snack Shop: 303.739.6856
Springhill Photos Tree

The Head Golf Professional is:
Dick Dierker

The Golf Course Superintendent is:
Barry Dunbar

City of Aurora Colorado -- 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy -- Aurora, CO 80012            Access Aurora: 303-739-7000