Just started in DG, so we've only had the chance to play Widefield, Cottonwood and Pueblo, so far Widefield is our favorite, we consider it our Home Course. Hope to play some of the other courses around the State this year!
B.J. Ondo (Bogeyman)
Pikes Peak Flying Disc Club
Hard to pick one favorite in Colorado as there are so many nice courses. If I have to pick one it would be Sakuna Pines. Some of my other favorites are Pueblo, Sundance, Frisco (when it had more trees), Leadville, and Durango.
Mine would probably be Sundance, however I somehow have yet to play the springs or south of there. :-( Pueblo sounds like my kind of course though. Denver area would be easy to say thats Badlands (including back 9). Frisco was fun (I have only played once and I was rather new) and am afraid its never going back in the ground cause the @8%*n' beetles.
I've recently moved here from Texas so I have not played the mountain courses yet. I'm assuming that I will love playing up there. (The highest peak in the Dallas area is the I635 to I35 freeway over pass) As of right now I like Bird's Nest.
I had a chance to play Cottonwoods in CO Springs. that was a fun course if you're in the North East. If you get down to the South West try the "moon scape" of Lion's Den just across the state line in Farmington, New Mexico. On your way through Durango don't forget to stop at CTA, it's a great course right next to the Animas River. Good throws-Good times
Steve, read my post, that will help you as a fellow flatlander. If we come up again this year I'll let you know in advance.
A good day trip would be to drive out to Glenwood Springs, play a couple rounds, then relax in the hot springs, it's become a staple of our trip. In 2006, Joe Schneider and I had to be pulled from the pool by the rest of the group when they wanted to leave.