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Dynamic Pricing

Denver Golf green fees are based on a dynamic pricing model which gives our guests more flexibility to choose the course, time, and price that works best for their budget and schedule.  Green fee rates vary based on demand, time, and utilization at each course. This pricing model is similar to how you book your hotel or buy your airline/concert/Avalanche/Rockies/Bronco tickets.

Please select “BOOK NOW” button below to book your next round! If you require any additional assistance in booking your round, please call 720.865.4653.


How can I book? It’s easiest to book online, but you can also call the golf shop (during business hours).  All fees are booked at the dynamic rate for that course, day, and time that is listed online. If a player meets the requirements for a special rate (Juniors, Seniors, etc.) that is adjusted at check-in if that rate is lower than the dynamic rate.

How far in advance can I book? Everyone can book 7-days in advance.  Loyalty members can book 14-days in advance.  For information about the loyalty membership visit the loyalty page.

What is a split tee start? A split tee start means that there are two 18-hole start times, one off of each 9 (EX: a four-some can tee off at 9 AM from #1 & #10).  When searching tee times you will want to make sure you select both courses to see all available times [EX: Overland Golf Course and Overland Golf Course (10th tee)]. Groups that tee off of the 10th tee course will turn to #1 to complete the 18-holes.

What is dynamic pricing? Dynamic pricing is a flexible way of pricing that accounts for the ever-changing variables of our industry such as supply and demand and seasonality. Dynamic pricing allows us to adapt to any changes to the market quickly and competitively, giving our guests a variety of pricing options to fit their needs.

How does dynamic pricing work?  There are a limited number of tee times available to a player each day.  The price of these tee times is based on supply and demand. For example, a Saturday morning may cost more than a Saturday afternoon, because the demand for a weekend morning tee time is greater than an afternoon weekend time.

How is this better for me? This gives guests the opportunity to get the best rate at the right time on the day that works for you.