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7800 Titus Blvd.
Fort Carson, CO  80913
United States
P: (719) 526-4102
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Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,919 yards | 126 slope

71.6 rating

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Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad Golf Course

The 18-hole "Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad" course at the Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club facility in Fort Carson, Colorado features 6,919 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.6 and it has a slope rating of 126. Designed by Richard M. Phelps, ASGCA, the Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad golf course opened in 1971. U.S. Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation manages this facility, with Tyler Lowry as the General Manager.


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Reviewed June 23, 2021

I attended a tournament with a couple friends from work. To say that my experience was horrific is an understatement. We interacted with who i was told was the manager at one point, his name was Frank. This man is a horrible individual. He was working during the tournament and was visibly drunk and disheveled. Apparently it is a thing for the employees at this course to drink on the job a lot. After trying to get some clarification on some of the rules that were confusing he was dismissive and rude and kept trying to ignore us. We got fed up and ended up leaving. As we were walking out with our stuff my friend overheard him mutter," Damn Chinks." That was the last straw for us. I have never been disrespected so much by someone so much. I will never come back or recommend anyone give this racist any business. You would think that a business on a military installation would remove toxic employees like this.

Reviewed August 12, 2013

Very nice course and good value. Greens are superb. There was lots of play but it moved along quickly. A great military course that's open to civilians, too.

Reviewed June 02, 2013

The management should be fired! The course layout is beautiful. It is a crying shame that the greens twice a year are plugged with a fairway plugger and then the greens are filled with sand. (So much sand that it has killed/damaged the greens and putting is like sand greens for weeks). In the last 2 years the fairways have been left to winter kill! Rendering the course as a cow pasture for 1/2 of the summer. If this is the first time you are playing it, ask these questions before getting a tee time. 1. When did you plug the greens? 2 month ago or longer? Pay for the round! Ask some fo the player coming off the course if the fairways are green. For 35 to 60 dollars why play a cow pasture. Peterson and the AFA offers so much more for the price. Until they fire FRANK the course will never measure up!

Reviewed March 05, 2010


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Paul C. 25 49 24 10/27/08
2 Michael S. 27 53 26 05/27/05
3 Geoff W. 20 50 30 05/21/10
4 Alex P. 21 60 39 06/03/10
5 douglas M. N/A 42 42 02/16/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
0 Eric E. 16 91 75 09/04/22
13 Michael B. 4 79 74 09/12/18

Golf Course Information

About Cheyenne Shadows, Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad

Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club

Military facility

Managed by U.S. Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation

30 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Cheyenne Shadows, Fort Carson Cheyenne Shad

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Course Staff

Tyler Lowry, General Manager
Greg Willis, Superintendent