Lamar, Colorado Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Lamar, Colorado and 1 is a municipal course. The oldest course in the Lamar area is the Spreading Antlers Golf Course which was designed by Labron Harris, Sr. and opened in 1966. The longest course is Spreading Antlers Golf Course, which is 2,963 yards. Spreading Antlers Golf Course is rated the best course near Lamar.

9 holes over 2,963 yards with a par of 35 (Municipal)
28157 US Highway 287
Lamar, CO 81052-9708
(719) 336-5274
4 miles from the center of Lamar. Write a Review Check Tee Times

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Correct Backswing Length Many golfers have long backswings where their arms keep going, keep in mind that your arms should stop swinging when your body stops turning, shortening your backswing will increase the radius of your swing and actually give you more distance
Perfect Backswing Think of your body as door hinges and your arms extended out as the door, when the door opens there is no roll in your arms, the toe of the club starts pointed up and goes back and through the same way, this is how your backswing should function
Hitting Off The Toe or Heel Hitting the sweet spot of the club is critical to distance and trajectory so if you are consistently hitting the heel or toe there are several basic mistakes you can easily change