Cow Chip Country Club - Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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Weather|Webcam| Winter Golf|Home| Play Pasture Golf at Cow Chip Country Club, a par-3 mountain course overlooking beautiful Steamboat Lake, Colorado where the motto is: “The udder golf course where every hole is just a chip away.” We welcome submissions of pasture golf courses to this pasture golfers' directory.

Eagles view of Cow Chip C.C., with Steamboat Lake and historic
Hahn's Peak in background. (Photos Courtesy of Bill Hill)

Cow Chip Country Club, Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Name of Course: Cow Chip Country Club
Address: P.O. Box 770717, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Location: 25 mi. No. of Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Course Phone: (970) 879-7210 Winter: (970) 255-9900
Course Contact: Bill Hill & Bob Kois
Fees: Free
Number of Holes: 9


Par:   27
Season: July - October
Course Type: Scottish Style / Cow Pasture
Designed By: Bill Hill, Bob Kois and Robert Trent Swartz
Year Built: 1991
Events: Cow Chip Open (July 4th), Fall Classic (Sept)
Comments: A par-3 mountain course overlooking beautiful Steamboat Lake, 25 mi. No. of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Known as "The udder golf course where every hole is just a chip away." The course was hacked out of sagebrush and open cattle range. Frequent visitors include deer, antelope, cows and "good 'ol boys & girls." Free beer & peanuts.
Reason for Submitting Course: Most fun course in Colorado

Cow Chip Country Club Rules of Play
1. You must have a good sense of humor.
2. Winter-Plus Rules. You may improve fairway lies (by hand) one club length.
3. No penalty for lost ball in fairway. Drop ball in proximity to lost ball.
4. No penalty for unplayable lie in rough. Drop ball within 2 club lengths. One stroke penalty for lost ball in rough.
5. No putting. Pitch ball inside wire surrounding flag. Must be inside.
6. Don't replace divots (That's how we level the course)
7. Three minute time limit for lost balls.
8. Three club limit. Any three.
9. If you get upset or disagree with any of the above, refer to #1.

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Kids love it. Henry "Slugger" Hill teeing off on number 1.

Good o' Boys playing (205 yd.) number 9. Sand Mountain in background.

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This Page Updated: June 27, 2005

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