What's commonly known today as Pike's Peak was originally named "Shining Mountain" by the Ute Indians because of how brightly the sun reflected off of the snow. Minutes from the idyllic town of Woodland Park, Colorado; Shining Mountain is sure to be considered a jewel in the Rocky Mountain state. Woodland Park is nestled amongst the pines of the Pike National Forest and with over 300 days of sunshine, we enjoy comfortable summers and mild winters. Located at nearly 8500 ft above sea level, we're not exactly heaven, but you can see it from here!
The Course is 6,464 yards from the championship tees with a par of 70. The course rating is 71.6 and has a slope rating of 136 on Blue Grass. The seasons here are mild and the views spectacular, which makes this a must play for your golfing pleasure