CommonGround Learning Center

2018 GRAA Top 50 Golf Range / Public Facilities

CommonGround Learning Center

10300 East Golfers Way

Aurora, Colorado 80010

(303) 340-1520

Facility Amenities:

  • Grass Tees (30-40 Adult Stalls, 10 Youth/CGA Stalls)
  • Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets
  • Short Game Practice Area
  • Grass Putting Green

Additional Amenities:

  • Golf Shop (1,200 Sq. Ft.)
  • Food & Beverage
  • Caddie Program
  • P3 9-Hole Chipping and Putting Area
  • Outdoor Banquet Hall

Type of Range Targets:

  • Fairway Cuts
  • Double-Sided 300-Yard Range with 9 PVC Yardage Markers
  • Five Short Game Poles on Fairway Cut
  • Four Deep Markers for Woods/Drivers
  • Two Large Putting Greens
  • One Standard Green
  • One Chipping Area with Deep Bunkers

Instruction provided.

Number of PGA Professional Instructors: 3

Number of LPGA Professional Instructors: 3

Total number of visits to range per year: 30,000+

Number of range balls dispensed on range per year: 400,000+

Number of range balls in inventory: 20,000+

New balls are acquired: Annually (in March)

Best range promotion: Current CGA/CWGA members have the option of purchasing an annual membership for $2,500, which includes unlimited rounds at a Tom Doak designed Championship course, all you can play access to the Par 3 nine hole and unlimited practice range balls/practice facility use.

Special programs: 

Solich Caddie & Leadership Academy – Program Overview

Founded in 2012 at CommonGround Golf Course, the Academy creates opportunities for young people to develop leadership skills and enhance character through a foundation built around caddying.

Through this two-year caddie-training program, young men and women ha ve the unique opportunity to learn and benefit from the game of golf, not from a book or a junior golf program, but rather through caddying. The program is funded through donations that provide grants to under privileged children in order to provide them with a chance to learn skills that they will use both on and off the golf course.

Caddies start in the academy upon completion of their 8th grade year. Following a completion of this two-year program they are placed into one of the established caddie programs at private clubs in the Denver Metro Area.

While caddying is the focus, student caddies are required to complete a rigorous leadership training program and fulfill a community service requirement by working closely with one of the community partners who host golf programs at CommonGround Golf Course.

When playing CommonGround, take a caddie for free this summer and enjoy one of the game’s greatest traditions while having a positive impact on a young person’s future.

CommonGround Golf Course is home to the Colorado Golf Association. Our mission is to grow the game of golf, and keep the game you love, the game that you love. We strive to preserve, share, and grow the game of golf. Every day we aim to expand our knowledge of the game, both to those who already share our passion, and to those who wish to learn what the game is all about.

We offer a variety of instructional clinics that aim to meet the needs of new golfers who have a passion to learn.

We offer private, semi-private, and group instruction programs to golfers of all ages and abilities. In addition we are actively involved with many community organizations such as Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, and the PGA in school initiative to teach young children the game of golf.