The City Tour will run 1 team-based golf tournaments in Denver for amateur golfers of all skill levels. Sign up your team or register as an individual today.
Prices include cart, range, a sleeve of Srixon Z-Star balls, tee gifts, and awards. City Tour does not charge membership fees.
Common Ground Golf Course
Sunday, Jun 2nd | 12:00 pm
Winning TeamsBest Ball: Birdie Eggs
Scramble: Golf is Life
Winning PairsBest Ball: Anthony De palma & Eric Novak
Scramble: Lucas Pillatzke & Kellen Rhodes
How it works
City Tour offers local and national competition with a low commitment—each city holds one weekend event (Saturday or Sunday) per month during the summer, and the best teams from both formats will qualify to represent their city at the City Tour Championship in the Fall. Our player base is made up of college teammates, co-workers, high school friends, former champions, golfers new to a city, and everything in-between. All swings are welcome.
Still have questions? Click here to view our FAQ, or feel free to contact Mike Devlin at firstname.lastname@example.org / (617) 990-6351
2019 Top Teams
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Chicago City Tour Player
“I recently played a nextgengolf tournament for the Chicago tour. I signed up as a free agent, and my team was very welcoming. This tournament was a great opportunity to play with others who appreciate the game of golf as much as I do. Thank you Brian and Matt for putting on a fun tournament!”
Denver City Ambassador
Nextgengolf City Ambassadors are backbone of the City Tour. These leaders represent Nextgengolf locally in over 20 cities across the country, and work tirelessly to help us bring the best social golf experiences to you.
Greg Mcadam is the City Ambassador for Denver and is excited to be playing golf with City Tour. Greg looks to help Denver City Tour grow and provide competitive golf for people in the Denver area
About the Denver City Tour
Though the Denver golf season is shorter than most, the Mile High city packs a lot into a small timeframe. Home to beautiful Cherry Hills Country Club, host of three US Opens and two PGA Champinships, the city was the stage for Arnold Palmer's remarkable come from behind victory in 1960. The beautiful courses (and even better mountainous views) is perfect for the City Tour and young adult golfers.