THE OLDE COURSE at Loveland GOLF and LAKE COMMUNITY
2010 marked the 50th anniversary of The Olde Course at Loveland, originally known as Loveland Municipal Golf Course. Henry Hughes of Denver was selected as the golf course architect to develop an 18-hole layout and, in 1960, the first nine holes opened for play.
Mature, gracious, and secure in its position as the "Grand Dame" of golf in Loveland, The Olde Course is a testament to the tradition of golf. This carefully cultivated golf course offers not only aesthetic beauty, quality turf and mature trees, but also a stiff challenge. The Olde Course plays at 6,806 yards from the blue tees, commanding a golfer's attention.
To this day, The Olde Course continues to far out-distance any other northern Colorado golf course in number of rounds played each year. It continues to bring enjoyment to each person who steps onto the well-manicured grounds.
The Lake Loveland Swim Beach opens annually from Memorial Day through Labor Day (depending on staffing and water levels).