Arvada is the home to three public golf courses; West Woods Golf Club, Lake Arbor Golf Club and Indian Tree Golf Course.
Magnificent Mountain peaks and the downtown Denver skyline provide a panoramic backdrop for great golf at West Woods Golf Club, Arvada's championship 27-hole golf course. West Woods Golf Club is owned by the City of Arvada. Located on the northwest side of the Denver metro area, it offers three distinctly different nines. The Sleeping Indian nine tenders views of the famous Sleeping Indian rock formation. The Cottonwood nine has many trees, streams, and lakes. The Silo nine was named after the old grain silo that was left on the twenty-third hole. West Woods Golf Club, the best practice facilities in the west and 27 great holes to test your results.
Lake Arbor Golf Club has always been noted for well-kept putting surfaces. Lake Arbor is a short par 70 course, but don't be deceived, trouble lurks on every hole. Lake Arbor is one of Denver's quickest paced golf courses with rounds frequently played in less than four hours. Come try Lake Arbor Golf Club; it is an enjoyable golf experience!
Indian Tree Golf Course is owned and operated by Apex Park and Recreation District. Located in the middle of Arvada, one has pristine scenery of the Rocky Mountains from this golf course.