Cherry Hills Country Club

Cherry Hills Country Club located in Cherry Hills Village Colorado is one of the most affluent country clubs in all of Colorado. The Country Club has hosted a slew of PGA events starting as far back as the 1938 US Open. More recently Cherry Hills was home to the 2005 U.S. Woman’s Open.

Through its rich History the Country Club has hosted many great events and people and has its fair share of story’s as well. It is said that Arnold Palmer coined the drink of Lemonade and Iced tea at Cherry Hills Country Club when he was angered by the bar keep who would not mix lemonade with his iced tea.

Just minutes to Down Town Denver, all major Highways and the Mountains Cherry Hills Country Club offers great History and posh surroundings for those who want to be in the middle of the excitement with the privacy that they deserve. More information on Cherry Hills Country Club can be found at

http://www.chcc.com/

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