The Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills originally opened in 1963 becoming one of the first 18 hole championship golf courses in the Northern Metropolitan area. The Golf Courses, being one of the most notable and recognized golf courses in Colorado, hosted the 1st annual Colorado State Public Links Championship in 1965, as well as playing host to several other C.G.A. and U.S.G.A. events over the years. In 1985, the Golf Course was redesigned by architect Frank Hummel becoming what is now known today as the Gold course. After being redesigned the Gold Course was awarded the 1990 United States Women's Public Links Championship. The Golf Courses once again hosted the 46th annual Colorado State Public Links Championship in 2010. The Gold course has received various awards including one of the top 100 golf courses to play in America by Golf Digest. Known for its unique design and spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains the Gold Course offers a rewarding experience for golfers of all skill levels.