Inverness Golf Course was designed by architect Preston Maxwell in 1974. The course is a par-70 course that stretches just over 7,000 yards. The course features water hazards on 11 of the 18 holes. The par 3 holes are the most challenging part of the course. The Inverness is open 362 days a year depending on weather.
The par 4 13th hole is the signature hole of the course. It features a lake directly in front of the golfer, which can only be bypassed by a 150 yard straight tee shot. To reach the fairway the shot must carry 180 yards. Hazards are located on both sides of the entire hole. The golf course is also known for its tight sloping fairways, and fast greens.
Inverness Golf Course also has several other activities to offer guests. The nearby Inverness Hotel and Conference Center offers spa treatments, five restaurants, outdoor tennis, indoor and outdoor swimming, indoor hot tub, full range fitness club, walking/jogging trails, and men's and women's saunas.
The entire Inverness Hotel and Conference Center covers 13 acres adjacent to the golf course. Staff members are also available to assist guests with planning activities throughout the Denver area.