You are going to want to bring your camera and an extra sleeve of golf balls when you play this Windsor, CO championship golf course. Welcome to 27 holes of pristine golf at the best golf club in Northern Colorado. Welcome to more shoreline than any other golf course in the United States. Welcome to Pelican Lakes Resort & Golf and Pelican Falls.
Pelican Lakes welcomes golfers from far and wide of any age and skill level. You do not have to be a member to golf at Pelican Lakes!
The first tee is waiting. Book your round at our championship golf course.
Membership at Pelican Lakes does have its privileges, such as advanced access to tee times and entry into our member-only tournaments. Pelican Lakes has the largest men's league in Colorado, and also offers a Ladies League, Couples League and Senior Leagues.
A few of the stand-out features at Pelican Lakes include:
- Five lakes and the Cache la Poudre River
- Elevated tee boxes
- Indoor golf simulators
- The most shoreline in the country
- A fully stocked pro shop
- Electric golf carts equipped with GPS
- Private carts are allowed as long as they're forest green in color
- Professional golf instruction
- Beverage cart service
- Two on-site restaurants and bars
- Private swimming pool
Speak to one of our representatives today to discuss our membership fees and rates.
Meet The Team
A 2013 graduate of Windsor High School, Justin participated in the Class 4A state golf tournament as a senior and has made golf his life.
Nearly 10 years later he was hired as an assistant golf professional at his hometown’s newest golf course, RainDance National Resort & Golf.
“I am very fortunate for my life to come full circle back to where I started,” Justin said. “You never seem to realize how much home really means to you until you leave and make your way back. It’s such a blessing to help make an impact and a difference in the same community that gave me so much growing up.”
After high school, Justin played golf at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, CO and Trinidad (CO) State College. Justin shined at Trinidad State as he twice was named the Region IX Player of the Year.
Justin turned professional after college and moved to Arizona to compete in mini tours. While in Arizona, he qualified for the 2021 Arizona Open and worked at the We-Ko-Pa Golf Club in Fort McDowell and Wildfire Golf Club in Phoenix.
Justin accepted the position at RainDance National after a brief stint at Eaton Country Club, and is currently enrolled in the PGA PGM program on his way to become a Class A professional.
When he’s not working on his golf game, Justin is an accomplished bowler and spends time with his fiancé Karlee and her son Gunner.