Eisenhower Golf Club

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Coordinates: 39°1′1.5″N 76°34′49.8″W / 39.017083°N 76.580500°W / 39.017083; -76.580500

The Eisenhower Golf Club, named after U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower, is the golf course located on the grounds of the United States Air Force Academy, just north of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Being on a military installation, the course is generally only open to active duty, retired military, reservists, national guard, certain other government employees/contractors, and their guests. The club has two complete 18-hole courses: the Blue Course and the Silver Course. The Eisenhower Silver Course was designed by Frank Hummel in 1977, who also designed Gleneagle Golf Course in 1973, Foxhill in 1973, and Hillcrest Golf Course in 1972.

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