A new course was installed recently in Wellington, located near the west entrance to the Rice Elementary School. The course is a result of the combined efforts of Bill Wright, Don Labor and the City of Wellington. The course is unusual in that the first half is located on the west side of I-25, and picks up again on the east side of the interstate. The word is that, eventually, the city plans to create a walkway under the interstate, which will allow the two halves to flow together. Generally, players have been parking at the first hole (a hole numbered "0", strangely..), playing the front, then driving across the interstate to finish their round. Directions to the first part of the course, then from there to the second half, can be found here.
The course has a good mix of long and short holes, and although it is relatively flat and open, the holes have made excellent use of the terrain and trees available. The terrain should be easy enough for most people to navigate and the course is suitable for players of all skill levels. Don't forget to bring some bug spray, as there are lots of mosquitos out there right now. One other tip, it appears that hole #17 has been pulled, or hasn't yet been installed due to ongoing landscaping work.