Colorado Golf Destinations

  • I-70 Corridor

    Colorado's I-70 mountain corridor is probably the most heavily traveled stretch of scenery in the state. It can be a journey of awe, skiing, outdoors adventure fun, and of course golf. It also can be a parking lot of congestion especially on ski weekends.

    Located just west of Denver, Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks weaves through towering pines, lush groves of aspen, grassy wetlands, and trout-filled lakes. Situated at an elevation of over 9,000 feet, the golf course offers stunning views of Buffalo Mountain and the "Three Peaks" for which it is named.
    The 18-hole Copper Creek Golf Club in Copper Mountain, CO is a resort golf course that opened in 1986. Designed by Perry Dye and Pete Dye, Copper Creek Golf Club measures 6057 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 117 and a 66.
    Situated in Brush Creek Valley, Eagle Ranch Golf Club sits at an elevation of 6,600 feet above sea level. Golfers can expect uneven lies as well as scenic views. Arnold Palmer designed the layout, which includes an interesting variety of mountain and links-style holes.
  • Denver

    The East's gateway to the Rockies, "Mile High" Denver is where all of the mountain West's natural splendor begins. Set at the eastern base of the range, the city is just a few miles from the ascent into the mountains. Millions of skiers and snowboarders fly into Denver International Airport each year to make the trek.

    Twin Peaks Golf Course in Longmont is conveniently located just 40 minutes from downtown Denver. Opened in 1977, the course has a traditional layout that has appeal for players of all skill levels.
    Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club in Aurora enjoys a stunning backdrop provided by the Rocky Mountains. It is situated in southeastern Denver on the border of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, tucked away in a quiet residential community. The Arthur Hills design is known as one of Colorado's best places to play.
    The 18-hole Broken Tee Englewood Golf Course in Englewood, CO is a municipal golf course that opened in 1983. Designed by Brad Benz and Dick Phelps, Broken Tee Englewood Golf Course measures 6848 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 119 and a 69.
  • Colorado Springs

    Three hundred-plus days of sunshine and endless ways to explore the outdoors make Colorado Springs a wonderful escape 65 miles south of Denver. Located towards the southern base of the Rockies, the city is near one of the West's most famous peaks, Pike's Peak.

    Pine Creek Golf Club is situated on the north side of Colorado Springs amongst lush natural grasslands and a meandering creek bed. The layout offers a unique mix of canyon-style holes and also American links-style holes that are both physically and mentally demanding.
    The 18-hole Shining Mountain Golf Club in Woodland Park, CO is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1995. Designed by John Harbottle III, Shining Mountain Golf Club measures 6801 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 129 and a 71.
  • Vail Valley

    The Vail Valley, of course, is known for its winter sports, but it's just as popular as a summer vacation destination, too, with such activities as hiking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing and, of course, playing golf.

    The 9-hole Short Course at The Golf Club at Cordillera in Edwards, CO is a public golf course that opened in 1997. Designed by Dave Pelz, Short Course at The Golf Club at Cordillera measures 1257 yards from the longest tees. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.
    Situated in Brush Creek Valley, Eagle Ranch Golf Club sits at an elevation of 6,600 feet above sea level. Golfers can expect uneven lies as well as scenic views. Arnold Palmer designed the layout, which includes an interesting variety of mountain and links-style holes.
    What's the best way to describe Eagle Vail Golf Club? A river golf course? A mountain golf course? Actually, it's a little bit of both. It's also a pretty golf course ... and pretty tough. The 18-hole Bruce Devlin and Roger von Hagge design, which opened in 1974, isn't a long golf course by today's standards, but there isn't a lot of room for error