Colorado Golf Destinations

  • Aspen/Snowmass

    Originally founded as a mining town, Aspen has become a haven for the rich and famous, boasting great winter sports like skiing and dog sledding, a terrific cultural scene and endless summer days of fly-fishing, rafting, horseback riding and golf.

    Situated along the banks of the Crystal River at the base of Mt. Sopris, River Valley River Valley Ranch Golf Club has a diverse terrain of wetlands and rolling hills. Sagebrush, cottonwoods, and pinion pines further enhance the course's beautiful landscape.
  • 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.
    Gypsum Creek Golf Course is nestled in the beautiful Gypsum Valley, it sprawls across a sage-covered mesa that overlooks the surrounding countryside. The scenic and challenging course is a Pete Dye design that is player friendly enough for all skill levels.
    Situated at the base of the Gore Mountain Range in the Rocky Mountains, Vail Golf Club is a mountain course with beautiful scenery provided by Gore Creek, which meanders through the layout, and the White River National Forest that rests adjacent to it.
  • 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.

    Thorncreek Golf Club is a links-style layout with a street bisecting the front and back nines. Although the street may seem like a distraction, it hasn't prevented this popular golf course from being considered one of the best in the state. It has been host to both the Nike Tour and the US Open qualifying events.
    Park Hill Golf Club sprawls across mostly flat terrain that was enhanced by the addition of over 100 trees. The flatness makes it a great option for juniors or seniors. Although it is not a particularly challenging golf course, it provides a great practice round for golfers of any skill level.
    Ute Creek at Spring Valley is situated at an elevation of 6400 feet amongst acres of rolling hills and towering cottonwoods. The land the golf course now occupies was formerly a cornfield. The design required the transportation of 625,000 cubic yards of dirt to fill in the terrain.
  • 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.

    The 18-hole Monument Hill Country Club in Monument, CO is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1969. Designed by J. Press Maxwell Monument Hill Country Club measures 6715 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 140 and a 71.
    Pete Dye designed the layout at Plum Creek Golf & Country Club. The golf course is a favorite of Castle Rock locals who claim that the final three holes are some of the most difficult in the state. The golf course sprawls over very hilly terrain, making it nearly impossible to find a level lie.
    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.

    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
    Gypsum Creek Golf Course is nestled in the beautiful Gypsum Valley, it sprawls across a sage-covered mesa that overlooks the surrounding countryside. The scenic and challenging course is a Pete Dye design that is player friendly enough for all skill levels.
    Situated at the base of the Gore Mountain Range in the Rocky Mountains, Vail Golf Club is a mountain course with beautiful scenery provided by Gore Creek, which meanders through the layout, and the White River National Forest that rests adjacent to it.