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Activity Guide: Golf Courses

Four excellent golf courses are located in Summit County with another seven in the Vail Valley. Each course has exceptional scenery, and plenty of challenging holes as would be expected in this high alpine environment. Most of the courses place an emphasis on accuracy as land for golf courses is scarce in these high mountain valleys which leads to tight fairways. If your driver is accurate you'll enjoy seeing the ball fly great distances from the reduced air resistance at the course elevations that range from 7,500ft to 9,600 ft.

    Summit County Golf Courses
  • Breckenridge Golf Course
    Located at the merging point of the Blue and Swan rivers just north of Breckenridge, this Jack Nicklaus designed public course winds through the hills at the base of the Ten Mile Range.
  • Copper Creek Golf Club
    Located at 9,600 ft, this is the nations highest championship golf course. Designed by Pete and Perry Dye, the course winds throughout Copper Mountain Resort. The public may reserve tee times up to four days in advance. Copper Mountain Resort guests may reserve tee times up to 30 days in advance.
  • Keystone Ranch Golf Course
    This Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed course winds through the Snake River Valley, taking advantage of the natural beauty of the area. The public may reserve tee times 24 hours in advance. Keystone Resort guests may reserve tee times up to 72 hours in advance.
  • The Raven at Three Peaks Golf Course
    Located at the base of the Gore Range, adjacent to the Eagles Nest wilderness area, just north of Silverthorne. The course winds through one of the area's premiere golf-course real estate developments.

    Vail Valley Golf Courses

  • Beaver Creek Golf Course
    A beautiful resort coures designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. which winds through the Beaver Creek Valley among multi-million dollar homes. You must be staying at a Beaver Creek Resort property to play the golf course from mid June - mid September.
  • Vail Golf Club
    The oldest course in the Vail Valley, this Ben Kreuger designed course runs along I-70 in the eastern portion of Vail Village. Views of the Gore range are spectacular. The course is a popular cross-country skiing area in the winter.
  • Eagle Vail Golf Course
    This public course is one of the most scenic and toughtest courses in the western part of Colorado. All but 5 holes have water in play. The first tee has a altidue change of 210 ft. and number ten has a 310 ft. change.
  • Country Club Of The Rockies
    Club Of The Rockies of the rockies is a private course designed by Jack Nicklaus located at the base of Arrowhead ski area (now connected with Beaver Creek). To play you must be a guest of, or accompanied by, a member.
  • Sonnenalp Golf Club
    Located just across Interstate 70 from Beaver Creek and the Club Of The Rockies is another spectacular Colorado mountain course. One of the more challenging courses from the tips with some incredible vistas on the back 9 of Beaver Creek and the New York Mountains.
  • Cordillera
    Two semi-private courses are located in this very exclusive area just west of Beaver Creek. If you're fortunate enough to be a member, or know someone who is you'll enjoy outstanding views, spectacular scenery, and uncomparable service.