The 2019 golf season is here and the Rocky Mountain Golf Card is your passport to discounted golf at 16 courses! The card is now on sale until they sell out. A limited number of cards will be sold, so get yours early. The card is a project of Colorado Mountain News Media and includes one round of buy-one-get-one-free golf at 16 courses within the high-country resort communities. Certain restrictions apply at each course, please see listing for complete information. The card will be valid throughout the 2019 golf season and looks to save golf enthusiasts up to $1,100 in greens fees if used at every course! See below for information on courses that are participating in the 2019 card.


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The 2019 golf season is here and the Rocky Mountain Golf Card is your passport to discounted golf at 16 courses! The card is now on sale until they sell out. A limited number of cards will be sold, so get yours early. The card is a project of Colorado Mountain News Media and includes one round of buy-one-get-one-free golf at 16 courses within the high-country resort communities. Certain restrictions apply at each course, please see listing for complete information. The card will be valid throughout the 2019 golf season and looks to save golf enthusiasts up to $1,100 in greens fees if used at every course! See below for information on courses that are participating in the 2019 card.


Courses List

Eagle Valley Ranch Golf Club

Eagle Valley Ranch Golf Club

BOGO good for $60 for two players
April 1st – May 31st and Sept. 1st – October 31st.


Eagle, Co. | (970) 328-2882

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Rate will be $90 for two players from June 1st – August 31st. Valid for tee times after 11 am Monday – Sunday
*cart fee is an additional cost.

Service goes above par at Eagle Ranch

Service goes above par at Eagle Ranch

Service is top-notch at this downvalley public course that feels more like a high-end private course. Exquisite conditioning, service and course design make Eagle Ranch Golf Club a true locals’ favorite in Eagle County.
 
Balls are included with the green fee at the driving range, where an attendant will hand golfers balls upon arrival as well as ensure you make it to the first tee on time. And you’ll never have to fumble around with your clubs at the car, either — attendants help you get them out on your way in and they’re there to take them back for you after you play.
 
“We have such a high level of service that makes people feel like they’re playing at a more exclusive place,” said Jeff Boyer, PGA General Manager at Eagle Ranch. Thanks to the climate downvalley, the course is open about eight months per year, a long season for Eagle County, Boyer points out.

Season pass variety suits various demographics and golfers, while a junior golf program focuses on getting younger folks into the sport. “It’s a great place for families to play and learn and we definitely do our best to make room for young golfers and novice golfers,” Boyer said.

SIGNATURE HOLE

“No. 12 is one of our most challenging and I think it is the prettiest hole. It is also unique in that it has an alternate green. When the course was originally built, we found that the original 12th green was too difficult for golfers. Instead of rebuilding the green, we built another green in a different location. Most golfers play the newer green, but the original green is an option for those looking for a challenge.”
— Jeff Boyer, PGA General Manager at Eagle Ranch


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: 18-hole public course.
Course designed by: Arnold Palmer Design Company
Year built: 2001
Fees: $55-$105 for 18 holes with cart. Fees depend on time of season, time of the day and whether you play 9 or 18 holes.
PGA Head Professional: Jeff Boyer, PGA General Manager; Nate Corsbie, PGA Head Golf Professional.

Dress code: Collared golf shirts, soft spike golf shoes or sneakers, no denim jeans.
Course description: The course is set within the Eagle Ranch community and is considered to be a very challenging course by top players. Although challenging, it is also considered to be a fun course for golfers of all abilities. There are five sets of tee markers ranging in yardage from 5,400 to 7,500 yards, so highly skilled golfers can play the course long, while less skilled players can play it shorter. There are also a set of tee markers in the fairways called the “Junior Tees,” which measure 4,000 yards.

Cedar Ridges Golf Course

Cedar Ridges Golf Course

Cedar Ridges Golf Course


Rangely, CO | (970) 675-8403 | Cart IS included in BOGO offer

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Cedar Ridges Golf Course
 

Just up the hill from the Fairgrounds is Cedar Ridges Golf Course, a public nine hole par 36 course that was constructed in 1984-85 with a little bit of everything: rolling swells, mounds marking safe landing areas, multiple tee boxes, large rolling greens, hills, water, sand traps, trees, and level areas. Rangely’s remote location and small population makes visiting this unique and beautiful course a treat, with affordable fees and an open schedule, visitors can enjoy a flexible schedule as they plan tee-time around visiting the locations many interesting attractions.

The golf course was designed by Frank Hummel, who has designed and constructed well over 200 courses in the United States. The course today is well established with mature turf and trees. With a minimum of 3 tee boxes or more on each hole, and depending on the pin placement, the course is challenging enough for any experienced golfer while enjoyable for the novice as well.

 

Raven at Three Peaks

Raven at Three Peaks

Raven at Three Peaks


Silverthorne, Co. | (970) 262-3636

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2 for 1 anytime Monday – Thursday, after 1pm Friday – Sunday and holidays. Price based on rack rate at time of play. Not any other discount rate. Reservations must be made 5 days in advance with 2-day cancellation policy. Not good with any other discounts, promotions or specials.
*All offers include cart and range

Tee off amid the wonders of Colorado

Tee off amid the wonders of Colorado

The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is considered one of the top courses in country and consistently rated as the best mountain course in Colorado — Avid Golfer has us ranked it the no. 1 golf experience in Colorado and Golf Magazine says The Raven is a top 10 course in the United States. Located in Silverthorne, just an hour from Denver and minutes from the Vail Valley, the Raven’s spectacular setting is only surpassed by its personalized service.
 
The challenging yet eminently playable Tom Lehman and Hurdzan/Fry design features lush rolling fairways and immaculate greens surrounded by towering stands of pine and aspen, snowcapped 13,000-foot peaks, crystal-clear creeks and troutfilled lakes.

With spectacular scenery and dramatic elevation changes, The Raven is the perfect course to enjoy the wonders of Colorado.

SIGNATURE HOLE

Hole 9: “IRON MASK”
This hole drops 225 feet from tee to green. With dramatic views of the Williams Fork range as the backdrop, enjoy your tee shot as it flies forever on this downhill par 4. There is much more room on the left side of the fairway than you may think. Be sure to aim your tee shot toward the clubhouse to set up a good approach. The approach shot is to a deep green guarded on the right by a pond. This is mountain golf at its best.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Course designer: Tom Lehman and Hurdzan/Fry
Year built: 2000
Classification: Semi-private

PGA Head Professional: Ryan Parr
Dress code: Golf attire required
Fees: $99 to $169
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Mt. Massive Golf

Mt. Massive Golf

Mt. Massive Golf


Leadville, Co. | (719) 486-2176

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Tee off in Leadville amid the wonders of Colorado

Tee off in Leadville amid the wonders of Colorado

Set in the undeveloped, wide open spaces of the Arkansas River Valley near Turquoise Lake, Mt. Massive Golf is truly a walk in the woods — no freeways, homes or condos to share your game with — just the elk, deer and woodland creatures.
 
Golf the way it’s meant to be — in a natural setting with a casual and relaxed atmosphere, with truly friendly people on staff that work for your good time and return.
 
This is America’s Highest Golf Course, just a bit lower than Leadville at 10,152 feet above sea level. Yes, the ball does fly about 20 percent farther here — but it also flies straighter due to the reduced spin rate at altitude — which means less slicing and hooking, and lower scores!
 
Golf in a natural setting with the river, lake and Colorado’s highest peaks as neighbors is a rare opportunity not to miss.

Along with the golf course, Mt. Massive also features a nine-basket Disc Golf Course. And for the soccer enthusiast (new this year), the only 18-hole FootGolf Course in the region. “We believe golf should be fun and relaxing, so we operate our facility and treat our guests accordingly,” said Craig Stuller, general manager and “head golf guy” at Mt. Massive Golf Course. “But we don’t skimp on caring for our course — conditions rival those found at the pricier, resort courses nearby.”

SIGNATURE HOLE

Hole NO. 1
This par 4 plays into the highest peak in Colorado, Mt. Elbert. It features long looks down the beautiful Sawatch Range.
 
Hole NO. 6
A par 5, this hold plays in the viewshed of the course’s namesake Mt. Massive, Colorado’s second-highest mountain.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Course designer: Adolph Kuss
Year built: 1939
Classification: Regulation, public
Location: Three miles west of downtown Historic Leadville
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. until dark. Morning hours may vary under frost conditions during the early and late season.

PGA Head Professional: Mike O’Leary
General Manager: Craig Stuller
Dress code: Mountain Casual. You must be dressed!
Fees: $15-$24 to walk a nine-hole round, depending on time of year and day. Riding carts are an additional $8 per person, per nine holes.

Glenwood Springs Golf

Glenwood Springs Golf

Glenwood Springs Golf


Glenwood Springs , Co. | (970) 945-7086

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The nine mighty holes at Glenwood

The nine mighty holes at Glenwood

For 65 years, golfers have been teeing off at the Glenwood Springs Golf Club set against the breathtaking backdrop of surrounding mountains. From the clubhouse and no. 3 tee box you have the most amazing view of Mt. Sopris. Having won the award of Colorado’s no. 1 ninehole golf course, you will be pleasantly surprised by it’s challenging greens. The green on hole no. 5 is probably the most difficult to navigate with its bends and turns. Hole no. 8 is the favorite par 3 on the course. The other greens on the course’s par 3s are elevated and intriguing. The Glenwood Springs Golf Club offers competitive play in its men’s club, ladies club and tournaments in addition to the more relaxed level of play on other days/times.
 
This public course offers nine mighty holes, with the option to play twice for an 18-hole game, in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether you’re seeking a casual day on the course or a more competitive game, the Glenwood Springs Golf Club satisfies every kind of player.

What you will like most about this Club is the people – they are small-town friendly and everyone will will make you feel like you are at home.
 
The nine-hole design makes this course an ideal stop for visitors to Glenwood Springs. It’s located just minutes from the hot springs pool and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park and offers a full-service pro shop, lessons for all levels, golf club repair, chipping and putting greens, and a full-service restaurant.

SIGNATURE HOLE

“Hole no. 7 is a challenging par 4. Your tee shot will bring a lake into play and your approach shot into a blind green. Hole no. 3 is a short uphill par 3. Teeing off from an elevated tee box, your shot must carry the road below you to an elevated green, with beautiful views of Mt. Sopris.”
— Jerry Butler, general manager


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: 9 hole regulation, USGA-approved 5,830 yards
Course designed by: Henry Hughes
Year built: 1955
Fees: 9 holes for $25; 18 holes for $43 (cart fees extra). Twilight Rate after 3 p.m. is 9 holes for $18 (except Tuesdays).

General Manager: Jerry Butler
Dress code: Casual but neat. Proper golf attire encouraged. Denim allowed.
Course description: 9 hole mountain course. Picturesque views of the Roaring Fork Valley can be observed from every tee, fairway and green. Players of all levels are welcome to play. Practice area and putting green on site.

Yampa Valley Golf

Yampa Valley Golf

Yampa Valley Golf


Craig, Co. | (970) 824-3673

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Golf With a Scenic View

Golf With a Scenic View

Scenic views and an abundance of native wildlife are some of the highlights at this player-friendly course, just 50 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs. The Yampa Valley Golf Course prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere, where everyone is treated like family. A team of well-trained, experienced staff work together to make the course enjoyable and affordable. The 6,600-yard course plays through and over 240 acres of cottonwoods, wetlands, native grasses and sage. Four tees make playing here perfect for all ability levels.

SIGNATURE HOLE

Hole no. 15 is guarded by the Yampa River on the right and a small creek down the left. “This hole is a short but challenging risk/reward par 5,” Harnasch said. “Tree-lined fairways and proximity to the river provide for some spectacular views of the surrounding area and native wildlife.”


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: Semi-private, 18 holes
Course designer: William H. Neff
Year built: 1968
Fees: $37 walking, $55 with cart.
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in season

Course description: Yampa Valley Golf Course plays through and over 240 acres of cottonwoods, wetlands, native grasses and sage. At nearly 6,600 yards and four sets of tees, it offers golfers of all abilities a challenge in skill that won’t challenge the wallet.
Manager/Golf Professional: Jeff Harnasch
Dress code: Men: Jeans and T-shirt in good condition are permissible (no holes in clothing). Ladies: Shorts/skirts/skorts of mid-thigh length are permissible. Sleeveless shirts are permissible. No halter tops or bathing suit tops exposing bare midriff, please.

Divide Ranch & Club

Divide Ranch & Club

Divide Ranch & Club


Ridgway/Telluride, Co. | (970) 626-5284

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Divide Ranch & Club
 

The mature, award-winning golf course that’s the centerpiece for Divide Ranch & Club offers 7,039 yards of challenging play. It also offers some of the most extraordinary views imaginable. You tee off at the foot of the San Juans with Mount Sneffels rising to the south. Then you drive onto the magnificent mesa, where juniper, pinon and ponderosa pine line the holes. And when you reach 18, you’re wondering just how soon you can do it all again.

Divide Ranch & Club is more than simply a Golf Club. It provides year round activities and special-interest functions for all of its members. A Bronze Membership is automatically included with the purchase of a homesite from Equilibrium Resorts. A Bronze Membership may be upgraded to a Gold Membership in order to receive the maximum level of membership benefits at Divide Ranch & Club.

 

Vail Golf Course

Vail Golf Course

Vail Golf Course


Vail, Co. | (970) 479-2260 | Card not valid 7.01.19-8.31.19

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Scenery abounds at this special mountain course

Scenery abounds at this special mountain course

With views of the breathtaking Gore Mountain Range, Vail Golf Course is a scenic, 18-hole public mountain course that’s accessible for all playing abilities. With five sets of tees, the course has everyone covered from beginners to juniors to low handicap golfers.
 
This valley course is surrounded by mountains on all sides and was the first golf course in the Vail Valley. One of Vail’s pioneers, Ben Krueger, built the course in 1962.
 
The greens are challenging with subtle undulations throughout, and the views are amazing across all 18 holes. There are 6,766 yards of golf from the longest tees, for a total par of 71.
 
At more than 8,000 feet in elevation, golfers get an added bonus at the Vail Golf Club: their balls will fly about 10 percent farther than at lower elevations. It’s also a surprisingly walkable course considering its mountain setting.

For those looking to try something a little different, the club also offers golf-bikes to pedal your way around the course. “Transfer your clubs into the saddle bag on the back of the bike and pedal your way down the fairway – enjoy your golf and your biking all in one,” said Director of Golf Alice Plain. The driving range is located near the clubhouse and hits from west to east, facing the spectacular Gore Range. Plain said it’s the most beautiful driving range view in the state.

SIGNATURE HOLE

Hole 11, Par 4
Hit your tee shot across the Gore Creek while enjoying the beautiful view of the Gore Range. There’s a challenging putting green with lots of undulation.
 
Hole 15, Par 3
This hole is a short shot with an elevated tee, hitting over the Gore Creek. It’s usually a wedge shot and with the prevailing wind blowing left to right, accuracy is key.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Course designer: Ben Krueger
Year built: Mid 1960’s – opened in 1966.
Classification: Public 18-hole course.
Hours of operation: Open mid-May through mid-October. Hours vary throughout the summer. Visit vail.golf for more information or to book a tee time.
Director of Golf: Alice Plain
Head Professional: Nathan Mead
Dress code: Collared shirts, no denim and no tank tops.
Fees: $69 to $119.

Dress code: Collared golf shirts, soft spike golf shoes or sneakers, no denim jeans.
Course description: The course is set within the Eagle Ranch community and is considered to be a very challenging course by top players. Although challenging, it is also considered to be a fun course for golfers of all abilities. There are five sets of tee markers ranging in yardage from 5,400 to 7,500 yards, so highly skilled golfers can play the course long, while less skilled players can play it shorter. There are also a set of tee markers in the fairways called the “Junior Tees,” which measure 4,000 yards.

Haymaker Golf Course

Haymaker Golf Course

Haymaker Golf Course


Steamboat, Co. | (970) 870-1846 | Discount based on full summer rate

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Golfing memories are made at Haymaker

Golfing memories are made at Haymaker

Set beneath the backdrop of Mount Werner amid rolling ranch lands, Haymaker Golf Course is an 18-hole gem located in the lush, green Yampa Valley in Steamboat Springs. The spectacular Flat Top mountain range can be seen in the distance at this challenging links-style course with native grasses and wetlands enhancing the wide-open fairways.
 
Haymaker is City of Steamboat Springs facility that plays like a championship caliber course. Haymaker welcomes family play and promotes Junior golfers of all ages. Aside from regular play, Haymaker offers golf clinics, private lessons, women specific programs and tournaments during the season. Its PGA Golf Professionals make every effort to have locals and visitors alike feel at home.
 
Designed by Keith Foster, Haymaker is a championship caliber course that was shaped to resemble the contours of the surrounding landscape. Haymaker features a full practice facility, including driving range, putting green and chipping area. Working closely with the Audubon International’s Signature Status Program, Foster and the City of Steamboat Springs built a course that elk, eagles and blue herons call home.

Haymaker welcomes and challenges golfers of all ability levels, from novice to professional.

SIGNATURE HOLE

Hole no. 4: Flat Tops
A difficult par 4 requiring a long, accurate drive with frequent sightings of rare birds in the wetlands on the right. Take one less club for a downhill second shot to the green which slopes away from you. Redan Creek, 15 yards behind the green, awaits an over-aggressive approach.
 
Hole no. 15: MacKenzie
Named after Alistair MacKenzie, designer of Augusta National and Cypress Point, no. 15 draws its name from the undulating “Mackenzie” style green. Use plenty of club on your uphill second shot to the green, which is over 100 feet front to rear.
 
Hole no. 12: Greywall
A picturesque Par 3; focus on the green, stay away from the water, and a well struck middle-to-short iron is all that is needed.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Course designer: Keith Foster
Year built: 1996
Classification: 18-hole public course
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., depending on weather and seasonal conditions.
PGA Head Professional: Cody Hasten, chasten@steamboatsprings.net
Dress code: Appropriate golf attire is required, including a collared shirt. Denim, not torn or “cutoff” is considered acceptable.
Fees: $129 for 18 holes, including motorized cart, range balls and use of practice facility. 10% green fee discount for active/retired military & Juniors (Juniors under the age of 18)

OTHER NOTABLE HIGHLIGHTS

A links-style course that takes advantage of the topography of the surrounding ranch land of the Yampa Valley, Haymaker welcomes golfers of all abilities. It is common to see snow capped mountains, grazing cattle and eagles soaring above.
However, don’t let the spectacular views distract your play as each hole requires your full attention and athletic ability. Note Hole no. 7, where junior golfers and seniors alike have scored their first holein-one. Enjoy the complete Haymaker experience. Take advantage of Haymaker’s practice facility to prepare for your memorable round in Steamboat Springs.
Haymaker’s PGA Golf Professionals are happy to offer tips on course play as well as restaurant recommendations in town. Ride a Golf Bike for the first time and enjoy a cold beverage at The Patio Grill. Play 9 holes with your kids. Haymaker aspires to accommodate your requests in order to make your golf experience enjoyable.

Ironbridge Golf Course

Ironbridge Golf Course

Ironbridge Golf Course


Glenwood Springs, Co. | (970) 384-0630

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Ironbridge Golf Course
 

From river views to the breathtaking grandeur of Mt. Sopris, a game of golf at Ironbridge Golf Club is also a way to experience Colorado’s landscapes. Ironbridge, located between Glenwood Springs and Carbondale off County Road 109, was built in 2003 but underwent upgrades and refinement in 2014. Golfers experience a diverse range of views and atmospheres across the 18-hole course.
 
While the secluded holes of 10 to 13 are truly remarkable, river views along the front nine and Sopris Views from holes 14 through 18 are also amazing. Range use and balls are included with your green fee, as is your cart and access to a putting green and short game practice area.
 
Ironbridge’s location makes for a wonderful destination for golfers traveling with families, as there is much to do in Glenwood Springs including two hot springs pools, spas, hiking, biking, and rafting.

For golfers who have not visited Ironbridge since the course changes made by Tom Lehman, upon their return they’ll find the changes resulted in faster, more enjoyable rounds for the average golfer, while still challenging the better golfer.

SIGNATURE HOLE

Known as the “Lost Horizon,” holes 10 through 13 offer challenging play with spectacular scenery. From the Pro Shop to the no. 12 tee, there is a dramatic 495-foot gain in elevation.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: Semi-private
Course designer: Arthur Hills designed, but it was refined by Tom Lehman in 2014.
Year built: 2003
Fees: April, $69; May 1 to June 10, $89; June 11 to Sept. 30, $129; and October, $89.
Hours of operation: Tee times during peak season begin at 8 a.m.
Dress code: Proper golf attire.

Course description: The 18-hole Ironbridge course is 7,224 yards in length, with several elevation changes and breathtaking views of Mount Sopris.

 

THE CLUBHOUSE

The Ironbridge Grill is becoming quite popular for golfers and non-golfers alike to enjoy casual, yet elevated American fare. Open year-round, the restaurant serves lunch and dinner in the summer months, featuring house specialties such as walleye, elk tenderloin, and shrimp and grits. Frequent wine dinners and weekly specials, along with quality service, have made the Ironbridge Grill a favorite dining establishment for both locals and Glenwood Springs visitors.

Eagle Vail Golf Course

Eagle Vail Golf Course

Eagle Vail Golf Course


Eagle, Co. | (970) 790-1200

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BOGO tee times valid after 2pm during early and late season and after 5 pm | 7.01-9.03.18

Over the river and through the woods

Over the river and through the woods

Ideally located between Vail and Beaver Creek ski areas, the EagleVail Golf Club’s 18-hole course was designed to fit in with its majestic mountain setting. The course weaves in and around rivers, ponds, wetlands, forests and gardens, all set against a backdrop of spectacular mountains. Putting greens and a driving range, plus a casual Par 3 course called Willow Creek, make this course appealing to any level or style of golfer — from the Thursday night “buckets & brew” specials at the driving range to children’s golf programs to men’s and women’s golf leagues.
 
The par 3 course features “footgolf” which is an exciting twist to the game that incorporates the use of a soccer ball instead of a golf club and ball. Rates for the par 3 course are only $10 per round. EagleVail has been designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary from Audubon International since 2014.

The two-year certification process requires demonstration of a high degree of environmental quality in seven specific areas including Environmental Planning, Wildlife and Habitat Management, Outreach and Education, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, and Water Quality Management.

SIGNATURE HOLE

“First off, get your camera out – this is not your average par 3. Then, club down on this cliff shot. The blue tees are 197 yards, but drop 185 feet in elevation and will play more like 150-155 yards. The whites, yellows and reds play like a 100-yard shot. Enjoy the flight of your ball as it hangs in the high elevation air against the stunning valley views.”
— Ryan Flamm, PGA, Director of Golf


FACILITY INFORMATION

Course designer: Devlin/Von Hagge design team
Year built: 1975
Classification: Open to the public
Hours of operation: 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
PGA Head Professional: James Davidson
Dress code: Golf attire includes collared shirts and no denim or tank tops.
Fees: Rates vary through the offseason to the peak season. Peak season (June 29 to Sept. 3) are $79 for EagleVail residents, $89 for Eagle County residents, and $109 for non-residents. For offseason and afternoon/twilight rates, visit www.eaglevailgolfclub.com.

Prices includes golf cart rental with GPS.
10% green fee discount for active/retired military & Juniors (Juniors under the age of 18)
10-hole rates and passes also available
Rental clubs: $50 for 18 holes. $30 for 10 holes.
Course description: EagleVail provides a true mountain golf experience. Both the 18-hole and Par-3 courses are integrated with rivers, streams, ponds, wetlands, forests, and gardens. EagleVail’s stunning mountain setting with its varying microclimates and multi-faceted terrain is one of the Colorado’s most unique golf courses.

Grand Elk Golf Club

Grand Elk Golf Club

Grand Elk Golf Club


Grandby, Co. | (970) 887-9122

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Not your Typical Mountain Course!

Not your Typical Mountain Course!

Nestled in the scenic Middle Park region of Grand County with breathtaking views of the Continental Divide and Rocky Mountain National Park, PGA Tour Veteran and 13-time champion Craig Stadler and Tripp Davis exquisitely crafted this 7,144 yard masterpiece to take full advantage of the sweeping panoramic vistas, undulating meadows and natural wetlands forming the headwaters of the mighty Colorado River.

Located in Granby, Colorado and perfectly situated within 20 minutes of the ski and resort amenities of Winter Park, the water sports of Lake Granby or the shopping, dining, cultural and art experiences of historic Grand Lake. Grand Elk Golf Club is also just a short distance from the west entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park plus nearby is world class fishing on the headwaters of the Fraser & Colorado Rivers…and you’re always within view of the majestic peaks of the Continental Divide.

 

Lincoln Park Golf Course

Lincoln Park Golf Course

Lincoln Park Golf Course


Grand Junction, Co. | (970) 242-6394

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Nine historic holes near downtown Grand Junction

Nine historic holes near downtown Grand Junction

Lincoln Park Golf Course was established in 1926 and is located in the heart of beautiful Grand Junction. It’s a regulation nine-hole golf course — with an appealing mix of fairways, water hazards and sand traps — can be stretched out to roughly 3,300 yards, said PGA Golf Professional Brian Franco. “Lincoln Park welcomes all ages and skill levels with four sets of tees in addition to our family tees,” Franco said. “Although relatively flat, the greens provide challenges for all skill levels.”
 
The City of Grand Junction says the course was “born in the era of mashies and niblicks,” but it can “still defend itself from the over-sized drivers and hot golf balls of today.” Located just minutes from historic downtown Grand Junction, golfers can improve their games at the course’s 10-acre practice facility or try a lap around the walkable nine-hole course, Franco said. “With smooth rolling, subtle breaking greens, it is a delightful place to test your golf skills,” he said. There’s a full-service pro shop and snack bar. Rental clubs, pull carts, and golf cars are also available. Lessons from PGA Professionals are available by appointment.

Tee times may be made seven days in advance by calling 970-2426394 or by using the course’s free mobile app. To download the mobile app to your smart phone, search for Golf Grand Junction in the Apple App Store or Android Market.

SIGNATURE HOLE

The nine holes at Lincoln Park are somewhat unique, Franco said. “There is a short par 3 and a long par 3, a drivable par 4 for longer hitters, two medium-length par 4s and one tough long par 4. Also, the par 5s are two different animals — one is a short par 5 and reachable in two by many, and the other is considerably longer and requires two well played shots with distance to get home in two,” he said. “With that being said, even though Lincoln Park is a nine-hole facility, it requires a variety of shots to be played in nine holes.”


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: Regulation nine-hole public course.
Established: 1926
PGA Golf Professional: Brian Franco
Dress code: No tank tops, no work boots. Also, we are a spikeless facility.
Hours of operation: Golf shop is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Driving range from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Seven days a week. Weather permitting. Snack bar: Closed Monday and Tuesday. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday – Sunday.
Fees: Nine holes for $18, 18 holes for $28; Cart fees: Nine holes for $10/rider, 18 holes for $16/rider.

Tees: Lincoln Park Golf Course has six sets of tees. The Black Tees are generally used by low handicap golfers and are a good test for even the most accomplished golfer. The Blue Tees are a good test, as well, and most of the Men’s Club Members play from these tees on a regular basis. The Red Tees are the tees that are most commonly used. High handicap golfers, ladies who want a little challenge, and middle school and high school-age junior golfers typically play from the Red Tees. The Yellow Tees are predominately used by Ladies Club Members, but are also used by senior golfers and little kids alike. Family Tees are also available, which are designated by a disc in the fairway or tee box on the par 3s. The scorecard has a yardage at the bottom of it for Level 1 and Level 2. Play golf as a family and have more fun!

Tiara Rado Golf Course

Tiara Rado Golf Course

Tiara Rado Golf Course


Grand Junction, Co. | (970) 254-3830 | BOGO tee times valid after 12 pm

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Teeing off to breathtaking views

Teeing off to breathtaking views

A game at Tiara Rado Golf Course in Grand Junction should be a Colorado bucket list item thanks to awe-inspiring views and challenging play. With the Colorado National Monument to the west and views of the Grand Mesa and Bookcliffs, this course sits among a special landscape unique to Colorado’s Western Slope.
 
“I have played Tiara Rado hundreds of times and it never gets old,” said Brian Franco, a PGA Professional formerly at Tiara Rado, now at Lincoln Park in Grand Junction. The course is fairly short at just more than 6,400 yards from the back tee, but what it lacks in length it more than makes up for in challenge and beauty.

SIGNATURE HOLE

There are several risk-reward holes at Tiara Rado, Franco said. Hole no. 8 is a par 3, measuring anywhere from 100 yards to 180 yards and runs through an apricot orchard. Hole no. 12 is the signature hole and also a par 3, measuring anywhere from 85 yards out to 170 yards. The difficulty lies in the fact that no matter what tees you play, you must carry water to find the green. “Make sure to take enough balls because if you come up short, there is a good chance your ball will roll back into the lake,” Franco said. Finally, hole no. 18 is a short par 4 which can be drivable if you can hit your driver straight.


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: Regulation 18-hole public municipal course.
Year built: Front nine was built in 1971 and the back nine followed in 1976.
Fees: Monday-Thursday: 9 holes for $20 (cart additional $10); 18 holes for $36 (cart additional $16). Friday-Sunday: 9 holes for $24 (cart same as above), 18 holes for $40 (cart same as above).
PGA Golf Professional: Chance Semones

Dress code: No tank tops, cut-off shorts or work boots. Jeans and t-shirts are accepted.
Course description: Bordered to the west by the spectacular Colorado National Monument, with splendid views of the Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat top mountain, and the ever changing Bookcliffs, the newly renovated Tiara Rado golf course is golf and nature at its best. Tiara Rado is challenging for any level of skill with four tee areas to choose from and plenty of water hazards to avoid, including the short but ornery moat hole. It has an 18-acre practice area, golf cars, pull carts, lessons, rental clubs, and full service pro shop.

Meeker Golf Course

Meeker Golf Course

Meeker Golf Course


Meeker, Co. | (970) 878-5642

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Nine holes in a classic Western setting

Nine holes in a classic Western setting

With beautiful views of the White River and the Chinese Wall of the Flat Tops Mountains, the nine holes at Meeker Golf Course deliver the views.
 
Meeker’s Western heritage is evident by the cattle all around the perimeter of the course thanks to its location right in the middle of three ranches. Wildlife are also common sights, including turkeys, deer and elk.
 
“This course was designed by ranchers who wanted to play golf,” said Kyle Hooks, president of the board for the Meeker Golf Course. “They made a course that follows the topography of the land.”
 
A creek runs through the middle of the course into the White River, a world-renowned trout fishing river.

With two sets of tee boxes and plenty of elevation changes, Meeker Golf Course is a challenging but welcoming ninehole.

SIGNATURE HOLE

“The opening hole is the signature hole because of the unique elevation change from tee to fairway, and because of the risk/reward challenge due to it being a drivable Par 4, but there is a small pond in front of the green,” Hooks said. “Also, the hole looks down into the White River valley with river meandering below.”


FACILITY INFORMATION

Classification: Nine-hole regulation public course
Course Designer: Henry Hughes
Year Built: 1969
Location: One mile south of the town of Meeker.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Course Description: Slope 116; Rating 64.5; 2,744 yards; blue, white and red tee boxes.
Course manager: Becky Ridings

Dress Code: Western ranch, cowboy boots with plastic spikes OK.
Fees: Daily Green Fees: Nine holes for $15, cart is $8 per rider.
Seniors play for $10, cart is $5 per rider.
18 holes for $25, cart is $13 per rider.
Seniors play 18 holes for $20, cart is $10 per rider.
Punch cards: Five-punch is $92, including 9 holes and cart; 10-punch is $207 including 9 holes and cart; 20-punch is $437, including 9 holes and cart.
Clubhouse: Fully stocked pro shop and bar, with sandwiches and other pre-made grab-and-go food items.

Copper Creek

Copper Creek

Copper Creek


Frisco, Co. | (866) 677-1663

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Buy one get one golf is good anytime Monday – Thursday, and after 12 pm Friday – Sunday.

Over the river and through the woods
 

Spellbinding views of the Ten Mile Range provide the perfect backdrop for any golf outing and Copper Creek’s outstanding service is sure to impress. Plus, it’s tough to find prices as good as Copper Creek’s. Rounds start at just $23 during twilight hours.

Copper Creek has made it easier to book a tee time. Online booking is available. Should you have any issues booking a tee time please call us on 866.286.1663.