Golf Courses and Clubs in Summit County, Colorado
Summit County is home to beautiful and well designed golf courses, from the Jack Nicklaus designed public golf course in Breckenridge to the Raven at Three Peaks, there is a course that will suite your golf style and budget.
If you’re planning your wedding, or a conference, don’t forget to schedule a tee time for your guests at one of the courses listed below. And, if you’re thinking about a bachelor or bachelorette party, there is nothing better than a round of golf.
The Raven at Three Peaks
2929 Golden Eagle Rd.
Silverthorne, CO 80498
The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is considered one of the top courses in the country and, without hesitation, the best mountain course in Colorado. Located in Silverthorne, Colorado just an hour from Denver and minutes from the Vail Valley’s top destinations, the Raven’s spectacular setting is only surpassed by our personalized service.
Come see why everyone is talking about the Raven. Book your tee times online or call 970.262.3636.
1239 Keystone Ranch Rd
Keystone Golf Course
Elevate your game on Keystone’s two acclaimed golf courses. With rates starting from $55, Season Passes and Stay and Play packages, we have all the best options to experience two truly world class courses in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Town of Breckenridge Golf
200 Clubhouse Dr,
Breckenridge, CO 80424
Breckenridge Golf Club
The Town of Breckenridge can boast that it is the only municipality in the world to own a Jack Nicklaus designed, 27-hole course. The course opened for play in 1985. During the summer 2001 golf season, the Town opened another nine holes also designed by Nicklaus and every bit as challenging as the original 18-holes. The new Elk nine as it is named, offers more elevation change than the Bear and Beaver nines.
Copper Creek Golf Course
209 10 Mile Circle,
Copper Mountain, CO 80443
The front nine winds through natural alpine terrain, towering pines, numerous lakes and streams, all leading to rolling emerald greens that demand your best concentration. The back nine changes in character as the fairways cut through the forest and the scant remains of a 19th century mining town.
Pete and Perry Dye’s incorporation of the natural alpine terrain, unique use of railroad tie bulkheads and elaborate mound systems present you with thought-provoking challenges and scenic pleasures.