Unlike The Club at Cordillera’s other two 18-hole layouts, which only open for four months of the year, the Valley course enjoys an extended season because of its relatively lower height above sea level.
Owned by the Steamboat Springs Municipality, the Haymaker Golf Course occupies 233 acres of open countryside, with no residential elements obscuring the wide Yampa Valley vistas from any of its fairways.
When it opened for play in 2019 at Heron Lakes, to the north west of Berthoud, TPC Colorado was the first new golf course to be unveiled in the Centennial State for a decade.
Formerly known as Adam’s Mountain Country Club before a change of ownership in 2015, Frost Creek sits next to the White River National Forest, offering members a variety of outdoor sporting activities including this Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole layout.
Set at an altitude of over 8,700 feet, the spectacular Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is an old 18-hole mountain layout that was reworked by Tom Lehman in collaboration with the design duo of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry.
Tom Bendelow set out the original course at Lakewood Country Club in 1908 and eight years later this layout was redesigned by Donald Ross. Ahead of the US Women’s Amateur in 1965, Press Maxwell redesigned six of the holes.
Named after Charlie Mulligan, the first caddie at Ballyneal Golf Club, the Mulligan course is a 12-hole par-three layout constructed in 2016 by Tom Doak and Renaissance Golf Design as an entertaining short game option for members.
Aspen Glen Club’s 7,455-yard layout sits in a Rocky Mountain valley at an altitude of over 6,000 feet. Jack Nicklaus and his son Jack Nicklaus II designed the course and they played an exhibition match against each other to mark the official opening in 1997.
Situated to the south of Denver, The Golf Club at Bear Dance (home to the Colorado Section of the USPGA) first opened its doors to golfers in 2002.
Easily accessed from the small resort town of Glenwood Springs, which lies a mere 20-minute drive to the north, the residential development at Ironbridge Golf Club occupies a 533-acre property in the Roaring Fork Valley, with a semi-private 18-hole golf course at the heart of its sporting activities.