The Nicklaus Signature golf course at the exclusive Cherry Creek Country Club is fashioned in a parkland style that can be stretched to almost 7,500 yards from the tips.
A Robert Trent Jones Jnr design from the 1970s, the course at Arrowhead Golf Club nestles in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, where fabulous red sandstone rock formations frame the emerald fairways…
Routed around four dazzling lakes, the tree-lined fairways of the 18-hole Maxwell course at Pinehurst Country Club are complemented by the 9-hole Pfluger layout. Together, these courses ensure this 27-hole golf facility is much in demand for Colorado PGA events.
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.
Designed by Pete Dye and Perry Dye, the course at Plum Creek Golf Club hosted the Denver Champions of Golf event on the Champions Tour from 1984 to 1987.
The Mountain course was the first of three 18-hole layouts to appear at The Club at Cordillera during the 1990s. Three-time US Open champion Hale Irwin set out the course on hilly terrain, posing a demanding test from the back tees.
The River course at the 36-hole Keystone Ranch golf facility is a new millennium offering from Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry. The front nine is routed around the Snake River, with the back nine carved through a dense pine forest.
Situated eighty miles northwest of Denver, Pole Creek Golf Course is a 27-hole public golf facility in Grand County, with the Meadow and Ridge nines forming the premier 18-hole layout at an impressive pay and play operation.
The Ranch course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to appear at the Keystone Ranch golf complex in 1980. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Junior, it’s a classic mountain track that winds around a pine forest and a beautiful 9-acre lake.
Beaver Creek Golf Club was laid out by Robert Trent Jones Junior in 1982 along the route of a creek, the slopes of Beaver Creek Mountain provide thrills and spills coupled with long, narrow and often hilly fairways.