Golf in Breckenridge – Get back in the swing of summer!
“It’s good sportsmanship to not pick up lost golf balls while they are still rolling.” – Mark Twain
There are many reasons why we play the beautiful game of golf; stress relief, character building, exercise, social aspects, or maybe it is the connection between the game and everyday life that golf legend Bobby Jones highlighted so long ago. Whatever keeps you coming back, you are sure to find it on the golf courses of Breckenridge and the surrounding Summit County. As the snow melts and overcast days give way to spring sunshine, golf season in Breckenridge ramps up in a big way. The golf courses in and around Breckenridge offer unparalleled natural beauty and a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. You can read more about the area courses below, however, the best way to discover golf in the high country is to book a tee-time and experience it for yourself.
Breckenridge Golf Course:
Located just a few miles north of Main Street Breckenridge, this is the only golf course located within the town of Breckenridge. Often included in the annual top 20 courses in Colorado and built on an old mining encampment, the Breckenridge Golf Club offers a truly unique golf experience. The course consists of three unique 9 hole courses all designed by the Jack Nicklaus Signature team. Playing at over 9,000 feet in elevation, incredible panoramic views of the Rockies, playing a round of golf here is a must for even casual fans of the game. Book a tee time or learn more here.
Keystone Golf Courses:
Great golf in a spectacular mountain setting, the courses at Keystone make for a world-class golf destination. Located a short 20-minute drive from Breckenridge. Keystone offers two championship 18-hole golf courses, both with different clubhouses and practice facilities so be sure you are headed to the correct clubhouse when arriving for your tee time.
The River course is a gorgeous mountain golf experience that winds along the snake river on the front nine and rises to feature dramatic elevation changes on the back nine. The course opened in 2000 and was designed by Dr. Hurzdan and Dana Fry. The 18th hole is the signature hole offering a breathtaking view of Lake Dillon and the Gore Range as a backdrop. It is a unique golf experience from the Ranch Course and other Summit County courses that do not offer the same elevation changes. Try something new and rewarding this summer and book a round at the River Course.
The Ranch course is a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed course. This course is often viewed by locals and golf fanatics as the crown jewel of Summit County golf. The challenge of the links-style course design on the front nine, the unique setting of a mountain valley for the back nine all make for a golf outing you will not soon forget. To learn more about both courses and to book a tee time please click here.
Copper Creek golf course:
Arguably the most affordable golf outing in Summit County, Copper Creek is a mountain golf experience you must enjoy for yourself. Located at the base of Copper Mountain with spectacular views of the 10-mile Mountain range, Copper Creek is an 18-hole course designed by Pete Dye. As a Pete Dye course, you bet you can expect copious amounts bunkers and it also boasts the highest tee box in America at just over 9,800 feet. To book this unique golf outing, click here.
Breckenridge and surrounding Summit County are home to world-class golf courses. With course designs from legends like Jack Nicklaus to Pete Dye, Breckenridge and Summit County have a golf outing to suit your golf style and most importantly your golf budget.