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One of the best munis in Colorado, Haymaker Golf Course in Steamboat Springs is a Keith Foster design that features a links-like front nine and more traditional back nine. The course has a great variety of holes, including a couple of drivable par 4s and a good mix of short and long par 3s and par 5s.
At more than 9,000 feet, the Summit Course at Cordillera just west of Vail is one of the highest and most picturesque golf courses in Colorado. The views are incredible, but the design manages to keep up. Nearly all the holes are memorable with elevated tees and greens perched on the horizon with views that span a hundred miles or more.
Don't just play golf at Vail Golf Club, the classic parkland muni located in the heart of the village. Add some exercise to your round. The 6,766-yard course is the rare layout in the Vail Valley where walking makes perfect sense. Riding is a great option, too: Not in a cart but on a golf bike.
Golfers are always told not to look up during their swing. It's hard not to at Tiara Rado Golf Course in Grand Junction, Colo. The course sits in the shadow of the impressive Colorado National Monument with excellent views of the Grand Mesa and the Book Cliffs, a series of desert mountains in western Colorado and eastern Utah. Red canyon walls tower in the backdrop.
Few inland backdrops in golf compare to the high desert scenery surrounding the Golf Club at Redlands Mesa in Grand Junction, Colo.
The Greg Norman Course at Red Sky Golf Club in Wolcott, Colorado ebbs and flows on the highest piece of property at Red Sky, delivering awe-inspiring views of the surrounding mountains. This nationally ranked layout is private, but available to guests at some of the high-end resorts throughout the Vail Valley.
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