Colorado Golf Resorts

Like the next door East Course, holes tumble up and down the foothills of Cheyenne Mountain at the West Course.

Colorado is one of North America's great summer golf destinations. The ball flies forever at altitudes of a mile high or higher. On the Front Range, Colorado Springs, located 75 minutes south of Denver, is home to a small collection of luxury golf and wellness resorts. The state's most historic golf resort is the five-star Broadmoor Resort, which was laid out over 100 years ago and features 36 holes of USGA-caliber mountain golf designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Donald Ross.

Head over the Continental Divide and many of the ski towns at the base of the Rockies double as summer golf destinations. Resorts such as Keystone, Telluride, Copper Mountain, Steamboat Springs and Beaver Creek feature multiple lodging options as well as adjacent golf to play. The golf season for these mountain towns can be tantalizingly short given their high altitudes and generally only from July -September. Courses east of the Rockies however have longer golf seasons. Denver is the largest and capital city in Colorado and while most resorts are to the west or south, there are a few options nearby, most notably the Omni Interlocken Hotel, home to a 27-hole golf course in between Denver and Boulder on the Front Range.

    Littleton, Colorado
    Located just south of Denver in Littleton, Colorado is the Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel. This is a small, 3-star boutique hotel with spacious guest rooms with kitchenettes overlooking the golf course. Golf side rooms have large balconies. Onsite at this parks complex is a bar & grill, fitness center and tennis courts. The course is operated by…
    Steamboat Springs, Colorado
    Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas, a brand of Marriott Hotels, is located in western Colorado at the base of the Steamboat Springs mountain village, and one mile from Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, of which it is a partner resort property. This ski and summer property has over 200 units of accommodation ranging from large rooms and suites to 1, 2,…
    Durango, Colorado
    The Lodge at Tamarron is a resort in Durango, southwest Colorado within the San Juan Mountain range. This mountain resort provides access to the adjacent, private Glacier Club's Valley Course, an Arthur Hills design. The Lodge provides a wide variety of sizes for accommodations from single rooms and suites to 3-bedroom townhomes. The lodge…
    Copper Mountain, Colorado
    Copper Mountain is a resort area in Summit County, Colorado 75 miles from Denver. It is ski village that in the summertime features a wealth of outdoor activities including an 18-hole golf course, Copper Creek, designed by Pete and Perry Dye. Additional activities include hiking and mountain biking. There are dozens of different lodging buildings…
    Beaver Creek, Colorado
    Located in the Vail Valley, Beaver Creek Resort is a major ski resort area on Colorado's I-70 corridor, just west of the Vail area. There are three resort villages at each basecamp, and five signature properties: The Pines Lodge and The Osprey at Beaver Creek, both RockResorts, The Elkhorn Lodge, St. James Place and Trapper's Cabin. Guests can…
    Keystone, Colorado
    Located in Summit County, Colorado, Keystone Resort is one of numerous Rocky Mountain Resort areas owned and operated by Vail Resorts. Keystone is located off Highway 6, accessible from the I-70 pass from Denver to the county. Keystone has multiple lodging properties of many styles and sizes. They include Timbers, which has luxury fractional…
    Edwards, Colorado
    Located near Vail in Edwards, Colorado is The Sonnenalp Club, which features a 127-unit and 18-hole private golf course available to guests of the resort. Accommodations range from individual guest rooms to suites and multi-bedroom villas and cottages. There are multiple dining options onsite from casual and outdoor at Bully Ranch to fine dining.…
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    The Peaks Resort & Spa, located at 9,500 feet of altitude in southwest Colorado is part of the Telluride resort ski and resort development. Set at the base of Telluride Golf Club, The Peaks is the go-to lodging option among many in Telluride for golf groups and stay-and-play packages. Among the nearly 200 accommodation units are rooms, suites,…
    Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Garden of the Gods is a wellness and golf resort in Colorado Springs. The resort was founded in 1951 and is locally owned and operated and underwent an expansion project in 2017. With just 116 accommodation units spanning from spacious suites to cottages and casitas, it is smaller in scale compared to Cheyenne Mountain and The Broadmoor. But…
    Englewood, Colorado
    The Hilton Inverness Hotel Denver is located just south of the city in Englewood in the metro area's tech center. It is a 302 room and suite property that affords exclusive guest access to a private golf course, the Inverness Hotel & Golf Club. Amenities and services include free breakfast with rooms booked and a complimentary shuttle service for…
    Broomfield, Colorado
    Omni Interlocken Hotel is located in between Denver and Boulder, Colorado off Highway 36. This Omni property has 390 guest rooms and suites, Makara Spa, two outdoor pools and 27 holes of championship golf. It's location near the Colorado Rocky Mountain front range makes it a good base for mountain and hiking adventures as well as Red Rocks…
    Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Located in Colorado Springs just over an hour's drive south of Denver is the Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, a Dolce Resort. This 217-acre property features 321 guest rooms and suites and is part of the Country Club of Colorado Springs, which is home to an 18-hole golf course, tennis, fitness center and Alluvia Spa. Standard guest rooms are…
    Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Founded in 1918, The Broadmoor is one of the west's great golf hotels and among the Historic Hotels of America. It is located in Colorado Springs, about an hour's drive south of Denver and along the front range of the Rocky Mountains. This expansive property was laid out by the Olmsted Brothers and features gardens, ponds, multiple buildings…
From Denver to Colorado Springs and into the Rocky Mountains, there is a lot of exciting golf to explore in Colorado.
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