Copper Mountain Resort
About Copper Mountain ResortCopper 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 of various types and sizes up to multi-bedroom villas in three distinct villages at Copper Mountain and accommodations in the East Village provide the easiest access to the golf course. Guests of an official Copper Mountain property save on green fees to the golf course.
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Elevation is an issue...
The course is at 10k feet. Course conditions reflect this. Keep in mind the elevation at the effects it can have on your body and mind. I always felt out of breath and lacking in energy. This course works its way around the Copper ski area. Its very hilly with lots of blind shots. Some fairly funky holes. Glad we played it but would not return.
Very nice mountain golf course. Beautiful views. Course very player friendly but still a challenge for the average golfer.
I’m no avid golfer, but this was a gorgeous course and the staff was super friendly:)
Mountain course. Very pretty.
Mountain course. Still snow in places. Course in great shape considering the winter we had.
Great little mountain course!
Play here all the time ..best value in summit County!!! dry this summer so some greens were not perfect but that's the same on all the courses here this summer...highly recommend Copper!
The greens were very short and VERY fast, we all agreed, but it was the end of the season in a few days. Other than that, really liked it.
Had excellent weather and the course was in pretty good condition for late September at 9000 feet!
Nice challenge without being overwhelmed! We thougherly enjoyed ourselves.
Slow play, poor conditions.
Great weather, very slow play. After 3 1/2 hours and 12 holes we threw in the towel. Course is located in a very beautiful area, however the construction noise and the construction obstacles ruin the aura. Management needs to adjust the green fees to compensate for the above. Better values can be found!
Slow play with a noisy layout
Beautiful afternoon, course located near busy roads with noise and construction. Very slow play, after 3 1/2 hours finished 12 holes, "threw in the towel"! I realize the season is short in this particular area of Colorado, however management should adjust the green fees accordingly, and not just jam all the golfers on the course to squeeze profits. Better courses with better conditions and rates can be found.
Greens were worn out, some fairways grass very thin,
But challenging par 3 & 5 holes.
Middle of a construction zone
Front nine is surrounded by big time construction project. Need a hard hat not a golf hat. Greens in bad shape. This place is a ski resort not a golf course. Got a super saver rate of $69 and still felt like we overpaid.
Fairways are narrow. The course layout has interest. The greens are very tough to read. The mountain/valley effect makes tee reading difficult. There was no outside service help.