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Summit County has 5 golf courses!

Keystone: The Ranch and River Courses: _______ The Ranch Course ~ Keystone, Colorado 18 hole regulation. Par 72. _____ Over the ridge from the hustle and bustle of the Keystone Resort, the Ranch Course lies in a peaceful valley surrounded by National Forest and the mountains of Keystone, North Peak, and Swan. The clubhouse has been converted from the original ranch house, and other historic ranch cabins decorate the landscape as well. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, the course encompasses pine forests, sage meadows, and a 9 acre lake. Watch out for elk! ____ Directions: From I-70 exit mile 205 (75 miles west of Denver, 30 miles east of Vail), take Hwy. 6 south 6 miles into Keystone. Turn right at the light onto Keystone Rd, right at stop onto Soda Ridge Rd, left at stop onto Keystone Gulch Rd, to end. ____ http://www.keystoneresort.com/golf/keystone-ranch.aspx ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The River Course ~ Keystone 18 hole regulation. Par 71. ____ Dana Fry and Dr. Michael Hurdzan designed this new course along the Snake River in Keystone to take advantage of the spectacular scenery in all directions. Pine forests, wildflower meadows, snowy mountain peaks, and glimpses of Lake Dillon hopefully won´t be too distracting! Directions: From I-70, exit at Dillon, mile 205. Take Hwy 9 south into Keystone, about 6 miles. Turn right onto River Course Drive. ____ details http://www.keystoneresort.com/golf/the-river-course.aspx PHONE: 800-464-3494

Summit County has 5 golf courses!

Copper Mountain: Copper Creek Golf Course

18 hole regulation. Par 70 __ The Copper Creek course is the highest championship course in North America. It was designed by Pete and Perry Dyes. The course is set in a small valley so is smaller than most, so accuracy is the key here, more than distance. The valley is surrounded by high mountain peaks, snowcapped year round. The course includes pine forests, and historic reminders of its mining past. ___ Directions: 75 miles west of Denver. Take 1-70 to the Copper Mountain exit No. 195, 1st right after the overpass takes you into the Copper Mountain Resort. Follow the signs to Copper Creek Golf Club. _____ details http://www.coppercolorado.com/summer/golf PHONE (866) 677-1663

Copper Mountain: Copper Creek Golf Course
Copper Mountain: Copper Creek Golf Course

Breckenridge & Silverthorne:

Breckenridge Golf Club: 27 Hole. Par 72. __ Set in the Swan River Valley just north of town, the Breckenridge course is another natural Summit County beauty! Wetlands, beaver ponds, wildflower meadows, streams, and vistas of the surrounding mountain ranges all add to the character of the golf club. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, and operated by the town of Breckenridge. Do golf balls really fly farther at 10,000 feet? ___ Directions: From Interstate 70, take exit 203 and turn south on Highway 9. Go 7 miles to Tiger Road. Turn left on Tiger Road and look for the course on your right, turn on to Clubhouse Drive. If you are already in Breckenridge, drive north on Highway 9, then right on Tiger Road. ______ details http://www.nicklaus.com/design/breckenridge/ Phone: 970-453-9104. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Raven at Three Peaks ~ Silverthorne 18 hole regulation. Par 72. __ Remember the Eagles Nest course? Intrawest, a developer of ski and golf resorts throughout North America, purchased the Eagles Nest golf course and the surrounding undeveloped land a few years ago. The 18 hole championship course was then redesigned by Tom Lehman/Hurdzan-Fry. They then joined forces with the Raven Clubs, and together they have made some impressive improvements! The course winds its way up Buffalo Mountain, through the forest and the Three Peaks neighborhood. The scenery is spectacular! Snowcapped mountain peaks, aspen groves, pine forests, wildflower meadows; gorgeous! The new clubhouse features a golf shop, restaurant, patio dining, and "cart-through" refreshments. Members enjoy a private lounge, lockers, and their own sun deck. (Club members also have access to the Ranch House picnic area and playground, as well as to the Three Peaks Club at Copper Mountain.) The "lodge-themed" clubhouse blends beautifully into this mountain setting, with its rustic design and décor. Directions: From I-70 (75 miles west of Denver, 30 miles east of Vail), take Silverthorne exit 205 to Hwy 9 North. Drive about 3 miles, you will see the golf course to your left (east side of Hwy 9), then turn left on . The clubhouse is just up the hill, on your right. ____ details http://ravenatthreepeaks.com/ PHONE (970) 262-3636

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