The Breckenridge Golf Club provides guests with pristine fairways and manicured greens for an unforgettable and challenging golf experience. This Breckenridge landmark is the only municipality in the world to boast a Jack Nicklaus-designed, 27-hole golf course.
Opened in 1985, this course has received numerous national and regional honors, including "best mountain course" and "toughest mountain course" (awarded by the Colorado Golfer, the state golf newspaper). In addition, Golf Digest rates the Breckenridge Golf Course as one of their top "upscale places to play" in the nation. The course is also Zagat-rated.
Situated in the beautiful, glacier-sculpted Upper Blue Mountain Valley, the clubhouse elevation is 9,324 feet. Here, the golf ball flies farther than at lower elevations, because of the thinner air. There are four sets of tees, so each golfer can select the challenge equal to his or her game.
Whether you choose the Bear Course, the Beaver Course, or the newest addition, Elk Course, you are sure to have an excellent, although challenging, experience. The surrounding beauty is enough to bring you back.