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Golfing in Summit County

The five golf courses in Summit County offer magnificent views in classic mountain settings. Be sure to reserve tee times, golf is a very popular summer activity in Summit County.

The Perrys

Golf Clubs in and around Summit County

This Jack Nichlaus-designed course is designed to work with the terrain to enhance the golfing experience. The 72-par course offers three 18-hole rotations that meander through mountain valleys, forests and streams with breathtaking views.

The Copper Creek Golf course is the highest championship golf course in North America, topping out at 9,712 feet. Don't worry, balls travel further at altitude. The 70 par, 18-hole course, was designed by renowned course architects Pete and Perry Dye.

The 72-par Keystone Ranch Course is designed in true Scottish tradition. I winds through a mountain valley and around a lake surrounded by stunning peaks.

Keystone's River Course is a 71-par championship course designed by Dana Fry and Dr. Michael Hurdzen, known for their environmentally friendly designs. The front nine holes wind along the Snake River, while the back nine feature stunning mountain vistas.

Located in Leadville, this 9-hole course winds its way along the edge of the San Isabel National Forest.

The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is considered one of the top courses in the country and, without hesitation, the best mountain course in Colorado.

The mountain-style, 18-hole course, located in Vail features unique fairways, smooth putting surfaces and a scenic layout amidst the White River National Forest highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range. The Vail course features 7,024 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.