Rocky Mountain Golf Courses

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Golf Courses

There are excellent golf courses in the Rocky Mountain National Park area. And because they are mountain golf courses, you will enjoy spectacular scenery as a bonus. No matter where you are lodging in the Rocky Mountain National Park area, there will be a golf course quite near to you.

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The golf courses in the Rocky Mountain National Park area all have breathtaking vistas.

Silver Creek offers up four golf courses. The Grand Elk Golf Club is an 18 hole Heathland Style course designed by Craig Stadler. It is located just across the road from the Inn at Silver Creek.

The picturesque Grand Lake Golf Course is located 20 miles from Silver Creek near Rocky Mountain National Park.

The Headwaters at Granby Ranch is a new 18 hole course on the beautiful Fraser River, three miles from Silver Creek.

You can also play the award-winning Pole Creek Golf Club, which is just seven miles from Silver Creek.

Yes, balls travel farther in the thin Estes Park air... but not any straighter!

Estes Park has two golf courses, both open to the public. Miniature golf is a traditional favorite family activity so they are included too!

The front nine of SolVista Golf & Ski Ranch layout, located in uncrowded Grand County, is called the Meadows nine. It's a beautiful, playable 3,630 yards at par 36 running along the Fraser River and visited daily by Amtrak, giving it a feel of the golf courses in Scotland or England.

There's a definite valley-floor feel, mountain-links character with native wetlands, grasses and water coming in to play. The greens have subtle breaks, which make them tricky to read, but overall this is a friendly layout.

The back nine named The Ridge, runs back up toward SolVista's ski lifts and ski community (formerly Silver Creek) and has much more of an elevation change as it climbs into the sage valleys and draws of the property.

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The Colorado Golf Association was designed to promote the interests of men, women, and young Colorado golfers.