Course Information and Pricing
Complimentary transportation provided to/from all Cordillera owned courses.
The Valley Course
Open April 15th & Coses October 26th
- A Tom Fazio Signature Design
- 18 holes
- 7,091 yards
- Par 71
Considered to be one of the best course designers in the world today, Tom Fazio has sculpted the 7,091-yard, Par 71, 18-hole Valley Course into the high mountain desert topography of the Cordillera Valley Club. The primarily southern exposure and low elevation allows this spectacular course to remain open for an extended playing season.
The Mountain Course
Open May 27th & Closes October 9th
- A Hale Irwin Signature Design
- 18 holes
- 7,457 yards
- Par 72
Three time U.S. Open winner Hale Irwin has designed the resort's 18-hole Mountain Course situated on the Ranch at Cordillera. The 7,457-yard, par 72 course follows the natural mountain terrain and brings into play a variety of challenges; elevated trees, narrow fairways, and rolling, high alpine meadows.
The Summit Course
Open June 10th & Closes September 25th
- A Jack Nicklaus Signature Design
- 18 holes
- 7,530 yards
- Par 72
This Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course has been crafted on 190 mountaintop acres, and takes advantage of the natural, rolling terrain of the sage- and spruce-covered hills Stunning, hundred-mile views of the Rockies await every player.
The Short Course
Open May 20th & Closes October 8th
- A Dave Pelz Signature Design
- 9 holes
- 1,257 yards
- Par 27
A well regarded short game teaching professional, Dave Pelz has created a unique golf amenity for The Club at Cordillera. Poised to grace the high alpine terrain of the Divide, the 9-hole short game course is sophisticated enough for serious golfers who wish to develop a stronger short game, and relaxed enough for the whole family to enjoy.
Red Sky Golf Courses
Located just 15 minutes from the Lodge, Red Sky Ranch Golf Club features two signature courses designed by some of the best in golf. Tom Fazio and Greg Norman have each sculpted a piece of Colorado into an alpine playground that rewards your highest expectations. The courses are separated by a massive ridge, which serves as wildlife migration corridor for deer and elk. Great care was taken to preserve the natural landscape, including transplanting or re-vegetation of more than 25,000 native plants during the construction of the Tom Fazio golf course alone.
Approximately 80 acres of sod was applied to each course, reducing the amount of fertilizer necessary for seed grow-in, which protected the nearby Eagle River from silt erosion, which common when seed is used. Both courses have breath-taking views and are registered as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries.
Two masterful courses weave through 800 acres of historic ranchlands filled with sage, aspen groves, and spectacular mountain vistas. These courses were voted #2 and #3 in the State of Colorado and are mountain courses that are unforgettable.