Golfing in the Vail Valley

With a background featuring towering mountains, rivers and pines, it’s no wonder why Golf is such a popular activity in the Vail Valley.

1. Vail Golf Club

Highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range, Vail’s mountain-style, 18-hole course features unique fairways, smooth putting surfaces and a scenic layout amidst the White River National Forest.  For more information visit Vail Golf Club.

1. EagleVail Golf Club

EagleVail Golf Club offers a full 18 hole course as well as the Willow Creek Par 3. It offers leagues, lessons and has a restaurant inside of the clubhouse. Created in the 1970s, it stands as one of the more established golf courses in the area.  For more information visit

2. Eagle Ranch Golf Club

Eagle Ranch Golf Club has a bit more rugged terrain than most of the courses. Their 18 hole course can be a little more rigorous, but they offer decent rates and have a knowledgeable staff.  For more information visit

3. Gypsum Creek Golf Course

With rolling fairways and ridges of luxurious homes surrounding the course, Gypsum Creek offers very open scenery. As with the others, they offer leagues and lessons and have a restaurant on the course.  For more information visit

4. Red Sky Ranch

Steeper Fairways, an abundance of bunkers and thicker grass make this a bit of a challenging course. The course is more or less on a hillside, but this is a course that more experienced golfers will enjoy.  For more information visit

5. Beaver Creek Golf Club

One of the more well-groomed courses, Beaver Creek Golf Course is one of the older courses along with EagleVail Golf Club. It was established in 1982 and showcases the beautiful scenery of the Vail Valley.  For more information visit



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