36-Holes and More at the Keystone Resort
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36-Holes and More at the Keystone Resort

Colorado Avid Golfer

The River and Ranch courses at the Keystone Resort are an ultimate summer golf destination

Keystone Resort is the ultimate summer destination. Just a short drive from Denver, Keystone features two award-winning golf courses and countless resort activities for the whole family. There is truly something for every member of the family at Keystone, with activities including world-class golf, mountain-top hiking, lift-accessed mountain biking, fishing the Snake River, horseback riding, paddle boating on Keystone Lake, relaxing at the spa, or enjoying a festival in the village. With free golf on your day of arrival, free evening golf for kids, and unlimited same-day play, golfers will see why Keystone Resort is one of the best stay & play destinations in Colorado.

Keystone offers 36 holes of Rocky Mountain golf on two distinctly different courses. Golfers journey up and down through pine forests and sage meadows, over the Snake River, and around a 9-acre lake as they experience Keystone Ranch and The River Course.

Keystone Ranch features a beautiful and challenging mountain valley design by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. set among the original homestead and barns from the early 1900’s lettuce and dairy farm that once thrived there. Golfers of all abilities can appreciate the shot-making required to conquer this awesome course with four sets of tees ranging from 5,041 to 7,017 yards or our forward short-course orange tees at only 2,635 yards. Take time to admire the panoramic views and incredible sunsets from the fairways of this amazing course as you listen to the elk bugle and the coyotes howl.

The River Course at Keystone is an environmentally friendly design by Hurdzan-Fry featuring five sets of tees ranging from 4,748 to 6,886 yards and offering forward short-course orange tees at 2,561 yards. Imagine teeing off nearly 200 yards in elevation above the green and launching your ball into the clear Rocky Mountain air. That’s what golfers experience on the 16th hole, along with views of the Continental Divide, Soda Creek Valley and Lake Dillon. The River Course will add an element of drama to your game and delight golfers of all abilities. Add magnificent views of snowy peaks and frequent visits from wildlife and it’s easy to see why this is a golfing experience unlike any other.