Few Golf Courses in the world can boast of such a naturally beautiful backdrop than the Vail Valley. Your extraordinary Golf experience includes the highest level of course service, pro training and lessons, and the scenery might make you miss a fairway or two. Join us on our stunning Vail, Colorado golf courses.

Presidents and Celebrities have been known to play 18 all over the Vail Valley. The former president, Jerry Ford was the most notable with a tournament named after him at the Vail Public Golf Course.

Choose from the stunning courses below and start dreaming about your next tee time.

Beaver Creek Golf Course

Beaver Creek Golf Course

Phone Number - (970) 754-5775

  • Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr
  • Stunningly beautiful Rocky Mountains
  • Located 5 minutes from The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch
  • 6,784 yards

Beaver Creek Golf Course Web site 

Red Sky Golf Club

Phone Number - (970) 754-8425

- Two courses designed by Greg Norman and Tom Fazio
- Both courses ranked in Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses You Can Play"
- Guests of  The Ritz-Carlton may enjoy the 13,000-square-foot Guest Clubhouse, located on the Fazio course
- Tom Fazio Course -- 7,113 yards
- Special pricing for groups of 20 or more

Red Sky Golf Club Web site 


Gypsum Creek Golf Club

Phone Number - (970) 524-6200
  • The only Pete Dye signature course in the Vail Valley
  • 7,052 yard course



Sonnenalp Golf Club

  • Designed by Bob Cupp and Jay Morrish
  • 7,100 yard Scottish links-style Colorado golf course
  • Located 10 minutes west of The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch
  • Recognized by Golf Digest as on of their "Top 100 Resort Courses"



Eagle-Vail Golf Club

  • A Devlin/Von Hagge designed course
  • Located between the resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek
  • 6,819-yard championship Colorado golf course
  • Also featured at Eagle-Vail is the par-3 Willow course



Vail Golf Club

(970) 479-2260

  • Ben Krueger designed the course in 1963
  • 8,200 feet in elevation
  • 7,024 yard course



Eagle Ranch Golf Club

  • Arnold Palmer-designed course
  • 6,600 feet in elevation
  • 7,575 yards