• Beaver Creek Resort

    • AVON, CO – SEASONAL – Classic mountain resort golf awaits you at Beaver Creek. Located at the top of the Centennial chair lift, this course is a pleasure for players of all ages and abilities. You’ll be greeted with holes that are challenging but fair, a heavy dose of elevation change and breathtaking views all over the course. New players should come prepared for rugged, high altitude terrain and quickly changing mountain weather. Lift tickets must be purchased before riding the chair up to the course.

  • CMC Glenwood Springs - Spring Valley Campus

    • GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO – PERMANENT – Diverse course in the shadow of the majestic Mt. Sopris. Success at CMC requires a wide variety of shots due to the rugged topography and multiple pin positions on each hole. A dedicated local club (Roaring Fork Disc Golf Club) ensured that the course is kept well and pins are moved regularly. Large cement tee pads and custom tee sign stands are installed at each hole and each sign includes views of the hole and its multiple hole positions, as well as laser accurate distances to each position. Abundance of trees creates tough lines, even on shorter holes and, while elevation change is moderate, it is utilized well on several holes. The signature “crater” hole (#2) is a must play.

  • CMC Leadville - Timberline Campus

    • True mountain challenge and beauty can be found at one of Colorado’s most remote disc golf courses. Located in the dense forest behind the Colorado Mountain College – Timberline Campus, this course offers some of the most diverse lines and spectacular views in the Rockies. The panorama at tee #1 includes a handful of the state’s tallest peaks. Leadville’s disc golf course is a destination in itself and is not to be missed.

  • Cross Creek Ranch

    • Eagle County’s newest, private disc golf course. Cross Creek Disc Golf, located in picturesque Gypsum, Colorado, is a family-operated course and getaway spot for disc golf and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels. Completely “off the grid,” with no cell signal and free of the distractions of everyday life, visitors to Cross Creek can enjoy 18 of the most scenic disc golf holes in the country whether its individual, group or tournament play.
      Players must have either an annual membership, which comes with a medallion to signify their membership to Cross Creek, or a one or three-day membership in order to schedule a tee time.

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  • Hole in the Sky DGC

    • EAGLE, CO – PERMANENT – Eagle County’s only permanent, year-round course. Features a mix of long, open holes, technical, tree-guarded baskets, and tight, wooded fairways. The Eagle River also comes into play on a handful holes. All pavement (parking lot, bike path) is O.B. Gravel parking lots are not out of bounds. Windy days are common, so bring your A game. Course is on mixed-use land that is occasionally used for bike races, horse paddocks, etc. Be aware that some holes may be unplayable due to other events taking place, and always yield to pedestrians.

  • Peak One DGC

    • One of the Rockies most historic and popular courses, Peak One DGC in Frisco has variety and views in abundance. Located on the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area, its panorama included Dillon Reservoir as well as the surrounding mountain ranges. The variety also extends to the layout which includes tree lined fairways, multiple pin positions and plenty of length.

  • Singletree DGC

    • Situated on a raised plateau above the town of Edwards, features many precarious basket placements right on the edge of a steep drop off. A scattering of small trees guard a few of the pin positions and good use of elevation change adds challenge to the open holes. Prevailing west winds can also come into play, usually blowing discs straight toward the cliff.

  • Sunlight Mountain DGC

    • Beauty meets challenge at Colorado’s newest resort disc golf course. Sunlight features a variety of challenges including tight, tree-lined fairways, long uphill tee shots, and huge downhill drives. Sunlight’s course is free to play. Follow the orange arrows that point from baskets to the next tee. Please respect the land by packing out your trash (there are no trash cans on the course). There is significant elevation change on the course and some very steep hikes. Wear appropriate footwear and be prepared for rapidly changing weather and the possibility for sudden, mountain storms. Established and maintained by Sunlight Mountain Inn and the Roaring Fork Disc Golf club.