Breckenridge is the only town in the world to own a 27-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course first opened in 1985, and in 2001, the town opened another nine holes designed by Nicklaus. This newest addition to the Breckenridge Golf Club, named Elk nine, offers more elevation change than the Bear and Beaver nines. All sit in the picturesque glacier-sculpted Upper Blue mountain valley. Read more
At an elevation of 9,324 feet, golf balls fly farther and straighter than at lower elevations because there is less air resistance. The course has four sets of tees to select the challenge equal to your game. Each set plays to a par 72. To make your golf game even more enjoyable, typical daytime summer temperatures range from 65 to 80 degrees.
The Breckenridge Golf Club House sits at an elevation of 9,324 feet, and the golf course winds through a breathtaking valley. The Breckenridge Golf Club has one of the best golf shops in the nation, according to GolfShop Operations, which placed it in the top 100 of America's best golf shops for eight years. The club also has a grass tee driving range, two practice putting and chipping greens and an area for practicing sand bunker shots. Golf instructors are available to help you rise to the top of your game. After playing a round, you can enjoy the full menu and bar at The Club 28 Restaurant. The restaurant hosts a barbecue every Thursday night. It also provides on-course cart service, with hot food and boxed lunches.
Executive Breckenridge Colorado homes line the Breckenridge Golf Club, with views of mountain peaks and manicured greens. Most of the homes start at 4,000 square feet and feature a mountain architecture look, with massive wooden beams, rock accents, two- or three-car garages, open floor plans and expansive windows. All of the lots include Breckenridge town services and amenities, such as water, sewer, underground utilities and paved roadways. Watch for wildlife, like elk, beavers and moose, stroll through the area.
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