Colorado Golf Courses, Golf Resorts & Photos
Colorado's golf resorts, golf courses, luxury hotels and condominiums make Colorado an excellent location for your golf vacation.
Colorado is the best place in America to play golf--six months of the year. Other months Colorado becomes the best place in America to ski. The luxury ski accommodations are cheaper for golfers.
Our Summers offer sunny days, low humidity, cooler temperatures, spectacular scenery and few pesky bugs.
The mountain golf season, however, runs only from May through October. Other areas of the state have longer seasons.
Colorado "golf resorts" are usually near the ski areas where golf courses, hotels and condominiums are at the base of the mountain.
We have only a few "traditional" golf resorts--huge hotels and multiple adjacent golf courses. We have many more condominiums with golf courses nearby.
Get your tee times before coming to Colorado!
Most Colorado courses allow golfers to call for tee times 6-7 days in advance. Visitors, however, want guaranteed tee times before they book their vacations!
Some golf courses do grant tee times months in advance---for an additional fee.
Our member hotels and condominiums are affiliated with golf courses and can get their guests guaranteed tee times months in advance---without additional fees!
Thousands of ski area condominiums were built to rent for high rates during the ski season. They offer much lower rates in the summer. These luxury furnished condominiums are great for large families and couples traveling together.
Call the hotels and condominiums shown on this web site. They are affiliated with golf courses and understand golfers' needs.
You have to stay overnight somewhere! Stay where your hotel or condominium can arrange guaranteed tee times.
Visit the tourism web site www.colorado.com and get a free Official State Vacation Guide and map by calling 1-800-COLORADO.
The Colorado Golf Resort Association is administered by John Edwards. He is the National President of the Golf Travel Writers of America and heads the Rocky Mountain Golf Writers Association. For 27 years he has edited the Colorado Golfer, the state golf newspape which is now online at www.ColoradoGolferNews.com.