Beaver Creek unveils new clubhouse, improved golf course
Vail CO, Colorado
BEAVER CREEK ” A fully renovated clubhouse and improved course will greet golf enthusiasts in Beaver Creek starting June 2.
The 18-hole championship Beaver Creek Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. will offer limited public play from June 2-14 and Sept. 16 – Oct.14. The course will be open to club members and Beaver Creek Resort, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead resort guests from June 15- Sept. 15.
Clubhouse amenities include a new golf shop, new members lounge and the new Rendezvous Club restaurant. The golf shop has moved from the main level to the lower level of the building and, for the first time, offers locker space for guests. Members can enjoy a lounge area more than double the size of the previous lounge.
The lounge has moved from the lower to the upper level and features high-vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and luxury furnishings from Slifer Designs. Replacing the former Holden’s restaurant on the upper level, the Rendezvous Club is located on the main level and will be open to the public for lunch seven days per week starting June 15. The bar will remain open through the early evening.
This summer marks the end of a large-scale course improvement project. Crews have spent the past three years working to reshape all of the bunkers on course, aligning them more closely with their original design and installing a new drainage system and new sand for better playability. Golfers will also find new cart paths, a new fleet of golf carts and new landscaping.
From June 2-14, price is $85 for 18 holes, $60 for nine holes. Juniors under 18 years of age can play 18 holes for $65. A special twilight rate is available after 3 p.m. for $55.
Golfers who show proof of Eagle or Summit County residence can play 18 holes for $65 or nine holes for $50. All fees are per person and include carts and range balls. Aspiring and expert female golfers can celebrate PGA Women’s Week with a free instructional workshop taught by Beaver Creek golf professionals from 3-4 p.m. on June 5.