Beaver Creek Golf Club opens to public today
Locals and guests can now play at early-season golf rates at the Beaver Creek Golf Club. The club opens for the summer season today.
From May 7-June 14, Eagle and Summit County residents who show proof of residency can play 18 holes for $60 or nine holes for $45. Non residents can play during this period for $80 for 18 holes or $60 for nine holes. Juniors can play 18 holes for $60. A twilight rate of $45 is available to all players teeing off after 3 p.m. All fees are per-person and include carts and range balls. Tee-time restrictions apply.
The Beaver Creek Golf Course is a 6,750-yard, 18-hole championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The course was named a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary in 2003 by the Audubon Society, meeting the society’s requirements to be designated as a wildlife sanctuary.
The course is open to the public from May 7-June 14 and Sept. 16-Oct. 17. From June 15-Sept. 15, the club is open to members and guests staying at Beaver Creek properties.
To reserve tee times, call Beaver Creek Golf Club at (970) 845-5775. To book golf packages, visit http://www.beavercreek.com.
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