2017 Colorado Private Club Guide: Mountain Region

Initiation prices, dues, info and more for the private country clubs and communities in the mountains.

The Club at Cordillera

The Club at Cordillera – Edwards
Initiation: Starting at $35,000
Call: 970-569-6418 Web: cordillera-vail.com
Contact: Suzanne Morgan, [email protected]

  • Spanning 2,000 feet of elevation change and 7,000 acres, each of our Three 18-hole Championship Courses—Valley (7,200 feet), Mountain (8,250) and Summit (9,200)—has its own clubhouse and offers golf experiences as distinctive as their respective architects: Tom Fazio, Hale Irwin and Jack Nicklaus. The courses offer three different altitudes, topographies, climates and weather patterns.
  • Experienced and novice players can enjoy nine holes on our uniquely challenging Dave Pelz-designed Short Course.
  • Take a golf lesson from Nationally Ranked Top 50 Instructor Tim Mahoney, who makes his summer headquarters at the club.
  • Whether ice-skating on our 9,600-square-foot outdoor rink or taking a backcountry jeep tour, you’ll find we’re a true four-season year ‘round club that embraces the active Vail Valley lifestyle.
  • In addition to skiing and snowboarding at nearby Beaver Creek and Vail, the club boasts a Nordic Center and private groomed areas for sledding, tubing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing—both classic and skate—on seven miles of groomed tracks encompassing the entire Mountain Course.
  • The warmer months bring golf, clay-court tennis, fly-fishing on 1.3 private miles of the Eagle River and fishing in five trout-stocked ponds.
  • Hike, mountain bike or ride on horseback along the club’s 31-mile trail network that extends into the three million-acre White River National Forest.
  • Members make the most of the club’s two fitness centers and five swimming pools with daily fitness classes and organized events.
  • Our three restaurants—Chaparral, TimberHearth, and Summit—offer distinctive cuisine and casual yet refined mountain atmospheres.
  • As part of TROON PRIVÉ, Cordillera members have the privilege of playing at any of the network’s 85 private clubs for the host club’s cart fee rate. Members are also entitled to bring up to three guests that will play for the host clubs accompanied rates.

Frost Creek Clubhouse

Frost Creek Club – Eagle
Initiation: $20,000 (Eagle Co. Residents)/$15,000 (nonresidents) Dues: $7,500/$5,000 annually
Call: 970-328-2326  Web: frostcreek.com
Contact: Mike Gibbs, [email protected]

  • Access to an 18-hole Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course and a 40,000-square-foot clubhouse
  • More than a golf club—a true Colorado Mountain Club offering members a portal into the mountain lifestyle
  • A “Member Jeep” can be checked out and taken on adventures by members
  • Stand up paddle boards available for members and guests to use on club ponds and at nearby Sylvan Lake State Park
  • Private, on-property fishing on Brush Creek and stocked ponds
  • An activities director to help plan fun customized mountain outings and to provide ongoing programming for members
  • A true destination club with member cottages for national and regional members to stay when they visit
  • Our greenkeeper came from Augusta National Golf Club
  • The fastest growing club in Colorado
  • Originally conceived for development as a private ski resort
  • Real estate for sale. Home sites vary in size, price point and location on the property
  • Membership levels include Eagle County residents, nonresidents and sport/social

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Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide

Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide: It’s Not Just About the Golf

Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide: Changing the Game

Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide: Denver Region

Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide: Southern Region

Colorado AvidGolfer Private Club Guide: Club Directory

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