Twice the Golf
WITH ITS PALATIAL Tuscan-style clubhouse, refined steakhouse, sprawling aquatic complex, views of Pikes Peak and expansive spa and athletic facility, The Club at Flying Horse remains one of Colorado’s most impressive private enclaves.
In 2020, its 17-year-old Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course—7,301 yards of split fairways, inventive bunkering, water and multitiered greens on sloping, tree-lined terrain—was joined by the 7,100-yard Flying Horse North. Located in the Black Forest, six miles northeast of the original course, and designed by former Weiskopf associate Phil Smith, the newer course roller coasters dramatically through stands of ponderosa pines, with four holes spilling into the prairie on the other side of the Palmer Divide before returning to the trees. A par-3 19th hole provides a bet-settling finishing note.
Guests staying in the luxurious Lodge at Flying Horse or its four resort Villas can make tee times at both courses. The two courses counterpoint each other beautifully, providing utterly different but equally enjoyable playing experiences.