Fall Golf in Keystone

As summer dwindles away, it may be the best time to experience golf at the Keystone Resort.

Photo by Jeff Andrew courtesy Keystone Resort

Perfect weather, superb conditions, amazing colors. These are just a few reasons why fall is the best time to play golf in Keystone. With two distinct courses featuring 36 fun and challenging holes, panoramic views, and excellent service, and know you want to set aside a whole day (or two) to play.

Imagine teeing off perched high above the first fairway and launching your ball into the clear Rocky Mountain air. The River Course will add an element of drama to your game and delight golfers of all abilities with big elevation changes and magnificent views of surrounding peaks and Lake Dillon as you journey around the Snake River and through a lodgepole pine forest.

Photo by Allen Kennedy courtesy Keystone Resort

Feel the welcoming atmosphere of the Ranch as you arrive at this hidden valley gem. Keystone Ranch is sculpted into historic ranching land amid a tranquil mountain valley, inspiring and challenging golfers as you play around pine forest, sage meadows, and a 9-acre lake. Admire the incredible sunsets from the fairways of this amazing natural links-style course and then enjoy dinner at the award-winning Keystone Ranch Restaurant.

If you want to play more, check out our exceptional Stay & Play packages. When you stay, you can take advantage of unlimited same-day golf and, if you stay two or more nights, you get free golf on your day of arrival. Keystone is more than a ski resort, it’s a world-class golf resort with summer activities for the whole family. Experience two championship golf courses, lift-accessed mountain-top hiking and downhill mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, paddle boating, sailing on Lake Dillon, and so much more.

All Keystone Golf rates include greens fees, golf car rental, practice facility access, and practice balls. Appropriate golf attire, including a golf shirt and non-denim pants, shorts, or golf skirt, is required for play.

Visit www.GolfKeystone.com to book your tee times today or call (970) 496-1520 for additional information.

Photo by Jeff Andrew courtesy Keystone Resort

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