Mountain Course
at Broadmoor Golf Club

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54-Hole (Resort)
Mountain Course at Broadmoor Golf Club
1 Lake Circle
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
United States
Phone: (719)577-5790

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About the Club

Year built: 1976
Designer: Arnold Palmer & Ed Seay
Club type: Resort
Season: Open all year
Guest Policy: Closed
Dress Code: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda short required
Metal Spikes: Allowed
Fivesomes: Allowed
Green Fees: $55.00-$95.00

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Pace of Play: Pace of play: 0
Money Value: Money value: 0
Tees: Tees: 0
Service: Service: 0

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This facility, which was named to "GOLF Magazine's" 1998 list of "Gold Medal Resorts," features three eighteen hole courses that were built by well-known designers. The East and West courses are near the resort and are similar in design. Both of these courses are fairly open, with large trees that can alter your shots, and putting greens that can be difficult to read. The original Donald Ross design was split up among the East and West courses. Jack Nicklaus clinched the 1959 U.S. Amateur on hole #18, which is now #15 on the East Course. Annika Sorenstam won the 1995 U.S. Open on the East Course. "Golf Digest" rated the East Course 2nd and the West Course 6th among the "Best Public Course's" in the state for 1996. In addition, "GOLF Magazine" rated the East Course 67th best under the 1998 category of the "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S." "Golf for Women" rated the same course 5th best of "America's Best Women-Friendly Courses." In 1992, "Golf Digest" ranked it 29th among the "Top Resort Courses," and awarded it 58th in the category of the "Top 75 Upscale Courses." The same publication rated the East Course as the 10th "Best in State" course for 1995-96, and 15th best for 1997-98. The West Course was awarded 58th place among the "Top 75 Resort Courses" for 1992, and it was rated as the 16th "Best in State" course for 1995-96. Probably the greatest challenge of all three courses is the putting. The subtle breaks never seem to go the way you think. What you have to remember is that all your putts break away from the mountains. The South Course was built in the foothills and is a bit more difficult due to its narrow fairways and the natural terrain that becomes part of the hazards you encounter. Again, the putting is difficult. "Golf Digest" rated this as the 19th "Best in State" course for 1995. The East and West courses may only be played by club members and guests of the resort. The Mountain Course has limited open play.

Greens:  Bent Grass
Fairways:  Bermuda Grass
Number of Sand Bunkers:  101-999
Water Hazards in Play:  No


Blue 6781 72.1 133 72
White 6108 69.1 120 72
Red 5609 71.5 126 72
Yellow 4834 67.3 117 72

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