The Club at Cordillera
The Club at Cordillera is a private, members- only club managed by Troon, with membership open to Cordillera property owners and the public. Go to www.cordillera-vail.com for membership information.
The Valley Course
Open April 15 – October 23
The Valley Course is located across the Eagle River from Cordillera. Designed by Tom Fazio, the course is differentiated by its wide open fairways and mountain desert topography.
It also has a lower elevation, from 1,000 to 2,000 feet less than the other two courses, affording it warmer temperatures and an extended season.
The members-only Chaparral Restaurant open during the season, has an option for every palate, with American favorites and carefully selected and prepared Mexican dishes also.
The Mountain Course
Open May 20 – October 9
Inspired by the rolling, high mountainous terrain and a postcard perfect setting, the Mountain Course is a Hale Irwin signature design. Capturing the feel of the landscape was important to Irwin, a three-time US Open Champion. Formerly a working ranch, the course spans ridges, meadows and forests, promising challenges for all. It is common to see elk and deer cross the fairways, and golfers find themselves pausing just to take in the natural beauty of this Rocky Mountain track.
There is a practice area with driving range at the beginning of the course.
The members- only TimberHearth restaurant is located right off the practice area. With a three-story river stone fireplace, cozy mountain furniture, an outside firepit and patio, the TimberHearth serves American cuisine with a Western flair.
The Summit Course
Open June 10 – September 23
This Jack Nicklaus- designed signature course has been created on 190 mountain top acres, taking advantage of the rolling terrain of the sage and spruce tree covered mountain range.
Stunning views of the Rockies add to the joy of playing such a challenging, beautiful course. Deer and elk herds—and an occasional bear– also call the course their own, in case players forget that this land is theirs also. As on the Mountain Course, players may pause frequently just to take it all in.
The members-only Summit Clubhouse has a casual, mountain atmosphere, providing seasonal, classic American fare with sweeping views of the Continental Divide.
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