The Breckenridge Golf Club is the best on the planet. Play the course and see how far and straight the balls fly at roughly 9,300 feet above sea level. You’ll play through meadows, stands of stately pines and groves of aspen, across valley streams and around beaver ponds. Native grasses, sagebrush and natural wetlands form the idyllic mountain setting below the jagged peaks of the Ten-Mile Range. Twenty-seven holes make up the rambling course. Each plays differently than the next, and you can play any combination of the three sets of the nines: The Bear (named for The Golden Bear, its designer Jack Nicklaus); The Beaver, and The Elk. This is the only 27-hole Nicklaus-designed municipal course in the world. Weather-dependent, it’s usually open from late May through the first weekend in October when early- and late-season rates apply.
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