Aspen Golf Club History

Designed by Frank Hummel,  the Aspen Golf Club provides a challenging 18-hole course set in the heart of the Rockies and Roaring Fork Valley. With four sets of tees, the course accommodates all levels of play. One of its unmistakable traits is water being featured on almost every hole. The design of the course is a Parkland style, which is defined by undulating greens with water coming into play on 14 of 18 holes. From the back tees, the course measures 7165 yards, making it known as one of the longest municipal courses in the state.

The Aspen Golf Club, has been ranked as the 21st Best U.S. Municipal Golf Course, and the #1 Municipal Course in Colorado, by Golfweek Magazine for 2009-10. 

The Aspen Golf Club is located two miles from downtown Aspen. The entire course accentuates views of the Continental Divide, Pyramid Peak, Mt. Hayden, Independence Pass, Hunter Creek Valley, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk Mountain. The Club is also a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. 

As well as breathtaking scenery, the Aspen Golf Club offers a challenging golf experience.