This gorgeous Pete Dye designed 18-hole public championship golf course is located in Gypsum, Colorado. Gypsum is know for it’s mild winters and warm summer seasons that lends to Gypsum Creek Golf Course having the longest playing season in the Vail valley. Part of this challenging course is perched atop a steep sage-covered mesa that looks out across the surrounding Red Table Mountains. You can be easily distracted by the views but stay on your toes, because this golf course demands your full concentration.
Golfers will enjoy many challenging layout features including rolling fairways flanked on both sides with native pinion and juniper trees. The uneven, surprising terrain provides exciting play and include steep drop-offs and tricky twists and turns. There are several formidable holes but the toughest, by far, is their signature, par-5 sixth hole. Thanks to the prevailing winds, and dramatic approach even the best golfers will struggle making this hole in two.
This course is popular but not overly crowded, and it seems like the weather is always nicer than up-valley.
Enjoy drinks and dinner on-site after your golf game at the Gypsum Creekside Clubhouse & Grill.
I love the Gypsum Creek Golf Course, it’s the ideal place for my family and I to spend the day. My husband can go to the course while my son and I spend time at the pool. After dear husbands’ round we meet at the clubhouse and have a delicious meal with cocktails on their deck with a beautiful view of the 9th hole. After a late lunch, the three of us practice putting on the practice green right next to clubhouse. It’s the perfect day and we try to do it as often as possible. Highly reccommend.
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