Play America’s Highest Golf Course
Copper Creek Golf Course, with a starting elevation of 9,700 feet and a tee at 9,863 feet, is America’s Highest Golf Course. Designed by Pete and Perry Dye.
Take in the View and Hit the Ball Into Thin Air
At 9,700 feet, you can hit the ball almost 20% further with the same amount of effort. This makes driving the ball extra special. Unofficially, golfers sometimes play outside the core season, even using dayglow balls that are visible on any snow patches. Every round gives you great views of the Ten Mile range and a unique golf experience. Golf enthusiasts come from all over the United States to play Copper Creek and see how far they can drive the ball into the thin air.
Relax after Golf at Copper Village
Golf is a great summer activity at Copper Mountain. We love spending long days on the Copper Creek Golf Course. Be sure to grab food and drinks from JJ’s Rocky Mountain Tavern after your round.
Copper Creek Golf Course Information
- Slope of 115
- Gold: Rating 65.9, Slope 117 | Blue: Rating 63.9, Slope 111 | White: Rating 61.9, Slope 125 | Red: Rating 63.1, Slope 121
Thanks for checking out Copper Creek Golf Course. We hope to see you at America’s Highest Golf Course!