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“Beautiful and challenging”

The Broadmoor Golf Courses
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Owner description: Golf is a year-round sport on three courses that delight the eye and challenge your skills.
Reviewed 19 July 2016

We have enjoyed playing both courses as individuals and in scramble tournaments. The setting is spectacular and the courses are well maintained. They have hosted both PGA and LPGA events.

Thank geraldh463
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Reviewed 15 June 2016

Please do not miss the opportunity to play either the West or East Course. Aside from great fairways and green, the views are spectacular...Everything at the Golf Club is FIRST CLASS, from the staff to Pro Shop to the Clubhouse you will not be disappointed...One little hint..if you want to improve your score grab a Caddie..they are very knowledgeable about the course.

Thank Tom G
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Reviewed 30 September 2015 via mobile

Having come to Colorado under sad circumstances, my dad had just suddenly passed away a week earlier, Golf was a great distraction. We golfed the East Course with another couple we had not met until we got on the golf course. As it turned out they were a perfect match for my husband and myself. It was a leisurely 9 with majestic views. Yes it is pricey, but that's the Broadmomor and you get what you pay for. Don't miss this golf course if you stay at the Broadmoor.

1  Thank Shayne U
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Reviewed 5 September 2015

The Broadmoor golf courses have a lot of history. And for that reason I sort of think it is good to play them. But, for what they cost, you will never play them twice.

I've played all these courses going to events at The Broadmoor for 15 years. And if you are part of an event, where the golf is free, they are great! Free anything is great, and golfing here has nice views and well maintained courses.

But, wow, for $275 to $325 per person per round for afternoon tee times - this is NOT a value. The starters had no clue about their tee sheets. Both afternoons we played we were told the course was open in front and behind us - and both times it was not true. We were backed up by 4 somes that played the greens like they were on a PGA Champions event - and/or they wanted to get their money's worth by making it a 5 hour round - and the marshals simply seemed unable to deal with it.

For a high end course, in the summer, in an arid, mountainous climate, I was surprised they had no water on the carts. This begged for people to become dehydrated, and for a resort of this name recognition and price that there were no coolers on the carts or bottled water was shocking.

When golfing we were surprised that as we played on both days we had employees of the Broadmoor who were playing alone, came upon us as we played, and then jumped us. Again, employees out taking free rounds while paying customers are playing? And jumping them? Is this a city municipal course, or did I not just drop $500 to be here?

Honestly, the golf here is good. But it's not great. There are far better mountain courses. Just go to Cordillera next to Vail and you'll find far better golf at far lower prices. And don't forget fantastic mountain golf in Maine (Belgrade Lakes) at half this price. And there is ample mountain golf in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho and Nevada.

This is not a bad golf experience. But it is not a great golf experience. It is OK. And that is not good enough for the prices they charge. Honestly, try to play these courses for the history, and try to do it as part of an event so you don't have to pay the outrageous prices.

2  Thank Adam H
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

The east course is the headliner of the broadmoor's 3 courses, and for good reason. Meticulously kept up, not a blade of grass out of place. Great mixture of holes, and most golfers will pull every club in their bag throughout the 18 holes. We played the east course twice and the west course once. When we return, if the mountain course is still in repair, we will do the exact same thing.

Thank DocShad
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