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THE COURSE






Telluride Golf Club is among the highest elevation golf courses in the world. Set atop Turkey Creek Mesa, tucked within the highest concentration of 13,000 and 14,000-foot peaks in the US, the 18-hole par 70, 6,546-yard course has stunning views guaranteed to take your breath away. The air at this elevation creates less resistance for your ball during flight, resulting in soul-satisfying longer drives.




If Telluride’s altitude isn’t enough to elevate your game, time spent at our practice facilities and with our golf professionals will. Built in 2018 and designed by noted course architect, Ken Kavanaugh, the Club’s golf practice facility includes a 350-yard-long hitting area with three 100-yard-wide tee boxes and a 7,900-square-foot chipping area and putting green.






Passionate about golf with strong analytical and communication skills, our golf professionals are ready to help you play your personal best. Whether you want to perfect your putt, fine-tune your drive or work on a particular aspect of your game, their insights, technical knowledge and love of the game will inspire, motivate and guide you.

Younger golfers can take advantage of the Telluride Junior Golf Program. Offered to Telluride students 7-17 years old, the program continues to offer junior golfers the opportunity to learn and improve their golf skills while highlighting the life lessons golf offers: honesty, responsibility, hard work, and sportsmanship.

D. Poland
DJ POLAND
Director of Golf
C. Price
CAROL PRICE
Teaching Professional
M. First
MICHAEL FIRST
First Assistant Golf Professional


 

The Telluride Golf Club is open daily for members only play until September 27. 

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Contact the Golf Shop at (970) 728-2606
Telluride Golf Club | 136 Country Club Drive, Mountain Village, CO 81435


Preserving and Protecting

Set on Turkey Creek Mesa, the Telluride Golf Club course was designed to take advantage of rugged terrain formed by glacial retreat thousands of years ago. When building the course, architects took care to protect the delicate grasslands and forests that are home to elk, bear, lynx and other animals. The course maintenance team’s work emphasizes water and biodiversity conservation, habitat protection, water quality management and reduced chemical use.


In 2019, Telluride Golf Club eliminated single-use plastic water bottles on the course. Club members receive complimentary insulated water bottles affixed to their golf bags to refill at one of the on-course touchless filling stations.