|Address:||1239 Keystone Ranch Rd, Keystone, CO 80435, USA|
The course is in great condition and has made a couple tee box changes on #8 and #9. Ive played Keystone Ranch several times. Both Keystone courses are in great shape this early 2017 summer. Built in 1980 Keystone Ranch is the older of the two Keystone 18 hole courses. Its a perfect compliment to The River Course at Keystone. Part of your challenge in playing The Keystone Ranch is finding it! From I-70 follow Highway 6 through Dillon past The River Course at Keystone. Take a right on West Keystone Rd. Follow the signs to the Ranch Course across the Snake River. Take a right on Soda Ridge Rd then a left on Keystone Ranch Rd just before the Keystone Stables. Follow this up a steep slope past some great River Course back nine holes then down through the Ranch Course entrance. Youll see the quaint old log Ranch House (this is a super restaurant and the Ranch Pro Shop). Keystone Ranch offers 4 tee boxes (blue, white, gold and red) to fit your game. The Keystone Ranch Course opens with a tree lined par 5 and par 4 similar to The River Course. But the remaining 16 holes are a beautiful mix of Scottish links and mountain meadow holes. #3 is a blind uphill dogleg right par 4 protected by an old Lodgepole Pine sitting in the front, right sandtrap. An exciting shot from an elevated tee on #4 drops you to the meadow for the remainder of the front nine. #5 plays 190 yds from the tips (blue tees) and provides a glimpse of Keystone Ranchs history with the weathered old barns and ranch equipment backing this shallow green. #8 has just added an easier White Tee. #9 White Tee has been moved back up to the top of the hill. Your tee shot must carry a large pond and a marshland inlet from an elevated tee. The front nine has 29 bunkers while the back has a staggering 41. #10 throws you into these challenges. Its a long par 4 and the number 1 handicap hole. Youll learn that most balls break away from Westridge (on your east!) toward the west and down the valley toward Buffalo Mountain and the Gore Range.....regardless of what you think you read. #18 is a classic finishing par 5 with a required carry over water and marshland off the tee to a fairway skirting the large pond. Keystones Stay and Play is a great deal for the perfect sampling of Rocky Mountain golf, fishing, hiking, biking and dining. And the air is cool, fresh and clean. Check it out.
The course had a huge horse fly infestation while I was there (mid July). It was practically unplayable with all the horse flies in your face while you tried to hit. Those little suckers hurt when they bite. Ive played it at other times of the year and didnt have the any trouble, so it must be seasonal. It is a really great course otherwise, but was not worth paying that kind of money to play with that kind of a distraction. Service was OK. The staff was polite but we didnt have any ice in our cooler. We used it as a trash can instead.
Played on 6/23/2012. Course was in absolutely horrible shape. Greens were extremely bumpy, dirt patches everywhere, tee boxes were just as bad, rough was brown and thin, fairways were also thin. For $110, its honestly not worth $25 for the conditions. The views are great, the course is fun to play once or twice because of the goofy elevation changes, but Ill never go back to a course that charges full boat when they know its in embarrassing shape.
Truly a great course. Layout is not impossible but a challenge. Fantastic staff. My cooler on my cart s always full of ice and was told about pace of play in front of me letting me hit a few practice shots. Great views.enough said. Awesome conditions. Greens were a bit bumpy but true and fast. For June unspeakably amazing. Could not ask for more.
Epic course and amazing views. I am a local and love seeing the excellent care they take of this place. I just wish it was more affordable when they are empty.
Absolutely beautiful and rustic! Attended a wedding reception here and the staff was very accommodating
Course was in great shape. Not to pricey. Service is top notch and you really cant beat the viewa.
The employees here are very nice. The course is well maintained and not overly difficult.
Challenging course with great views. Large amount of elevation changes on each hole.
Great golf at altitude, coupled with a fine dinning experience
Beautiful course. Great layout and wonderful views.
Classic golf in a spectacular setting.
Great golf course and customer service.
Greens were in perfect condition!!
The best course in summit county
Amazing course beautiful area.
Great fun, challenging course.