Breckenridge Golf Club honored by Golfweek |

Breckenridge Golf Club honored by Golfweek

The Breckenridge Golf Club was named this week to the 2010 Golfweek’s Best Municipal Courses list, ranking Breck as one of the top 50 layouts that fall under the “municipal” category.

The course has garnered many national, regional and local accolades through the years.

“This new listing, along with the 4 Star Places to Play, rating from Golf Digest, demonstrates the top golf facility that Breckenridge is,” said Erroll Miler, golf professional at the Breckenridge Golf Club.

The course is also voted “Best of the Summit” golf course in the Daily.

Breckenridge is about to open for the 25th year of play. The course opened in 1985 with nine-holes and now attracts golfers from all over the globe who want to play the 27-hole, Jack Nicklaus designed course.

The tentative opening for the driving range is Friday, with the golf course slated to open on May 21, weather and conditions permitting.

Breckenridge Golf Club offers numerous programs such as League Play, Ladies Night Out, Nine and Wine and programs for youth golfers as well.

PGA instructors also conduct affordable golf clinic series and private lessons throughout the summer season.

“Our programming at Breckenridge offers up competitive and social events, as well as opportunities for the golfer to become better through our instruction components. Our group clinics are very affordable and will start the first week in June,” Miller said.

Breckenridge offers local residents the ability to purchase discount punch cards for play during the summer. Breckenridge residents may purchase a 5-Play card for $265 or a 10-Play card for $420. Residents of the Upper Blue Basin – Farmer’s Korner to Hoosier Pass – may purchase the 5-Play card for $265. Summit County and Park County Residents can purchase a discount card valid for five rounds for $275. Pass cards may be purchased at the golf course.

For additional information on programs or rates visit the Breckenridge Golf Club at

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