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The Raven At Three Peaks, Silverthorne

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Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
Opened in 2000, Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry (Hurdzan/Fry Environmental Golf Design) and British Open and Senior PGA Champion Tom Lehman. It was the fourth “Raven” branded course in America and remains the only Raven facility in Colorado.

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is a rare combination of a championship layout set against a panorama of towering pines, snow-capped mountains, crystal clear streams and wildflower meadows. In creating one of the great golf experiences in the American West, Hurdzan/Fry and Lehman utilized the routing of the former Dick Phelps-designed Eagle’s Nest Golf Course to create a playing surface on which every hole, landing area and shot value maintains its design integrity and takes advantage of the site’s natural terrain.

The front nine climbs toward the upper reaches of the golf course, culminating at the 533-yard, par-5 sixth hole (“Warriors Mark”), the highest point on the golf course. In plain view from the tee box are the signature “Three Peaks” for which the course is named. The back nine flows across the distinctive mountainous terrain, leveling off relative to the roller-coast ride out, yet still choc-full of dramatic shot-making.

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks closes with one of the strongest finishing stretches in Colorado, with the final four holes providing a PGA Tour-level ending to an unforgettable round of golf. The 601-yard, par-5 16th features a 150-foot drop from the tee to the landing area below. It is an unforgettable prelude to the two final par 4s, stout two-shotters measuring 468 and 448 yards, respectively.

Unique to the region, Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks' bunkers are patterned after the distinctive style first introduced by Alister Mackenzie at Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne, and Kingston Heath. Steep faces and deep furrowed edges give way to native grasses perched at the edge of the sand. In addition to being visually dramatic, the “Mackenzie bunkers” frame the golf course and help contain tee shots that can have up to a 10-percent increase in carry due to the course elevation.

Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks 12,400-square-foot clubhouse features a strong and clean Alpine architectural style with a mountain lodge post-and-beam pine interior. It houses a fully-equipped pro shop, the “Raven Grill” serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, a member’s locker room with ample space for meetings and special events. A variety of membership levels are available for golfers desiring the benefits of a semi-private facility.
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  • the course has a nice layout and the view is great, however the greens are in terrible condition. The seventh hole has been re-set as a par 3 instead of 4. They still charge full green fee and that's....  more »
  • We ate at the golf course restaurant. It had a typical bar and indoor golfers restaurant with limited views of the course below. The outdoor terrace was musch more attractive with comfortabletables...  more »
  • We came here with local friends who are club members but you don’t have to be a member or even a golfer to enjoy music and a meal here on Sunday evenings in the winter. Moe Denny has the mostly baby.....  more »

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