We love hearing from you.
We’re always pleased to hear from satisfied customers after a pleasant experience at Eagle Ranch Golf Club. THANK YOU!
But being in the hospitality business, we realize we’re no better than the last customer pulling out the driveway. So if you ever have a less-than-stellar experience here, please: tell us so we can rectify the situation to your liking.
“Excellent course, great condition. Scenery is outstanding. Very friendly staff in clubhouse, at range and starter. Most courses seemingly have aristocratic starters. Eagle Ranch starter very helpful and friendly.”
“GPS is well advanced compared to most courses. Great pace of play. Club house and food is very good. Nice practice facility.”
“Well maintained with flexible tees to select your choice of difficulty. EZ to walk or ride which is nice. Great value in beautiful setting.”
“If you want to get away from the tricked up mountain courses this is the place to go. Great layout. Great shape and really fun to play. You won’t find any 400 foot drops here. This is a real golf course!”
“From arrival to departure, everything went as well as one could expect. Course was a lot of fun with good tee box placement so less-skilled players still kept a good pace of play. Some really fun, well-designed holes, amazing views, well maintained fairways, rough, bunkers and great (true) greens… great day.”
“An excellent, challenging golf course that will test your shot-making, particularly with the prevailing winds on the back nine. A pleasure to play in the beautiful Colorado mountains.”
“Arnold Palmer designed this gem, and it has the best practice facility in the Vail Valley. Be sure to play from the appropriate tee boxes and keep it in the fairway.”
“The staff at Eagle Ranch was on top of everything, immediately making my wife and I completely welcome. Compared to other courses, this alone made it a great choice. Nice practice range and putting/chipping area, with free balls. The carts are equipped with a very helpful computer/GPS screen offering flyovers of each hole and a brief voiced description of the best way to approach. For players who haven’t played here before, it’s incredibly helpful. The Arnold Palmer course is links style, with plenty of mounds, few trees and some spectacular views. The fairways are above average, the rough is not overly penal, and the greens are the best I’ve played this year: fast, firm, and true. We played in gale force winds and still had a blast, moving to the forward tees and practicing our low punch shots and stingers. Love this course! FYI, we booked an online special, which nearly halved the cost, making this a bargain and a treat.”
“Very nice mountain golf course at a very reasonable price. Condition of fairways was very good and greens were very fast and true. Enough elevation changes to make the course interesting and keep you aware you are on a mountain course but doesn’t beat you up with constantly hitting up hill and down hill to all the greens.”