Complementing our 18-hole championship golf course is a spectacular clubhouse and three practice areas. Within the clubhouse guests will find a full service restaurant and relaxing dining area which are available to both golfers and non-golfers alike and may be rented for private functions such as banquets, fundraisers and weddings. For those looking for a stunning setting for a business meeting our secluded boardroom with mountain top views and its own private deck is a perfect location. If shopping is more your thing then make sure to visit our award winning golf shop which is fully stocked with the newest equipment, a wide selection of apparel brands and many unique golf items that serve as the perfect memento to remember your time at Stewart Creek.
Stewart Creek’s driving range, short game and putting green areas will ensure that every aspect of your game can be fine-tuned before your round or in a practice session. Facilities are designed, built and maintained to the same high standard as our golf course, which offer you a true “on the course” feel for your practice and warm up time.
The 300 yard long driving range has 8 target flags, grass teeing area (weather permitted) and a unique no net atmosphere as a heavily treed forest acts as the boundaries of the area. The secluded short game complex includes a green, a bunker and uneven terrain, allowing for shots up to 45yds. The surrounding surfaces which vary from fringe, tightly mowed fairway, mid and long length rough, provide the diversity in conditions needed to work on those all-important greenside shots. The 4000 sq. ft. undulating putting green offers players the opportunity to build their confidence for those pressure putts that occur in every round of golf.
All practice facilities are included in your green fee for the day. For those not playing, a daily fee of $20/player can be purchased. For players looking for significant improvement and practice time, a season long practice facility pass can be purchased. Single: $500, Couple $600, Family $650. Please note that all players must adhere to the Stewart Creek Dress code to access the practice facility. The Driving Range is closed Thursday evenings for maintenance.
Designed by renowned golf architect Gary Browning, the 18 holes at Stewart Creek has been sculpted into the magnificent Rocky Mountain landscape. Layered fairways and subtly sloped greens, with landing areas defined by pristine forest, mountain streams, lakes and rocky outcrops; while all around breathtaking vistas, brilliant blue skies, and air tinged the scent of fresh pine complete the picture postcard setting. Here, golf is more than simple sport, it is a celebration of the senses.
“The intent of the first tee was to place the
players up there and take their breath away”
- Gary Browning, Course Architect