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The Broadmoor’s three golf courses share— along with the rest of the Five-Star resort— stunning views of Cheyenne Mountain and the lush green landscape at its base. The mix of aspens and conifers is a distinctively Coloradan sight. As its name suggests, the Mountain Golf Course is particularly conducive to panoramas (thanks to the design firm of none other than Jack Nicklaus, who scored his first national title at The Broadmoor in 1959).As summer draws to a close and the autumn breeze begins to blow, then comes dramatic, flame-colored vistas as you tee off.
It’s worth noting, too, that all three courses are certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries, meaning they adhere to best practices pertaining to wildlife, water management and so on, which makes the scenery all the nicer to survey.
The scenery at the Broadmoor golf courses is in a word “spectacular.” Wildlife abounds and the mountain views are breathtaking.