THE BROADMOOR golf club

The Broadmoor Golf Club is home to some of the most celebrated golf courses in the United States. Designed by legends including Donald Ross and Robert Trent Jones, Sr., our award-winning courses have hosted countless tournaments and challenged and delighted players of all skill levels. Regardless of your handicap, you'll find The Broadmoor's courses challenging and enjoyable, with tee markers of varying lengths on both courses. Professional instruction as well as a quality selection of golfing accessories, club rentals, and gifts are available at The Broadmoor Pro Shop.

EAST COURSE

The Broadmoor's East Course is known for its wide, tree-lined fairways and expansive greens. With its challenging terrain and amazing mountain vistas, The East Course is ranked among the best golf courses in the country. Since the large trees can alter your shots and the putting greens difficult to read, the best tip we can offer for those taking on this open course is to remember that putts break away from the mountains.

COURSE ARCHITECTS

Holes 1-6 - Donald Ross
Holes 7-15 - Robert Trent Jones, Sr.
Holes 16-18 - Donald Ross

TOURNAMENTS & AWARDS

The East Course has been home to many major tournaments, including the 1959 U.S. Amateur (which was Jack Nicklaus' first major win), the 1967 U.S. Amateur, and the 1995 U.S. Women's Open, which was Annika Sorenstam's first major title. Most recently, the famous course served as the host to the 2008 U.S. Senior Open, 2011 U. S. Women's Open Championship and the 2018 U.S. Senior Open.  In 2025, The Broadmoor is proud to host the U.S. Senior Open once more. The East Course was one of only 12 North American and Caribbean golf courses to receive a five-star rating by Golf Digest. The venue has also been ranked number one in customer service among resorts by Golf Digest. Links magazine voted the Broadmoor a Top 25 Golf Resort of the World in its Silver Anniversary edition.

La Taverne

"Delicious! Beautiful! We ate here twice while on vacation."

- jaelnicole (Tripadvisor)