The private Country Club of Colorado serves as the resort course for the conference resort. The layout around a large lake was the first Pete Dye-designed in course in Colorado
Designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the first drive was hit by President Gerald R. Ford. Fairways drop more than 600 feet to the valley below and then climb back up to the clubhouse. To play, visitors must be staying at a Beaver Creek property.
Two 18-hole courses, The Norman and The Fazio in the Vail Valley are private but can be played by guests staying in selected Vail managed properties. Guest access to a different course is rotated daily. There is a separate club house for guests.