The championship golf course at Blackstone Country Club was the creative vision and design of Golf World Magazine’s 1996 Architect of the Year, Jay Morrish, and boasts 7,313-yard of breathtaking play with the distinguished Rocky Mountains framing to the West. Sculpted from the prairie landscape and meticulously crafted to maintain the integrity of the region, this 18-hole, par 72 lushly manicured course offers a selection of four tee boxes to promote playability for all skill levels. Through the incorporation of natural streams, lakes and waterfalls, strategic bunker placement and meandering fairways, Blackstone entices golfers’ senses and passion for a unique and challenging experience with every round.
Black Bear Course
Designed by architect Jeff Brauer, Black Bear opened as “Canterberry Golf Course” in 1996. Just blocks from historic downtown Parker, the 18-hole championship golf course is one of the most distinctive courses in the Rocky Mountain region. More than 200 feet in elevation changes create dramatic views from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak. In addition to the course, Black Bear offers Members and guests a full driving range, practice putting and chipping greens, an indoor hitting bay and simulator, club fitting and repair center, and a staff of PGA professionals offering instruction for players of all levels.