The Country Club of Colorado Throughout the Years
golf course land circa 1967
1967 Charles Gates purchases 3,000 acres

Charles Gates purchases 3,000 acres of land known as the Cheyenne Mountain Ranch.

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aerial view of the course and surrounding houses
1971 Gates Land Company

Gates Land Company selects Pete Dye as the architect to design and build our golf course.

aerial view of water and course
1973 18 Holes of Golf

The Club opens 18 holes of golf around a spring-fed lake, known as Curr Reservoir.

golfers on the green next to clubhouse
1985 Cheyenne Mountain Inn

Cheyenne Mountain Inn (now Resort) is built uphill from the Club as a signature destination and conference center.

Golf ball at hole's edge
2013 Renovation of the Golf Course

$4 million is poured into renovation of the golf course to include a new irrigation system & pump house, 11 new tees, 900,000 sq. ft. of sod, and 115 new trees.

Spa room
2015 Alluvia Spa and Wellness Retreat

The Club adds a 9,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art fitness center facility and Alluvia Spa and Wellness Retreat.

Resort buildings
2017 Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, under the upscale brand Dolce Hotels & Resorts, takes over management of both the Club and Resort, investing $60 million into renovation.

dining area
2018 Renovations

Renovation concludes on the original dining outlet Pineview Grille with a rebranded look and name:
Gates Grille, to honor the vision of Charles Gates.

Indoor Pool
2019 Indoor Pool Facility Opens

The brand-new indoor pool facility opens with a 25-yard pool and waterslides. The $60 million renovation continues at both the Club and Resort.

Pickleball Court
2020 Pickleball Courts

Installed 4 pickleball courts with new modular surface for a total of 8 outdoor
courts as our Pickleball community grows.

17th hole
2021 Signature 17th Hole

Restoration of the Signature 17th hole to the original Pete Dye design completed.