Broadmoor Golf Club
|Location||Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.|
|Elevation||6,250 feet (1,905 m)|
|Type||Resort / Private|
|Tournaments hosted||U.S. Senior Open (2008, 2018)
U.S. Women's Open
U.S. Amateur (1959, 1967)
Robert Trent Jones (holes 7–15)
|Length||7,355 yards (6,725 m)|
|Slope rating||139 |
Robert Trent Jones (holes 5–12)
|Length||7,016 yards (6,415 m)|
|Slope rating||134 |
|Designed by||Arnold Palmer, Ed Seay (1976)
Jack Nicklaus II (2006 revision)
|Length||7,637 yards (6,983 m)|
The Broadmoor Golf Club is a golf resort in the western United States, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, consisting of three 18-hole courses; East, West, and Mountain. Designed by Donald Ross, the original course opened 100 years ago in 1918 and has hosted several USGA championships since 1959, most recently the U.S. Women's Open in 2011, won by So Yeon Ryu.
The current course format (East and West) opened in 1965, featuring new routing and 18 additional holes designed by Robert Trent Jones. The West Course includes the front 9 holes from the original Ross course (now holes 1-4, 13-18 on West). The East Course includes the original back 9 Donald Ross holes (now holes 1-6,16-18 on East). The Mountain Course opened in 1976 and was designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. It was renovated by Jack Nicklaus' company in 2006; Nicklaus won his first major tournament, the 1959 U.S. Amateur, at the East Course at the age of 19.
- "Course Rating and Slope Database™: Broadmoor Golf Club - East Course". USGA. Retrieved May 3, 2018.
- "Course Rating and Slope Database™: Broadmoor Golf Club - West Course". USGA. Retrieved May 3, 2018.
- So Yeon Ryu beats rival in 3-hole playoff
- Official website
- 2018 U.S. Senior Open – official site
- 2008 U.S. Senior Open – official site (archived)
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