Championship Golf Experience

Ranked No. 28 on Golf Digest’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses of 2017 and 2018, our private, 18-hole course accentuates the innate beauty and dramatic landscape of Gozzer Ranch. Several holes play along the edges of basalt bluffs where 100-foot-high spires, crags and cliff faces are back-dropped by sweeping views of the lake and nearby mountains. Our forested course is integrated within its surroundings so that it looks like a natural part of the landscape, making every round of golf at Gozzer Ranch a truly magnificent experience.

CHAMPIONSHIP CALIBER WITH DRAMATIC VIEWS

Tom Fazio-Designed Course

Tom Fazio is widely considered to be among the best golf course designers in the world, with more Top 100 courses in the United States than anyone else in the industry. The three-time recipient of Golf Digest’s Best Golf Course Architect award approaches no two courses in the same way—each of his projects are unique and of the highest quality. Fazio’s vision for the course at Gozzer Ranch was inspired by the natural beauty of the local environment and existing topography.

REFRESH AND RECHARGE ON THE GOLF COURSE

Comfort Stations

The comfort stations at Gozzer Ranch are renowned throughout Discovery Land Company. Integrating local decor and flavor, our Executive Chef has made the Gozzer Ranch comfort stations a key component of his culinary program. From four different jerkies to tuna and chicken salad to dried fruit, almost everything at the Gozzer comfort stations is house-made. Rustic decorative touches include rocking chairs on the porch for kicking back, a wall-mounted root beer keg tap, and antique appliances for chilling bottled water.

A TRIBUTE TO THE AMERICAN WORKER

WAYTON LODGE

THE GOLF SHOP

Wayton Lodge is a tribute to the authenticity of the places Americans gathered centuries ago. The Golf Shop is a rustic cabin moved from Minnesota that uses the wooden beams from three other cabins between 117 and 137 years old. The interior is filled with ax marks from the late 1800’s and the exterior was required to be authentic in every way, so the cut marks from modern machines were masked using old-fashioned tools.

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