Ironbridge Golf Club

Hello all my lovelies out there. I love keeping you updated on everything I’m doing and I promised I would let you know my feelings on any golf course we played on! The Ironbridge Golf Club and Mountain Community was a spot I played on this past week. I’m here to tell you all about it. 

This testy, trailblazer-like course does have blind shots, so bring extra balls, but I love a good challenge. Now, the back nine may be the most challenging, but also the most breathtaking. You’ll be able to see from the picture provided, just how beautiful it is. I’d say the beauty of the courses is something I love most about  most golf courses. This being close to my town of Aspen, I am partial. Check out this promo on their website. It was designed by Arthur Hills and refined by Tom Lehman. They cover 533 acres and is in Roaring Fork Valley. Besides the picture, can you just hear the mountains surrounding the course? Not just by my word, but by many, the golf course is kept very nice year round. The more you play here, the better you’ll be. It may be helpful to have a sort of map of the course for first timers here! 

It being a club, there is a grill! It is a casual setting with absolutely delicious food. It has a 4.8 rating. So close, you can taste the perfection. You can sit right on the golf course, outside, if you’d like. Being a tad realistic here, if you’re not planning on becoming a member, noworries! There are public rates set for you in 2019: 


$129 (before 3 p.m.)

$79 (after 3 p.m.)


$79 – (anytime)

I love their dress code (most courses will have one), but it just gives me a good reminding, to always be at your best and dress respectfully. 

If you’re even more interested in becoming a member: 

New members pay a one-time activation fee upon joining the Club.  Activation fees for non-resident Members are:

$3,500 with a 1-year commitment

$2,500 with a 2-year commitment

$1,500 with a 3-year commitment

Resident Member activation fee is $7,500.

For their monthly membership charge, here is more info. 

Hope this is easier than researching a whole lot on your own! I would like to know who golfs out there, reading my posts? Was this helpful to you if you were close by/ helpful at all? What kinds of information would you like to read, about the golf courses I play on?