Tom Weiskopf Golf Course
The cornerstone of the community is a 285-acre Tom Weiskopf-designed course. Weiskopf’s unparalleled vision, creativity and emphasis on indigenous landscaping have come together to create a breathtaking golf course that inspires awe in even the most seasoned player. This members’-only 18-hole golf course in the heart of the Vail Valley features eight man-made lakes, a driving range, and practice chipping and putting areas. Ten holes play around or are adjacent to water.
One of the designer’s marquis courses, the highly playable course meanders through the fertile Brush Creek Valley allowing for not one, but 18 signature holes. “This is a truly memorable course to play. It challenges both expert and novice alike, with holes that are both spectacular in nature and forgiving in play,” said Weiskopf. “I have never believed in one signature hole. Each hole is individually unique from every other.”
The community of Adam’s Rib Ranch is spread along the Tom Weiskopf- designed golf course, one of only a few in the state.
Open to both residents and non-residents, golf membership will not be contingent on real estate ownership and will allow for 390 total memberships, as well as access to all clubhouse and golf course amenities.
Tom Weiskopf, Golf Course Architect
As one of the most notable golf course architects in the U.S., Tom Weiskopf brings more than 20 years of golf architecture experience to Adam’s Mountain Country Club. Born in Massillon, Ohio, and an alumnus of Ohio State University, Weiskopf turned professional in 1964. The years following brought him 15 U.S. tour tournament wins, five foreign titles, and five Senior Tour victories including The Chrysler Cup, The Franklin Quest Championship, USGA Senior Open, SBC Dominion Seniors Championship and The Pittsburgh Senior Classic in 1996. After being named Golf Magazine’s 1973 “Player of the Year”, he became a golf analyst for CBS Sports in 1983 and pursued a consulting career in golf course design a year later. In 1994, Weiskopf started his own golf course design firm. More than 15 Weiskopf designs have been ranked among the top courses worldwide. Weiskopf currently resides in Paradise Valley, Arizona.