General Information

Two Great Clubs With Exceptional Golf And More

Blackstone Country Club

The championship golf course at Blackstone Country Club was the creative vision and design of Golf World Magazine’s 1996 Architect of the Year, Jay Morrish, and boasts 7,313 yards of breathtaking play framed by the distinguished Rocky Mountains to the West. An impressive structure of 35,000 square-feet, the Clubhouse at Blackstone Country Club provides its Members a social gathering place for family and friends. Featuring the award-winning design of the Zmistowski Design Group, the English Tudor inspired building is home to an elegantly-styled restaurant, The Coventry, pro shop and locker rooms, as well as banquet and meeting facilities. At Blackstone, Members will experience a new standard of exceptional club design and attentive personal service as they enjoy tennis, swimming, dining, working out and an abundance of Member activities.

Black Bear Golf Club

Black Bear’s favorable location, just blocks from historic downtown Parker, makes it easily accessible from downtown Denver, the Denver Tech Center and Colorado Springs. Jeff Brauer designed this stunning Colorado golf course, which opened in 1996 in Parker, CO, just outside of Denver, and by 1997, Black Bear (then known as Canterberry) was rated as a "Top 10 Best New Affordable Public Courses in North America" by Golf Digest. In addition to great golf, an extensive calendar of social events accompanies membership, including holiday parties, wine dinners, brunches and barbeques, providing a unique and comfortable environment to entertain guests and celebrate occasions. 

Blackstone & Black Bear Golf Attire

All golfers are expected to dress in proper golfing attire. Golf clothing of the type displayed in the golf pro shop is recommended. Collared shirts are required. No jeans, denim, running or jogging shorts, swimwear, tank tops, t-shirts, or flip flops are allowed on the course or the practice facilities.

Club House Attire

Dress Denim is Permissible (not torn, faded, frayed or in disrepair)
Shoes Must be Worn in the Clubhouse at all Times
Hats Must be Worn with Bill Facing Forward

The Following Attire is Not Acceptable Inside the Clubhouse for Adults and Children:

Tee Shirts, Sweats, Coveralls, Tank Tops, Halter Tops, Spandex Clothing or Gym Attire
Ripped, Soiled, Stained, Frayed, Cut Off, Bare Midriff or See-Through Garments
Pool Attire Outside of Pool Area Including Bare Feet, Swimsuits, Swim Trunks,
Wet Clothing, See Through Cover Ups, Dripping Hair or Towels