187 Gold Dust Ln

Montrose, CO 81403
5 BATHROOMS (4 Full, 1 Half)
Square Ft.
$300,000 PRICE REDUCTION on the closest home to the Clubhouse of the nicest golf course on the Western Slope of Colorado. Highly desirable floor plan with multiple living areas and four primary bedroom suites spread out over 4281 finished square feet with a 2-car garage. Each bedroom has a 5-piece bathroom and direct access to a patio or deck. Cornerstone Club golf course is a private residential golf club community covering over 4,700-acres on the eastern edge of the Uncompahgre Plateau. As of May 2022, golf and club operations at Cornerstone are managed and operated by Montage International hospitality company. Located just 18 miles from quality commercial air service in Montrose (MTJ) and 40 miles from the Telluride Ski Resort. Priced below replacement value. Call/text to tour
5 BATHROOMS (4 Full, 1 Half)
Square Ft.
Year Built
Price Per Sq. Ft
$456 /Sq.Ft
3.00% buyers agency fee
Cornerstone Golf Course


Cornerstone Club Joins Montage International’s Distinctive Collection of Premier Golf Courses and Luxury Clubs


ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. (May 12, 2022) – Montage International today announces it will take over the management and operation of Cornerstone Club, a full-service private club and residential community located in Montrose, Colorado, just 40 miles from Telluride. Montage International’s ultra-luxury hospitality company manages some of the country’s premier private membership and golf clubs and will run golf and club operations, Compass Club programming and activities at Cornerstone Club.

Reopening for the upcoming summer season on May 27th, Cornerstone Club will feature an array of member offerings and events inspired by the scenic surroundings and vast connection to the mountains. Encompassing over 4,700-acres atop Uncompahgre Plateau, overlooking a rich agricultural valley, and nestled beside the San Juan Mountains with stunning views of the surrounding aspen and pine forests, Cornerstone Club is home to an award-winning 18-hole Greg Norman-designed championship golf course and a 21-acre practice golf facility and clubhouse featuring a variety of amenities and experiences.

With over 20 miles of hiking, biking, and riding trails, Cornerstone Club features a wide array of high-end amenities and year-round activities including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, clay shooting, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, four wheeling tours, as well as a 15-acre equestrian center for horseback riding for the exclusive enjoyment of Cornerstone Club members. Cornerstone Club also includes residential real estate opportunities featuring a variety of homesites and fully-furnished cabins debuting Summer 2022.

“We are pleased to announce the addition of Cornerstone Club to Montage International’s portfolio of premier golf courses and luxury clubs,” said OD Vincent, SVP of Golf & Compass Clubs at Montage International. “As the new membership and recreational operator of Cornerstone Club, member programming will be reimagined to fit within the Montage International standards of luxury and hospitality.”

Please find images of Cornerstone Club here.

For more information about membership and real estate opportunities, please visitwww.cornerstoneclub.com or follow on social @cornerstoneclubco.


About Montage International

Montage International, the hospitality management company founded by Alan J. Fuerstman, features the ultra-luxury brand Montage Hotels & Resorts, the new luxury hospitality brand Pendry Hotels & Resorts, Montage Residences, Pendry Residences, and the management of some of the country’s premier golf courses and clubs. Founded in 2002, Montage Hotels & Resorts is an artistic collection of distinctive hotels, resorts, and residences. Pendry Hotels & Resorts, founded in 2014, is a collection of new luxury hotels for today’s cultured world traveler located in taste making destinations. For more information, please visitwww.montageinternational.com and follow @montagehotels and @pendryhotels.

About Cornerstone Club

Cornerstone Club is a private residential club community in Montrose, Colorado located just 40 miles from the resort town of Telluride and 18 miles southwest of the regional hub of Montrose, Colorado. Cornerstone Club is one of the top private golf and year-round mountain private residential communities in the United States. Cornerstone Club is home to developed and future homesteads, an award-winning 18-hole Greg Norman-design championship golf course and a 21-acre practice golf facility and clubhouse featuring a variety of amenities and experiences. For more information about membership opportunities, please visit www.cornerstoneclub.com.

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Cornerstone Club: Back on top

By Bradley Klein

Mon 20 Dec, 2021


It’s tempting to say that from the first tee at Cornerstone in Montrose, Colorado, it’s all downhill from there. But that’s only because the back tee on the opening hole happens to be the highest spot on the property, 9,214 feet above sea level. From there, the recently reopened real estate course tumbles down 162 feet to the farthest point from the clubhouse, at the eleventh green. Along the way and back, the trouble you might have – catching your breath – isn’t just because of the thin air.

This part of the Rockies, called the San Juan Mountains, is legendary for its beauty, severity and changing weather conditions. The immediate landmass that is home to Cornerstone, called the Uncompahgre Plateau, sits midway in western Colorado between Telluride and Grand Junction. It is a paradise for rugged naturalists into biking, hunting, fishing and skiing. Now with Cornerstone they can also claim golf.

The 4,800-acre property opened in 2008 with a Greg Norman-designed golf course that was part of a very relaxed land plan. More than half the land is an environmental set-aside, and home lots vary from one to 100 acres. The recession took its toll, however, forcing closure of the development until it was rescued by a three-person consortium in 2018. Their key hire was Jason Stroehlein, whose title as director of outdoor operations does not begin to capture the scope of his responsibility for every aspect of the overhaul.

Among those brought on board was a former Norman design associate, Matt Dusenberry, who had been involved in the original design and construction. Like many former associates of the big design houses who went off on their own in the last decade or two, Dusenberry has been busy doing renovation and restoration work. He, in turn, partnered with agronomist Jim McKenna, formerly a superintendent at Doonbeg in Ireland. Among their projects together have been the restorations of two Devereux Emmet designs in Connecticut, the City of Hartford’s municipal course, Keney Park, and The Country Club of Farmington.

At Cornerstone, the task was reclaiming the overgrown and neglected bluegrass fairways and bentgrass greens. They also used the occasion to open up lines of play, rejig the teeing grounds to make sure yardages and shot values were balanced to accommodate a wide array of players, add drainage and eliminate overly penal bunkers. The result is a par-72 layout ranging from 5,326 yards to 7,867 that looks intimidating at first but proves surprisingly receptive as you play it.

It helps that golfers gain a yardage bonus of 15 per cent from ground level – calculated at 1.7 per cent per 1,000 feet. A standard 200-yard shot travels 230 up here. The par-four eleventh hole, 473 yards from the member tees, plays like a 411-yarder at ground level. At 6,904 yards, that member’s course plays to a very comfortable 6,000 yards. Those back tees, nominally a gaudy 7,867, play to an effective 6,840.

Cornerstone offers a lot of fairways that feel as if they hang on the edge of doom. The tee shot on the 668-yard, par-five fourth hole is terrifying, yet there’s plenty of room as long as you don’t hook it. The infinity edge green on the 447-yard, par-four tenth looks like it is hanging in the mountains. And the drop shot par-three thirteenth plays to a green set in fields of aspen trees and goldenrod.

Mountain golf generally suffers in reputation because too many holes sit on severe terrain. That’s not the case at Cornerstone, thanks to a routing that makes use of broad, open terrain on a high plateau. Now with the reclamation work by Dusenberry and McKenna, residents at Cornerstone also have the run of premier quality turfgrass that can endure the extremes of whatever nature has to offer these days: elevation, drought, deep snow cover and arid wind.

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