The influence of Zr on the property of Cu(50+x)Zr(40-x)Ti10 (0≤x≤30 at.%) alloys were investigated. The results show that the maximum size for the glass formation in this Cu-Zr-Ti system is less than 8 mm. The hardness increases with decreasing of the Zr content, then decreases when the Zr content exceeds 10~15 at.% due to the obvious alteration of the type of the crystalline phases and the microstructure. With decreasing of the Zr content, the transformation sequence of the main Cu-Zr phase is Cu10Zr7→Cu5Zr→Cu51Zr14; the transformation sequence of Cu-Ti phase is Cu4Ti3→CuTi→CuTi3. In addition, the atom ratio of Cu60Zr30Ti10 alloys is coherent with that of their corresponding crystalline phase, resulting in its better glass forming ability.