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585 W Dillon Rd
Louisville, CO  80027-3222
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Coal Creek Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,957 yards | 136 slope

72.4 rating | Blue grass

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Coal Creek Golf Course

The 18-hole "Coal Creek" course at the Coal Creek Golf Course facility in Louisville, Colorado features 6,957 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.4 and it has a slope rating of 136 on Blue grass. Designed by Richard M. Phelps, ASGCA, the Coal Creek golf course opened in 2015. David Baril, PGA manages the course as the General Manager/Golf Professional.


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Reviewed October 05, 2009

I played Coal Creek on October 2nd and it was in great shape for the time of year. The other reviewer was right on with the tree comments. On one of the par 3s you have trees hanging above you, so you don't have much room to shape your shot. On other holes the positioning of the trees (or rather the fairways/greens around the trees) make for a challenging time. The 16th hole with the elevated tee box is fun and while it looks like everyone can drive the green, there is a good sized bunker that prevented everyone in my group from doing so.

Overall though it was a very nice course, great driving range, the greens were fast and in good condition and all the other amenities were top notch. There is a relatively new housing community around the course but it only comes into play on the front 9.

Reviewed August 01, 2008

Reviewed June 23, 2008

Reviewed October 14, 2007

Coal Creek is one of those courses around Denver that a lot of people rave about. I had the chance to play it yesterday and have to say I was impressed. For anyone familiar with my reviews of courses, or the courses in CO, I would compare this to Legacy Ridge in Westminster or perhaps Indian Peaks.

The course is amazingly well maintained and is one of those courses I love - appears easy enough, but when you start getting into the game, the subtleness comes out. Some of the holes appear straight forward, but then you realize that tree branch is sticking out right where you want the ball to go, or the edge of that pond creeps in a little further than you thought.

Some of the highlights are hole 16, which runs along I-36, but has an elevated tee-box and if you are careful you can drive the green. Not a tough hole, just one of those that makes you want to kick it up a notch so you can actually say you drove a green.

I really enjoyed 18 as well, the sharp dog-leg right combined with the trees creates a funnel effect, making it appear you can cut the corner, only to find out, nope, your ball just bounced into the woods.

There are also some great holes on the front nine as well, but these two stand out for me. One of the most interesting thing about this course is the trees. Granted, having now played on the East Coast, I understand the role they play, but here in CO, not many of the courses have a tree density to match Coal Creek.

All in all, I enjoyed the course a great deal and will go back. I recommend you give it a shot.

Reviewed October 02, 2007

Reviewed August 05, 2007

Great Course. Cool Carts. Very Well Kept.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 David E. 28 51 23 05/09/11
2 Vincent B. 13 43 30 12/17/12
3 Rizule S. N/A 42 42 05/22/09
4 Timothy B. N/A 46 46 07/13/13
5 Mike M. N/A 46 46 05/10/13
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About Coal Creek

Coal Creek Golf Course

Community facility

40 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

David Baril, PGA, General Manager/Golf Professional
David Dean, Superintendent