Welcome to Coal Creek Golf Course
Colorado's Newest 27-Year-Old Golf Course!
Coal Creek Golf Course is an established daily fee golf course located between Boulder and Denver in Louisville, Colorado. Coal Creek provides golfers with a variety of appealing elements such as strategically placed bunkers, sparkling water features, elevation changes and dramatic views of the mountains. The combination of these attributes guarantees an exciting and memorable round for players of all levels. Established in 1990 and redesigned in 2015, Coal Creek is a popular golfing destination for the Rocky Mountain region.
Golf Course Winter Rules
Do NOT snow shoe or ski anywhere on the golf course. The implications of these actions has detrimental effects to the course.
- Traversing the golf course with snow shoes or skis creates compacts the snow into ice.
- Those tracts melt last and create a condition underneath where mold can develop.
- Snow mold is a prevalent factor in Colorado.
For your safety we do not allow non-golfers on the course at any time. Please choose one of the multitude of open space trails within the City to ski or walk.
Keep off the ice! There are numerous creeks and seven ponds on Coal Creek, many of them 20 feet deep. It might be tempting to walk or play on the frozen water but the ice can easily break. Parents and guardians are urged to remind children and young people NEVER to venture onto frozen water. Louisville Police will be called and if the violators are caught and their parents will receive a summons.