This Denver area golf course located in Littleton, CO is a par-72 that plays between 5130 and 7045 yards depending on tee location. The established landscape provides some challenging elevations and water hazards for the experienced golfer, while our fairway designs can be used to make Raccoon Creek the perfect course for the first-time golfer to learn how to play.

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This Denver area golf course located in Littleton, CO is a par-72 that plays between 5130 and 7045 yards depending on tee location. The established landscape provides some challenging elevations and water hazards for the experienced golfer, while our fairway designs can be used to make Raccoon Creek the perfect course for the first-time golfer to learn how to play.

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Hole 1

A creek runs down the left side of this hole and a hazard guards the green short and right. Lay up with an iron. Green slopes from back to front.

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Hole 2

The lake right of the fairway is in play. A tee shot toward the bunkers on the left side of the fairway is perfect. The green is well protected by four bunkers.

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Hole 3

Aim your tee shot at the fairway bunker. A tee shot left oft he fairway will find the hazard. Use an extra club to hit the green. Beware of the lake right of the green.

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Hole 4

Club selection is critical. Your tee shot should be short of the flagstick. This green is sloped severely from back to front.

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Hole 5

A perfect tee shot is between the bunkers, which are reachable by long hitters. Second shot plays shorter than yardage indicates.

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Hole 6

Smart play is left side of the fairway off the tee. The further right you play, the more carry is required.

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Hole 7

The tree in the fairway is a great target from the tee. A tee shot left of the tree in the middle of the fairway often ends up behind the tree.

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Hole 8

This green has two tiers and slopes from left to right. Beware of the false front on the left side of the green: any shot short will roll back off the green.

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Hole 9

A perfect tee shot in betwen the bunkers can put you in position to go for the green in two. For most players it is a tree shot hole.

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Hole 10

A well struck tee shot can put you right in front of the green. Beware of the creek that runs left and right of the fairway. The safe play is a long iron or fairway wood off the tee.

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Hole 11

Favor the left side of the fairway. A second shot to the end of the fairway will leave a short third to the green.

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Hole 12

This par four has a split fairway. Hit a long iron to play down the right side or a wood to play down the left. Beware of the lake over the green.

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Hole 13

This is another par 3 where short of the flagstick is much better than long. Avoid pot bunker short and right of the green.

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Hole 14

A dog leg left. A long hitter can aim just right of the bunkers and leave a short shot to the green.

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Hole 15

This uphill par 5 can be reached down wind, otherwise it is a three shot hole. Pay attention to your second shot s the green and lay up areas are well protected by 4 bunkers.

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Hole 16

Very long hitters might be able to carry the fairway bunker. The safe play is down the right side of the fairway. Second shot seems to play shorter than yardage indicates.

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Hole 17

Signature hole!! This green is very large, but a tee shot anywhere on the green is a great play. Par will feel like birdie.

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Hole 18

The smart play is a fairway wood played at the large tree through the fairway. If you hit a driver, your line is over the fairway bunker.

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This Denver area golf course located in Littleton, CO is a par-72 that plays between 5130 and 7045 yards depending on tee location. The established landscape provides some challenging elevations and water hazards for the experienced golfer, while our fairway designs can be used to make Raccoon Creek the perfect course for the first-time golfer to learn how to play.

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Hole 1

A creek runs down the left side of this hole and a hazard guards the green short and right. Lay up with an iron. Green slopes from back to front.

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Hole 2

The lake right of the fairway is in play. A tee shot toward the bunkers on the left side of the fairway is perfect. The green is well protected by four bunkers.

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Hole 3

Aim your tee shot at the fairway bunker. A tee shot left oft he fairway will find the hazard. Use an extra club to hit the green. Beware of the lake right of the green.

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Hole 4

Club selection is critical. Your tee shot should be short of the flagstick. This green is sloped severely from back to front.

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Hole 5

A perfect tee shot is between the bunkers, which are reachable by long hitters. Second shot plays shorter than yardage indicates.

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Hole 6

Smart play is left side of the fairway off the tee. The further right you play, the more carry is required.

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Hole 7

The tree in the fairway is a great target from the tee. A tee shot left of the tree in the middle of the fairway often ends up behind the tree.

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Hole 8

This green has two tiers and slopes from left to right. Beware of the false front on the left side of the green: any shot short will roll back off the green.

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Hole 9

A perfect tee shot in betwen the bunkers can put you in position to go for the green in two. For most players it is a tree shot hole.

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Hole 10

A well struck tee shot can put you right in front of the green. Beware of the creek that runs left and right of the fairway. The safe play is a long iron or fairway wood off the tee.

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Hole 11

Favor the left side of the fairway. A second shot to the end of the fairway will leave a short third to the green.

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Hole 12

This par four has a split fairway. Hit a long iron to play down the right side or a wood to play down the left. Beware of the lake over the green.

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Hole 13

This is another par 3 where short of the flagstick is much better than long. Avoid pot bunker short and right of the green.

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Hole 14

A dog leg left. A long hitter can aim just right of the bunkers and leave a short shot to the green.

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Hole 15

This uphill par 5 can be reached down wind, otherwise it is a three shot hole. Pay attention to your second shot s the green and lay up areas are well protected by 4 bunkers.

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Hole 16

Very long hitters might be able to carry the fairway bunker. The safe play is down the right side of the fairway. Second shot seems to play shorter than yardage indicates.

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Hole 17

Signature hole!! This green is very large, but a tee shot anywhere on the green is a great play. Par will feel like birdie.

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Hole 18

The smart play is a fairway wood played at the large tree through the fairway. If you hit a driver, your line is over the fairway bunker.

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