Raccoon Creek Golf Course 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 the fairway designs at the same time make Raccoon Creek an ideal course for the golfer who requires some forgiveness.
Raccoon Creek Golf Course is named for the stream that meanders through the course. It is built on the old Grant Ranch, which was originally acquired by Governor James Benton Grant about 1878. Grant was raised in the south, and brought the southern tradition of hunting and shooting with him to Colorado . He soon established a gun club on the ranch. Grant served as governor of Colorado from 1883 to 1885.
Before or after your round relax and enjoy the atmosphere at The Grove restaurant, located at Raccoon Creek Golf Course. The Grove offers breakfast & lunch service with views of the historic grounds nestled in the Rocky Mountain Foothills.