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Course Information

A Denver Golf Experience Unlike Any Other

Todd Creek Golf Club is a links-inspired championship golf course located 25 miles north of Denver in the suburban city of Thornton, Colorado. Widely regarded as one of the best public courses in the Denver metropolitan area, it anchors a 55+ residential community and is a popular tee time for golfers looking for a challenging but playable layout. Legendary course architect Arthur Hills laid out the playing field, formerly known as Heritage Todd Creek Golf Course, in 2007. Six judiciously spaced sets of tee markers present differentiated challenges between 4,514 yards and 7,435 yards. While houses line both sides of several fairways, the playing corridors are generous, and the homes aren’t a distraction. Todd Creek Golf Club is a wide open, exposed layout that rambles over gently rolling terrain with the Rocky Mountains in the distance. Though the playing field is fairly flat, the contoured fairways often slip away at the margins. Native grasses and strategically placed bunkers constitute the principal defenses against par at Todd Creek Golf Club. Water, in the form of a couple of lakes and a drainage ditch, enters the fray on a few holes. The greens are large, sloped and rather fast. Some of the putting surfaces are domed. Over the years the club has earned a reputation for fine course conditioning. Despite the fact that Todd Creek Golf Club is the most high-profile feature of a retirement community, the expansive golf course is too spread out to be conducive to walking. If you were just to walk the cart paths, you would put in a good 9.5 miles on foot. Practice facilities at Todd Creek Golf Club include a spacious driving range, two chipping greens, and a putting green. The clubhouse boasts a well-stocked pro shop and a restaurant. No wonder when golfers look for a tee time in the Denver metro area, the unique and challenging Arthur Hills layout at Todd Creek Golf Club in Thornton is a go-to option favored by players of diverse skill levels.

Golf Etiquette

Proper golf etiquette makes the game of golf more enjoyable for all players. Todd Creek Golf Club players are encouraged to use proper golf etiquette out of respect for fellow golfers. Please check-in with the golf staff at least 15 minutes prior to your tee time. The entire foursome should check-in by first and last name before teeing off. Pace of play is very important. The course should be played in 4 hours and 10 minutes. If a group falls behind this time frame, the staff will assist the group in speeding up. The staff is available to assist all players in having enyobale rounds, please respec them as they work to make everyone's experience better. 

Course conditions are a vital part to the success of our Club. Please properly fix ball marks on greens using the appropriate repair tools. Replace fairway divots with appropriate seed that is provided by the Club. Remember to not take your frustraion with the game of golf out on our golf course, equipment, or your playing partners! 

Club Attire & Dress Standards 

To preserve the value of the Club, we encourage all players to wear proper golf attire. Please make note of the attire NOT PERMITTED.

  • Cut-off, frayed or torn clothing of anykind.
  • Cotton t-shirts or any clothing with verbage or symbols the Club deems offensive. 
  • Swimwear 
  • Blue denim in the prime season.
  • Tank Tops 
  • Bare feet 
  • Midriff baring, risque or scntily clad clothing 
  • Metal spikes 

Todd Creek Golf Club General Rules

  • Players under the age of 12 most be accompanied by an adult.
  • DL required to operate a facility golf cart.
  • Must adhere to proper golf course ettiqutte, including personal behavior and language. 
  • Tee times are required and subject to availability.
  • Players must check-in prior to teeing off.
  • Practice shall be confined to designated practice areas 
  • Food & Beverage on club property must be purchased from the Grill at Todd Creek. 
  • Todd Creek Golf Club adheres to all ADA requirements regarding service animals:

    • Only dogs are recognized as service animals under titles II and III of the ADA.
    • Emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals under the ADA, and therefore are not allowed at Todd Creek Golf Club .
    • Service animals must remain harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices.
    • If the animal is out of control and the handler doesn’t take effective action to control it or if the animal is not housebroken, the individual will be asked to remove the service animal from the premises.

    For more information, view the full ADA Service Animals Requirements document.

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8455 Heritage Drive, Thornton, CO 80602