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Coyote Creek Golf Course in Fort Lupton, Colo. defers to hazards other than length to defend its honor. Water makes some cameo appearances throughout the round, but it's thick, club-twisting, ball-eating rough that rules the day at this solid city-owned municipal course northwest of Denver.
Hitting the fairway isn't just the recommended way to play the Coyote Creek Golf Club -- a fine city-owned municipal course northeast of Denver -- it's the only way. The rough feels more than lush. It will turn your game to mush. It plays like U.S. Open rough for amateurs. Unless your ball is sitting up, don't bother pulling any club shorter than a 7-iron. The grass will twist the clubface and send the ball shooting in any direction.
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