Coyote Lakes Golf Club
Located in the west valley, the golf course at Coyote Lakes Golf Club combines a desert landscape and traditional design with scenic views of the White Tank and Bradshaw Mountains. Although it is modest in length and suitable for all players, the course is still an enjoyable challenge for even advanced golfers. The front nine is more difficult than the back nine with large greens and several contours. The back nine is also challenging though with several notable holes. The fairways are undulating on both and water hazards come into play on several holes. Coyote Lakes Golf Club's signature hole is the 14th, a par-3 hole that requires a shot from an elevated tee to a green that is well protected by two sand bunkers and a lake to the left.
|Gold (W)||71||5742 yards||72.8||126|
|Black (W)||71||5286 yards||70.3||120|
|Silver (W)||71||4708 yards||68.8||113|
|Green M: 69.3/122||358||380||457||183||382||549||401||326||191||3227||492||344||126||492||154||403||180||354||436||2981||6208|
|Gold M: 67.4/119 W: 72.8/126||335||346||440||168||359||538||370||300||167||3023||467||325||105||472||145||375||161||336||402||2788||5811|
|Gold/Black M: 66.1/114||335||316||440||168||349||468||361||289||162||2888||436||320||105||432||145||345||139||336||363||2621||5509|
|Black M: 65.2/112 W: 70.3/120||325||316||412||141||349||468||361||289||162||2823||436||319||94||432||133||345||139||307||363||2568||5391|
|Black/Grey W: 69.3/112||304||316||412||141||311||405||334||272||135||2630||390||300||94||384||133||260||139||307||323||2330||4960|
|Silver M: 62.8/107||304||305||394||110||311||405||334||272||135||2570||390||300||89||384||125||260||104||291||323||2266||4836|
|Grey W: 68.8/113||304||305||394||110||311||405||334||272||135||2570||390||300||89||384||125||260||104||291||323||2266||4836|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Fairways were in good condition but the greens were pretty poor. Some even looked like whoever mowed some of the greens did not overlap the passes each time but O'well still had a good time.
Nice Track to play
Coyote Lakes is a nice track for those of all handicaps. We played from the tips and that’s about 6200 yds. It offers an array of shot patterns and was in pretty good condition. The only drawback today was - mosquitos. You could hardly set up for a shot but don’t fret, it’s not always that way so you should be able to enjoy your round in the near future. Have played it before and will be back. Suggest you try it.
I’m good shape
It’s a good course to play. All the greens are in good shape a little slow but that’s ok. Only thing I had an issue with there are 3 trees in the back that basically block out 80% of the tee boxes. When I say block out they are right where if you hit anything that gets up the tree will knock it down. Small area of tee box can be played but you’re still pushing it
Right on par with price point
First things first bring bug spray!! Iron range only with flighted balls
Greens in decent shape some are still growing back in patches
Fairways in good shape as well as boxes…
Free lunch after round with summer play
Fivesome ahead of us slowed it down a bit but they quit as it started to warm up on back 9
Fun challenging coarse. Greens have quite a few hot spots.
Decent course for a decent price
Course is short but expected. Greens were pretty slow. Some greens had rough spots as well as non normal grass on them. Layout is reasonable. All staff were very friendly. Course overall wasn’t in the best shape but playable. Would play again.
How a course should be run
Always love playing here. The staff is always friendly and helpful. The warm up areas are in great shape (driving range, putting green). The course was in great shape. There was a marshal that came around frequently to keep the pace moving. All in all a wonderful day. Great Job Coyote Lakes!
Greens are a bit dry
The course was in reasonable condition for summer. A few dry spots on the fairways, but not terrible. The greens were a bit bumpy and dry. Some greens had large dead spots, while other were not so bad. Pace was slow. We got stuck behind a 4-some that played slow and didn't care. They were several holes behind the group in front of them. They slowed down even more after the turn. No Ranger to keep pace. I've found this to be common theme here. Maybe because this is a shorter course it attracts slower players. If the course would enforce the pace rule or allow faster player to play through this would be a much more attractive course.