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Coyote Ridge Golf Club, Carrollton

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • On  9/16/16, I went to Texas, to visit a friend and, under the guidance from some of his friends, we decided to try out this golf course. Upon arrival we parked the car and went to check in at the pro...  read more »
  • Played here on Saturday, 9/24/16 and the course was in great shape. Nice white bunkers, large greens and good tee boxes. I will play this course anytime I am traveling through the area. 
  • Coyote Ridge Golf Course is a very nice and fair course depending on how you play it. The course is very nice and has some holes to it where the location of your ball is key. The service was nice too....  read more »
  • Geat course. Owner is a D-Bag and not very freindly to those in the community but none the less the golf course was great and in great shape. They could water the greens a tad more but i deducted nothing for that cause most public courses have hard greens right now. Only the Country Clubs and Cowboys have soft greens right now. The best the about this course is it is like playing 2 course for the price of one. The front nine is wide open and very driver friendly and if played right you wont lose a single ball. The back nine is a whole different course you will not be able to use the Big Stick at all becuase of all the trees and positioning of the water hazards. you have to use course management or you could and will easily lose a dozen balls on just the back nine alone.
  • The Pros: great course, well kept, good people there, good value for the play. NIce facilities. great food at the bar, some special on drinks most of the time. the Cons: Slow rate of play, you can easily see a 5 hour round and more during peak hours, they squeeze alot and sometime overbook. Small Driving range, Marshall's don't do much
  • The staff is terrible. I called to make a tee time and was told $55. When I got there they told me $79. I calmly explained I was told $55 and they basically said I was lying. It's a decent course but not worth $79 at all. If you can play for $45 and not deal with the staff, go for it
  • The course is great but only from a driving distance from the street because every time you try to play a round after 5pm on a weekday you get told the course is "closed" for one reason or the other. On the other hand the grill is very good and the service there is great! It's just a shame that the golf operations don't fall in line with the actual course and the grill inside the clubhouse.
  • Best kept secret in the Dallas area is their restaurant...outstanding!
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