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Coyote Springs Golf Course, Moapa

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
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3.8/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • I played Coyote Springs three days in a row and could not get enough of it. The course is no less than spectacular. The greens run perfectly but the contours keep you guessing. If you think you know t...  read more »
  • My husband played Coyote Springs today and he is raving about how good the course was. It's north of Vegas (50 min from Palazzo Casino). This is clearly one of the best kept secrets in Vegas. We have ...  read more »
  • You are heading to no where! And when you get there you will find a beautiful and well maintained golf course. The green against the backdrop of the desert and the mountains is very striking. The cour...  read more »
  • Played it about 5 times now and I really love the course! Tough as you want to make it. Know what you are in for before making the trip. The course is very well maintained, beautiful views, and away from it all! The greens are are difficult and fast, with a lot of undulation. The fairways are typical of a Jack design with nary a level lie from which to play. The fairway lies tend to make me chose the wrong club for the yardage due to an uphill lie or side hill that make you pull / push a shot. I recommend not playing it at more than 6800 yards. unless you are a plus handicapper.
  • Played here earlier today. Course is in fantastic shape. Greens have lots of movement, but roll true and fast. Layout provides options to play it safe or agressive according to your game. Staff was friendly and attentive. I would say this course is only second in beauty to Wolf Creek, and in many ways more enjoyable for the average golfer. It will become a regular in our rotation each year at Mesquite.
  • The course is unbelievable. It is stunning, maintained in a first rate manner, with lush fairways, immaculate and difficult greens, with numerous and challenging bunkers. A free second round was offered in the times I have been there. The club house is a set of mobile trailers...but who cares, with a course like this, at this price, why would someone want to sit in a clubhouse? It is well worth the drive.
  • This course is about a 1-hour drive NE from Las Vegas and worth the trip. It's a very pretty desert course with desert plants and beautiful mountains as the backdrop. It's a well-maintained course with friendly staff. There are no houses -- at least at this time (Feb 2016). This course is out in the middle of nowhere. So you do have great mountain and desert views with water also coming into play. There are minimal eat- drink facilities, though the beverage cart made frequent appearances during the round. Carts, unfortunately, are gas. But on the plus side they have club- and ball-cleaning devices on the cart. Very convenient-- love it! Play was slow the day we were there (a Friday) but supposedly it's a good pace of play during weekdays. The greens are undulating and fast -- difficult. There are lots of dangerous bunkers all over the place.. There's also water. So not an easy course. But there's great variety in the holes and they're interesting. Don't focus on your score. Enjoy the experience!
  • Very nice golf course designed by Jack Niclaus. Afternoon sunset scenary is perfect.
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