Great course, slow pace.
Drove down from SLC to play Coyote and a couple other Mesquite area courses. We enjoyed Coyote Springs. The layout was great, fun holes, very challenging. Greens borderline hokey and a lot of places nearly impossible if not impossible to putt from. Only big complaint was the pace of play. We had the 11:40 time and finished in the nick of time before dark (around 5:00 @ the first of January). Waited on every single hole. Pace was so slow it was demoralizing. Not a marshall in sight. Would give this course another shot.
March 9, 2015
Tough place to play
Well worth the price paid for admission. I found a really cheap price. A really tough Nicklaus design. Not a straight putt on the course. I should have played from the white tees. The blue tees are longer than blue tees at other courses. The rough is long but helps to keep your ball from rolling into the desert. The course condition was very good considering this place is in the middle of nowhere. An hour drive from the strip was worth it. Staff is very friendly. Grass is very green and putts rolled true. I'd love to go back and play better.
September 25, 2014
Do not hesitate to make the drive
Sometimes I wonder why I get up in my Las Vegas hotel room first thing in the morning to go play golf. Part of this is to keep me out of trouble late at night on the casino floor and part of it is for glorious mornings like I had at Coyote Springs. While I certainly caught a break on the weather (sunny, low 60's and no wind), I was first off the tee on a Sunday and it was literally just me and the golf course. The only sound I could hear was when I hit the flagstick with an 8-iron on the Par 4 sixth hole. The staff at this property was fantastic and the Nicklaus signature design is one of his finest. Mountains on both sides of the course and absolutely no buildings whatsoever around the edges. I came away from this experience with more pictures than pars, but I will not hesitate to make the drive from the Las Vegas Strip at the crack of dawn again. Besides, I honestly didn't see a posted speed limit on the road to get to Coyote Springs...so let's just say my commute did not take as long as I initially thought.
January 29, 2014
Fairways are amazing greens need attention
If the greens received attention this course would be five star Everything else is in great shape the fairways were outstanding as were the traps and t boxes
December 9, 2013
The course is a challenge, but greens are really bad shape
At this time, I don't recommend spending your time or money on this course. The greens are in terrible shape with many bare spots and a lot of sod patches. Evidently sprayed with the wrong chemicals? There are plenty of nice courses in Vegas to play, so at this time don't waste the hour drive to play this course. I would play it again when the greens have recovered.
November 22, 2013
This course has a great layout, several water features and a friendly staff.
November 20, 2013
No Marshall, greens very poor, very bad experience
Without going into the details that seems to get me removed from commenting I just want to say we spent most of our 4 hours plus on the first nine because of the playing conditions. Very overcrowded twilight $109 my worst golf experience in several years. Tried to connect with person in charge in the pro shop and called gen mgr and left message no response several days later.
I will have to say the gal that met us call her the outside greeter very nice gal and also cart gal very nice. Gave them tips as not their fault.
November 19, 2013
Toughest greenstone putt in the Las Vegas area
The greens were a little rough due to seasonal maintainence, it would have nice to know that before I booked the time. It almost an hours drive outside of Las Vegas.
November 17, 2013