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Since opening in 2008, Coyote Springs is considered by most to be Jack’s finest desert creation! Coyote Springs has been rated by Golf Digest in the Top 100 Greatest Public Courses and Golf Magazine’s & Golfweek Magazine’s Top Places You Can Play.
Coyote Springs is the first Las Vegas golf course in a planned series of Jack Nicklaus-designed courses that will flow throughout the Coyote Springs community.
The course plays to a par 72 and ranges from 5,349 yards from the forward tees to 7,471 yards from the championship tees. Eleven lakes come into play on the golf course many consider to be one of Jack Nicklaus’ finest desert creations.
Coyote Springs has one of the largest and most diverse practice facilities in the world. The current practice facility measures 19 acres and features more than 100,000 square-feet of tee area, 13 target greens for a variety of club selections, as well as a short game green for pitching, chipping and bunker practice. The practice green measures 10,000 square-feet and offers a multitude of hole locations to prepare you for your golf experience. The facility is anticipated to expand to 32 acres within the next few years. Guests from St. George, Henderson and Mesquite golf courses will feel right at home.
The Coyote Springs setting has been characterized as Nature’s Cradle — a magnificent valley surrounded by majestic mountains and peaks on all four sides.
To the north, south and east respectively, are the Delamar Mountains, the Arrow Mountains and Meadow Valley Mountains, each rising to an average elevation of 5,000 feet. And to the west, the Sheep Range, which reaches 9,000 feet into the sky, is snow-capped during the winter months and provides an amazing backdrop for peak season golfers.
This hallmark setting consists of rolling terrain overlooking a prehistoric riverbed-the Pahranagat Wash-which bisects the Coyote Spring Valley. To the east of the wash, rolling hills transition to a natural mesa commanding excellent views of the valley and surrounding mountain ranges. West of the wash, hills give way to flatter terrain with exceptional views of the mountains.