Whether you’re travelling from abroad, popping up from your local golf course in Henderson or Las Vegas, or popping over the border from St. George for a golf weekend, Coyote Springs prides itself on delivering a desert golf course experience sure to delight visitors from St. George and beyond. With St. George becoming its own hotbed for desert golf courses we invite our neighbors to come and experiencing a premiere desert golf course and see what lies just beyond the horizon.
What sets Coyote Springs apart from other Las Vegas, Henderson, and St. George golf courses is a combination of Jack Nicklaus course design, the Coyote Springs team’s dedication to delivering a top-notch experience, and the natural splendor that defines the Coyote Springs location. The Coyote Springs setting has been characterized as Nature’s Cradle — a magnificent valley surrounded by majestic mountains and peaks on all four sides. This hallmark setting consists of rolling terrain overlooking a prehistoric riverbed-the Pahranagat Wash-which bisects the Coyote Spring Valley.
We invite golfers of all skill levels to come and experience firsthand what sets Coyote Springs apart from other golf courses in the St. George area and see what makes us of the top-rated Las Vegas golf courses the past 10 years. 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 also has one of the largest and most diverse practice facilities in the world.
The next time you’re planning that weekend golf getaway, look beyond your own backyard and consider what the short trip to Coyote Springs can do to spice up your weekend golf routine. If you’ve tried what the St. George golf courses have to offer, come see why Las Vegas and Henderson golfers love Coyote Springs.