Coyote Springs Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada (August 19, 2012)–Coyote Springs Golf Club is a Las Vegas Golf Region course located about 50 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. It recently was named as a Top You Can Play in Nevada by Golf Magazine editors, and they are correct in their assessment. The course is also offering free replays and a special Web Las Vegas golf deal. Click now to reserve your Las Vegas golf tee times at the official website and secure your Las Vegas golf Coyote Springs specials. –By Brian Hurlburt, For more Coyote Springs news and deals follow @LVGolfInsider

The Nevada list also included other perennails and Las Vegas golf courses Shadow Creek, Cascata, Wynn Las Vegas,and Wolf Creek Golf Club. That list proves how this newcomer, Coyote Springs, is being viewed nationally. Click now to view the official Coyote Springs Golf Club photo gallery where the photos will stun you. Coyote Springs was ranked as fifth best in the state. It was listed above Edgewood in Tahoe, a stunner in itself.

The free Coyote Springs replay deal is just that, and all Las Vegas golfers–visiting and local–are eligible to play Coyote Springs twice in one day for the price of one. The other web deal at Coyote Springs is the following: "Receive a complimentary sandwich, chips and a soda or Gatorade with the purchase of a green fee 7-days a week. The round MUST be booked online using the promo code: SUMMER12. All tee times booked prior to 10:00 a.m. are eligible for complimentary replays."

BOOK YOUR COYOTE SPRINGS TEE TIMES NOW! Another benefit to playing Coyote Springs at this time of year is that they don't close for overseeding as other Vegas courses do.

Here is a just a glimpse of what you can expect at Coyote Springs. The official description of the setting from 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.

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