Check Out Las Vegas Tee Times Specials at Jack Nicklaus’ Coyote Springs

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Las Vegas, Nevada (April 24, 2013)–Las Vegas Golf Region course Coyote Springs is a stunning golf course located about 50 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. It is a Jack Nicklaus design that was named to pretty much every "Best New" list when it opened in 2008, and continues to deserve merit today. And you can click now to learn about special Las Vegas tee times deals at the course including free replays, free rental clubs, Nike golf balls, cookies, and more. Click now to the official website for these Coyote Springs golf package deals. –By Brian Hurlburt

Among the special Las Vegas tee times deals are a free replay deal where you pay for the first round and get the second round free on that same day. This is a great opporunity now that the days are getting longer. Also available is a deal where you get one round, free rental clubs, and a free sleeve of Nike 20XI golf balls. And another unique deal is a round of golf plus a free Sandwich, Chips, Cookies & a Soda/Gatorade.

From CoyoteSprings.com: "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 Nicklaus' finest desert creations.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."

Click for a Coyote Springs virtual flyover and judge for yourself. "The property does have a few washes that run through it and a couple changes in elevation but there was not as much in the golf course—at least in this first golf course we have done," Nicklaus has told us about Coyote Springs. "The first golf course sits in a relatively flat area. We tried to tie in some of the features on the rest of the property and some of the outside features to make it feel like the mountains were coming into the golf course. We were bringing the property together, rather than having just a flat piece of property. We try to do that everywhere it makes sense."

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