Las Vegas, Nevada (August 5, 2013)–Coyote Springs Golf Club is a beautiful Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses which is located about 50 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. When it opened in 2008, it was included on just about every "Best New" list nationally, and for good reason. Coyote Springs is one of the best golf courses in the Las Vegas Golf Region, and management caters to both visiting and local Las Vegas golfers. Always available are free replays with your tee times at Coyote Springs plus there are several special events and tournaments available including a four-person shamble on August 18 and the popular Mitch's Revenge event on September 21. Click now for your tee times at Coyote Springs (with replay if you want) or to learn about the special tournaments. –By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider.
Coyote Springs 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.
Another benefit at this time of year to playing Coyote Springs is that there will be no overseed. Coyote Springs will remain open and in top condition throughout August and the fall with only a couple minor maintenance dates. Want to see what you'll be playing? Click now to view the official Coyote Springs photo gallery.
Info on the Shamble tournament on August 21: The event starts at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun Start. It is $65 per player ($260 per team). Includes: Entry, Green Fee, Cart, & Practice Balls(2) Net Scores of 4 – 60% Handicap UsedTo Register, Call (877) 742-8455 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Las Vegas golf packages and stay and plays are also available for Coyote Springs. Click now to view the stay and play Las Vegas golf vacation information for Coyote Springs.
The Coyote Srings 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 now for your Coyote Springs tee times.