Coyote Springs Las Vegas golf region no overseed

Las Vegas, Nevada (September 2, 2013)–Due to the location of Coyote Springs Golf Club, a beautiful Jack Nicklaus-designed Las Vegas Golf Region course, there is no overseeding process done at the course at this tim of year. Many other courses underogo the process and Las Vegas golf options can be scarce in the late summer. But that isn't the case for Coyote Springs, a course located 50 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. Click now to learn about special Las Vegas golf deals and Las Vegas golf packages available for Coyote Springs including free replays. –By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider. Like on Facebook.

One of the special deals at Coyote Springs is free replays. If you book your first round prior to 11 A.M., a replay in the afternoon is free for the course that was named to several "Best New" lists when it debuted in 2008. Check out the official Coyote Springs photo gallery to see the intrigue of what some call one of Nicklaus' best desert designs. editors desribed the Coyote Springs course like this when it opened: "Coyote Springs is a monument to thoughtful shotmaking. Water affects play on more than half the holes, notably the 9th and 18th, a pair of beefy par 4s. But it's the firm, fast fairways and speedy green complexes that will most determine your final tally." Click now to reserve your official Coyote Springs tee times in Las Vegas at the official course website.

Coyote Springs also earned distinction in its first year of eligibility in the Golf Digest Top 100 list of golf courses in 2011. And the course continually pops up in awards annually. Golf packages and Las Vegas golf vacations are available with a variety of Las Vegas resort hotels including the Cosmopolitan, the Golden Nuggett, the Palms and several more.

Here is a litte more about Coyote Springs: "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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