Coyote Ridge Golf Club

★★★★☆
  • 1640 W Hebron Pkwy

    Carrollton, TX 75010

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  • 972-395-0786

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Coyote Ridge Golf Club is a nice new golf course in Carrollton TX located off of Hebron Parkway just west of 121. The front 9 holes are set up like a links course and the back 9 is very "woody" my favorite hole is the first par 3 on the front 9. It is an elevated tee box with a lower green. The prices during the week are around $40 with a cart. Even cheaper is you are walking. The course is only a couple of years old and is in great shape year round. Great staff in the pro shop to help you with anything you may need.

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Coyote Ridge Golf Club is a nice new golf course in Carrollton TX located off of Hebron Parkway just west of 121. The front 9 holes are set up like a links course and the back 9 is very "woody" my favorite hole is the first par 3 on the front 9. It is an elevated tee box with a lower green. The prices during the week are around $40 with a cart. Even cheaper is you are walking. The course is only a couple of years old and is in great shape year round. Great staff in the pro shop to help you with anything you may need.

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Coyote Ridge is a great golf course for the green fees. The front nine is my favorite because there are a lot of long straights and it is open. You do get more effected by wind and gusts but it normally isn't an issue. The back nine is wooded and has more hazards but they are laid out nice. The greens are kept up very well and they maintain them to a T. They often move the hole location and that mixes it up if you play a lot.

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★★★★☆

Coyote Ridge is a great golf course for the green fees. The front nine is my favorite because there are a lot of long straights and it is open. You do get more effected by wind and gusts but it normally isn't an issue. The back nine is wooded and has more hazards but they are laid out nice. The greens are kept up very well and they maintain them to a T. They often move the hole location and that mixes it up if you play a lot.

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This is a good public course. The front 9 is open and the back 9 is wooded. Be careful. It is a windy course, especially on the front 9. If it is breezy elsewhere, it will be very breezy on the course. I would recommend this course for the mid-priced, public course player.

PROS: Layout
CONS: Wind

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★★★★☆

This is a good public course. The front 9 is open and the back 9 is wooded. Be careful. It is a windy course, especially on the front 9. If it is breezy elsewhere, it will be very breezy on the course. I would recommend this course for the mid-priced, public course player.

PROS: Layout
CONS: Wind

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Like several news area courses, Coyete Ridge is almost two different courses. The front is links style, with few trees and on a windy day navigating this side it difficult. I got lucky one day and caught it when the wind wasn't howing and put up a great number! No matter what's going on weather wide, No. 10 is tricky. I've tried laying up, booming one, everything . . . but can't quite figure it out. But after this one and a tough par 3 (No. 11), the back softens up (though there are lots of elevation changes to deal with). The final hole is short but difficult, but this one's well worth the price of admission and usually has some specials available.

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★★★★☆

Like several news area courses, Coyete Ridge is almost two different courses. The front is links style, with few trees and on a windy day navigating this side it difficult. I got lucky one day and caught it when the wind wasn't howing and put up a great number! No matter what's going on weather wide, No. 10 is tricky. I've tried laying up, booming one, everything . . . but can't quite figure it out. But after this one and a tough par 3 (No. 11), the back softens up (though there are lots of elevation changes to deal with). The final hole is short but difficult, but this one's well worth the price of admission and usually has some specials available.

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