PGA Golf Club Coyote Springs, The Chase is an 18-hole public golf course located in Coyote Springs, Nevada.
The Chase, which opened in 2008, is the first golf course in a planned series of Jack Nicklaus-designed courses that will flow throughout the Coyote Springs community.
PGA Golf Club Coyote Springs, The Chase golf 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.
$71 (cart included), played on Tuesday, June 2018 at 7:00 AM
This Jack Nicklaus course is a real treat but be prepared for a long drive to get to it. Located about one hour from Las Vegas or one hour from Mesquite, it is literally out in the middle of nowhere. It was built in the boom years right before the big bust in the housing market around 2007. Consequently, there are no homes around the course and the clubhouse is temporary trailer-type buildings. I hope this course can stay in business. That said, this is a course worth traveling too. The course was in great shape and a typical Nicklaus design with greens a bit perched up and protected by bunkers. However, I would rate this Nicklaus course as more friendly and forgiving than others of his I have played. The fairways are generous enough so that shots that end up in the desert are really your fault. There are a few green complexes that border on the the insane but that is a typical Nicklaus trademark. Nice lakes! Pick the correct tees and you should be able to score well - unless the winds kick up!
$76 (cart included), played on Tuesday, October 2012 at noon
overall the staff were courteous and kind. the course itself was tough and nice. my only gripe were the greens. i'm a 7-8 hdcp and i thought the greens were too undulating for the average player. i can't see average golfers having much fun on the greens there. some of them were ridiculous. and the greens weren't in the best shape too.
$101 (cart included), played on Wednesday, April 2012 at 8am
A Nicklaus Design; ample landing areas with difficult approaches. The greens were in decent condition. My beef with his coureses has been the approach shots and contours of the greens. Some approaches are made very difficult by the shape and contours of the green and pin placement. Even when the approach shot is easier the greens may slope away from the shot or they are multi-tiered and the pin is 3/4 of the way up a ridge. Seems very unfair. Another issue is the isolation of the location. Its almost an hour from either Vegas or Mesquite. The nearest town is about 30 miles. Not worth the trip.
$76 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2011 at noon
Course is about 50 miles NE of Vegas, and at this point, there is nothing else there but the course, no houses, stores, gas stations, NOTHING! I got conflicting stories as to when they will start building around the course, but one of the reasons I liked this track was it was just the course and the scenery and nothing else. The overall course conditions were excellent. We were told one of the characteristics of a Nickulas signature course was the lack of flat lies. This was definately true here, lots of undulating fairways and flat lies were at a preimum. As for the greens, all agreed they were fast and tricky to read and really messed with your mind, but were in great condition and rolled true. One person commented that the track was more difficult than Wolf Creek in Mesquite. Not sure this was the case myself, but for $99 weekday afternoon on season rate, was absolutely worth the trip and an excellent deal compared to most tracks in Vegas. The only knock I would have is the lack of a club house and true pro shop (all in trailers for now)but would absolutely play here again.
$101 (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2011 at 6am
Great Course, Great layout, Lush, greens were lighting fast and lots of undulation, pins were in difficult spots. Totally enjoyed the beauty and layout. This course is 20 plus miles off the Interstate and in the middle of nowhere. It is worth the trip out there. They still have to build a clubhouse and restaurant. Great staff, very accommodating.
$126 (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2010 at 8am
The best golf course I have played in Southern Nevada. I can't wait to see what this community turns into.
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