The golf course is one of the most difficult golf courses in Dallas from the Tournament Tees. The forward tees are much more popular and enjoyable for the average golfer. Coyote Ridge is a beautifully designed golf course with beautiful elevation changes throughout the course and superb conditions. The front nine is an open links-style routing that provides challenges through water hazards bordering 6 of 9 holes and 34 bunkers dotting intermittently from tee to green. The golf course recently received an additional 1000+ trees to increase the beauty and strategic challenge. The back nine is place within the confines of an abandoned quarry abandoned nearly 30 years ago. This unique landscape leads to elevated tee shots and strategic placement of irons played to elevated greens. Come experience the New Coyote Ridge.
After purchasing Coyote Ridge, we focused on making major improvements on the course to make it the best high-end daily fee golf club in the Dallas metroplex. Renovations to the course that have been completed are: bunker renovation of contaminated brown to white bunker sand, 1000+ additional tree plantings, extensive rock work and split rail fencing, lengthening the golf course by adding new tee boxes, and moving the green on #4 to lengthen the short par 5. The course is a mixture of architectural styles that is dictated by the natural land contours. The designer of the facility is George Williams. The golf course was complete in September 1999. Extensive renovations were completed by Land Constructors in 2005-2007.