This weekend I played Coyote Creek Golf Club for the second time. This is a beautiful course that is kept in great condition. It’s so nice you hardly mind getting your arse whipped by it.
The wind was pretty calm the first time I played it, but this weekend it was easily a club and a half wind in the morning, relaxing to a 5-10 yard wind in the afternoon. The greens were very fast and the holes were cut near the edges of the greens and often on a ridge. One was less than 6 inches from a false front. I putted off the green twice but made up for it with 7 one putts including a number from 10-20 feet on the back nine.
It’s an expensive course to play on the weekend, $100 with a cart. The upside is it’s much easier to get a weekend tee time later in the week.
Note: if the GPS isn’t working in your cart and there is a little lock in the lower right corner, press the third button down on the left side then the third button down on the right side to unlock the GPS unit.
Snake Eyes 600T – Loving It
I played my first round of golf with the new driver this weekend. I played at Coyote Creek, a Jack Nicklaus course that (like most Nicklaus courses) is a great driving course. I hit the driver on almost every par 4 and par 5.
My average driving dist…
If you haven’t been there yet, I’d recommend a visit to Cinnabar Hills Golf Club. It’s absolutely magnificent.
Maybe next time I get back to the bay area.