Coyote California Golf Courses

Coyote Creek

Featured Golf Course Review:
Coyote Creek -- Snobs
Review by: Mark I couldn't recommend this course to anyone without feeling guilty. Me and the wife checked it out and the staff was snobby. Instead of giving us hospitality we recieved constant boast about the course designer (Jack N), the 2 week waiting list for tee times, and their dress code which by the way is a lot more then shown here. They accept golf attire only (pants and collars), no shorts or denim. We've played Spyglass and Pebble Beach and not found this attitude. I certainly didn't expect it from folks at a piece of crap course like Coyote Creek. Save your money and play a course that's more then talk.
From San Jose, CA

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Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course -- Pretty Good course for beginners
Review by: Ashwin Kashyap I play this course at least once every month. It's a decent course for golfers with handicap 20 and up. The fairways are wide and holes are not that long so it is very forgiving and make bad golfers feel good. I don't think it is easy by any means because the wind can play a big role in almost every shot. You really have to choose the right club: you could be hitting a pw or a 5 iron for 150 yards depending on the direction of the wind. I have to say that the fairways are in great condition. it's one of the courses where you get a nice divot (makes you feel good). There aren't too many bunkers. There isn't any real water trouble like in Shoreline. There are some dog leg holes which are pretty interesting. Bottom line: If you don't like the wind, don't play twilight since the wind picks up in the afternoon.
From San Francisco, CA