- Layout: 8
- Conditions: 6
- Staff: 5
- Value: 6
— Not counted in TCS™, but just as important (imo):
- Pace of Play: Moderate to Fast
This course really has seen a recent change for the worse. Which is too bad because I really like the layout and if they kept it in better shape this one easily be one of the best in a 100-mile radius! But, alas it is slipping.
Staff are very dismissive, make you feel like you are doing them a favor by being there. I had a GolfNow rate that wasn’t honored, though GolfNow gave me the credit when I called.
When this course is in good shape (which is a hit or miss) and they honor your GolfNow rate this is a great place to play. Just beware that the staff (at least those in the pro-shop) are __ expletives__.
This is one of the best courses in the Greater Lafayette Area (GLA). Within a reasonable distance you have Purdue’s Kampen course, Harrison Hills in Attica, IN and a bit further you have Rock Hollow in Peru, IN. Coyote Crossing easily hob-nobs with these other great courses. If you have played any of them you won’t be disappointed by this one.
A recent scorecard from a round I played at Coyote Crossing: LINK
After an unseasonably wet year this course has been in great shape for 2013. Played another round here with Doug, Scorecard: LINK, a few new pics:
Update 10/21/2013: Played a round here in the middle of the day for $9 using a GolfNow rate. Took Jeshy with me. My scorecard for the round: LINK Here is a picture of Jeshy on the number 11 green:
- Jesy on the Green
Another round here with Doug on Nov 1st, 2013: LINK and here is a picture of the No. 8 hole. This course is beautiful in the changing fall, but hard to score with all of the debris on the course.
Played here with Tadd on November 7th 2013: LINK