Coyote Creek Golf & RV Resort is located an hour outside of Calgary and Red Deer in the shadows of the Canadian Rockies. The golf course is made up of two nines, the Deer Nine and the Coyote Nine. The Coyote Nine came second in 2008 after the Deer Nine was constructed in 2005. The Coyote is slightly more challenging, mostly due to its greens. They are the golf course's most memorable feature, known for the dramatic slopes and undulations that range from subtle to dramatic. The greens are also often flanked with strategically placed bunkers to make them even more intimidating. The challenges of the Coyote course are balanced by wide, player-friendly fairways that provide some room for error. The first three holes feature water, most memorably on the par-3 fourth hole, which features the resort's namesake creek.
Coyote Creek is situated just west of Sundre, nestled in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. The golf course is comprised of two distinct nines, the Deer Nine and the Coyote Nine. Opened in 2005, the Deer Nine was the first of the two to open. The Coyote was added three years later. The Deer Nine features undulating greens that are balanced by wide, player-friendly fairways. The bunkering is seemingly minimal but it's strategically positioned to punish errant shots. The golf course opens with an intimidating par 4 with a double-tiered green but the toughest hole comes next. This par 4 is also the longest, playing to a massive green that has two bunkers on each side. Laying up short of the green is an option if you can't reach it in two.