Coral Canyon Golf Course
|Black M: 74.2/136||525||560||177||394||384||122||480||312||433||3387||453||148||433||229||593||488||528||215||555||3642||7029|
|Blue M: 71.7/134||485||548||160||363||365||110||432||287||405||3155||375||148||410||202||554||455||495||188||533||3360||6515|
|White M: 68.8/122 W: 73.9/141||470||512||124||325||343||70||418||263||382||2907||345||141||375||182||514||403||441||144||501||3046||5953|
|Red M: 63.7/112 W: 67.8/121||385||448||87||300||252||44||401||209||356||2482||238||96||362||120||468||347||386||110||417||2544||5026|
|Junior W: 60.2/112||345||385||85||260||220||40||265||180||200||1980||190||80||280||110||400||295||355||90||345||2145||4125|
Very good but
Lots of Mud from rain. Cart path only.
Negative comments made by staff re Canadians
The course was ravaged by floods. It’s a nice layout, but was torn up pretty bad by floodwaters. In the past this was a great value, but due to this it’s weak as a top course to play. It will come back to its greatness one day, but not right now.
Pity about the storm damage
Basically an attractive course, with well defended greens (bunkers), the works in progress to repair previous water damage and alter the layout did detract from the playing experience. Once this is finished, it will be a fine course. It took us a couple of holes to get into the swing of things. Had some longish carries, with fast greens in decent shape.
Busy course, but play was okay 4:25 minutes.
Nice corse Tees not the best but about Monsunstorms thei did the best to hold the Course in good shape
Great terrain and layout.
Great coarse, unfortunately the coarse has major storm damage and should be half price.
Great course for the value
This course was very fun to play had some good challengers. A few holes had some turf damage on the greens and fairways, but other than that was in great shape. Staff helped get us out in front of a couple slow groups so we weren’t there all day. 10/10 would play again.
Had a fun time
Very good layout-traps need some work, greens a little bumpy
Took a chance while traveling and had ball. Great desert course with very friendly staff.
Course needs help
Sand traps were in terrible shape no raking occurring and water from irrigation washing the traps out. Greens were spotty.
desert golf at its best!
wonderful layout, friendly staff, 360 degree breathtaking views. Greens run fast, very hard to judge, and quite large. My only complaint was the inconsideration of the patrons who left thousand of untended ball marks on the greens. I guess they figure if they pay to play and it's not their home course, who cares.....well we DO!!!!!!! I would imagine with the heat and the dryness that the greens get unduly roughed up, but it makes it really difficult to roll a putt. Lovely, lovely course.
Very scenic course. Has a pro course feel with multiple tee boxes spread throughout the links. Lots of elevated tee boxes, good fairways and nice but sometimes very tricky greens. I didn't score well but didn't care either because it is so beautiful. Every hole is different all with their own challenges. My only complaint was a couple holes the pin placement was too difficult for the average golfer. Most of our foursome picked up without holing out but considering how nice the course is this is a minor complaint. Definitely recommend playing this course.
Course has nice views and layout
Course condition was not as good as it should be for the price over 100.
What's Going On With CC?
I had played Coral Canyon several years ago and it was much more plush than it is today for some reason. With all the housing being built around it--I wonder if the course is having trouble getting enough water to keep it like it use to be. Greens were excellent though, fairways were mowed extremely tight--good for the people who want an extra 10 yards off the tee--not so good for those who like a little grass under their ball, not the thing to do if you don't have enough water either. There are courses in better shape down the road in Mesquite.
Unbelievably awful customer service from the robot working the pro shop.
Confusion about our teetime at 10am or 1pm. No one could find proof and the robot in the shop wouldn't let us pay at 10am for the 1pm price after we drove from Vegas to play.
Never going back.
Slow groups hold up the pace of play
A generally good day at Coral Canyon: great weather, challenging and interesting course layout, first four holes moved along well -- but then the parade came to a near halt. Took 2 1/2 hours to complete the front nine. I knew that we couldn't keep the sun from setting, and if our group got in line again on the back nine that we would never finish before the sun set. So --- we went back to the first hole and played the front nine again. That was the only way to complete 18 holes that day.
They need to start "twilight" earlier to allow players to finish brfore sundown and/or figure out how to speed up the slow-pokes at the front of the parade.
Another gripe for Coral Canyon: the sand traps look nice from a distance, but if you have to play a shot out of one you'll find that the sand is about 1/4 th inch deep. I was really suprised (and disappointed) when my S-wedge bounceed of the hard -pan and sent my ball flying across the green. (The second time I used the rake to soften up the sand in a small area before I replaced the ball (yes, I know that's cheating, but if the course can't groom the traps then I need to); the resultant shot worked much better.
Nice course - needs more and better maintenance.