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1440 E Bastanchury Rd
Fullerton, CA  92835-2822
United States
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Coyote Hills Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,510 yards | 120 slope

72.2 rating

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Coyote Hills Golf Course

The 18-hole "Coyote Hills" course at the Coyote Hills Golf Course facility in Fullerton, California features 6,510 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 72.2 and it has a slope rating of 120. Designed by Cal Olson, the Coyote Hills golf course opened in 1996. American Golf Corporation manages this facility, with Joyce Shelton as the General Manager.

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Coyote Hills Golf Course
Fullerton, CA
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Coyote Hills Golf Course
Fullerton, CA
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$45.00 / player
Coyote Hills Golf Course
Fullerton, CA
18 Hole Time Cart Included GPS Included
3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars3 out of 5 stars
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$45.00 / player
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Reviewed December 27, 2011

I've played this course a handful of times. I played it last Thursday and was very dissapointed. Every fairway was dead and they still charged full price. Some nice holes and nice views but I'd stay away from this course until the spring or verify that the fairways are back in order.

Reviewed November 17, 2011

Been over a decade since I played here. Glad I made it back. Not sure why it took my so long to come back. Awesome experience. Short yet still hard enough. Tough putting....not easy.

Reviewed February 02, 2011

I've played this course twice. Many interesting holes. A couple of the par 4's are a bit short. I hit my driver about 250 yds, and used it on many holes. Those who left their driver in the bag, must hit it much longer than me :( Beautiful scenery. A couple of holes where you are hitting off a cliff. Not crowded. Finished in 4 hours. Course in good shape - not brown as mentioned by another reviewer. Regular green fee is $100, but I was able to get $69 through Golfnow. They will also email coupons to you for a reduced fee of $50. May not be worth $100, but you are paying for no crowds and serenity - which is valuable to me.

Reviewed January 24, 2010

I love this course. It's a little short, but there are a lot of interesting holes, and it's usually in excellent shape. That said, I wouldn't pay $100 to play here. Fortunately their email deals are great, and you can usually save 40%. For $59 with cart I think this is a great place to play regularly. It is rarely crowded. Get on their email list. If anyone would knows of a better place to play for less than $60 I would love to hear about it. It gets hot during the summer so maybe that's why someone said the grass was dry, but during the rest of the year it looks like a nice private course. If you can drive it in the fairway over 260 yards consistently it may be a little short, but from the tips it's still fun.

Reviewed June 29, 2009

Very disappointed. Fortunately I played on a weekday and paid half of the regular $100+ fee. Course has a nice layout but for $100+ fee, I expect the fairways to be green and a little plush...not brown and crisp. Greens were in good shape, but fairways need some work. It is short, but narrow. You could get away without your driver and have a respectable score. I would certainly not pay more than $65 to play can play nicer courses for less. The GPS was also way off on yardage.

Reviewed May 11, 2009

Very pricy, not worth the $110 green fee. Course is very short so leave your driver at home. As for the staff, I asked the shape of the course before we arrived and they confirmed "all good" only to find out #9 was under major construction. Upon finishing up, the staff had no answers or comments at the pro shop; just glad to take your money and move along we have a tourney coming up. I thought the course was easy; I usually shoot in the high 80's but found myself at 4 over at the turn with rented clubs. That was probably the only highlight of the course was the Taylormade rentals. Also, GPS will conflict with fairway markers on distance but at those short distances you should be able to eyeball the shot.

Reviewed December 31, 2008

This is a very nice course. Great layout with lots of elevation changes. This was my first time playing it and would definitely go back. It is pricey but if you can find an online tee time, it isn't that bad. I wouldn't pay the regular $145 rate but we got a Noon tee time (online) and it was only 70-80 dollars. Anyone that thinks that's to much to play a nice course like this should take up another hobby.
Great gps systems, friendly staff and very well maintained. Fairways were brown but that comes with the weather lately. Two thumbs up!

Reviewed November 17, 2008

compared to courses in inland empire, of course the green fee is too stiff. Well.. the bottom line is that you gotta pay OC premium. if you are looking for deal, try those website with green fee deals.

it is well groomed fun hilly course.

I just wish the green fee comes down a bit to sub $100 level.

Reviewed February 19, 2008

Definitely not worth the price. Go else where,

Reviewed January 28, 2008

Reviewed November 25, 2007

Not worth the price. This plays more like a $70 course. Drive a little and play on the same conditions for less money.

Reviewed August 17, 2007

Traveling to L.A. it was hard to find tee times w/ short notice until I found out about Coyote Hills. This is a beautiful course with many elevation changes and excellent greens. Not overly crowded because of the price, but well worth it. GPS carts and grass range are also a plus. Highly recommend.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 dylan B. N/A 42 42 09/02/10
2 patrick F. 31 92 61 06/11/10
3 Jeffrey L. 19 82 63 05/13/10
4 Pablo G. 16 82 65 02/16/20
5 David L. 35 101 66 09/06/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
4 Pablo G. 17 90 72 07/26/20
4 Pablo G. 17 96 78 06/07/20
4 Pablo G. 16 82 65 02/16/20
4 Pablo G. 18 105 85 03/23/19
79 Jason R. N/A 95 95 01/12/19

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About Coyote Hills

Coyote Hills Golf Course

Resort and Community facility

Managed by American Golf Corporation

28 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Joyce Shelton, General Manager
Jorge Vergara, Superintendent
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