Coyote Crossing, West Lafayette, IN    


Caddie Tips with tee-to-green photos

Hale Irwin Golf Design, Course Architecture        Tom Guipe, Head Golf Pro       Andy McCammon, Course Superintendent

Coyote Crossing
28 East 500 North
West Lafayette, IN 47906

Public Course - Annual Memberships Available

Golf Digest Best New Affordable Public Course, 1st in Indiana, 7th in Nation, 2002

Tees, Fairways - Bent Grass
Greens - Bent Grass

Ratings (handicap/slope)                            Greens Fee:  Mondays - $32; Tues and Wed - $37; Thurs and Fri - $40; Twilight - $32;
                                                                                        Weekends before 11AM - $49; Weekends 11Am - 2PM - $40; After 2PM - $32

Black 72.2/136                                            Memberships: Single Membership $1800
Burgundy 70.4/132
Tan  68.5/128

Caddie's Summary:  Coyote Crossing is a stunning young course. Only four years old, Coyote Crossing is well laid out and offers challenging shots throughout the round. The course is well architected with a naturally rolling and wooded terrain. Trees come into play often on both tee positioning and approach shots. Bent tees, fairways and greens are well manicured and well-conditioned. The greens have come in nicely and typically run hard and fast. Approach shots are often tight with rough and water hazards hugging the greens adding to the challenge of this scenic course. Creeks are in play on 13 holes. Noticeable on the course, and compliments of Andy McCammon's hard work, many areas have floral and landscaping to add to the beauty of the course. In all, we found Coyote Crossing to be one of the best deals in IN and feel that it will soon rival top ten placement for overall Indiana courses.

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