Coyote Springs is a very unique venue. It requires an hour drive whether you are coming from Mesquite or Las Vegas and there is almost nothing in between. This course is truly remote and is cut right out of the middle of the desert. As I understand this course is supposed to be the first of many as they hope to develop throughout the area if it becomes a success.
For now there is not much to speak of for a clubhouse but I'm not to picky about it. As for practice facilities, this course has the largest driving range in the history of golf courses, and I am not exaggerating. It is huge! You could easily fit a hundred people on it. Perhaps it is meant to accomodate more people if future courses are to be built. I also found it odd that there a great number of bunkers in the driving range and it is extremely mounded. Wouldn't that just make it so much harder to retrieve all the balls at the end of the day? The funny thing is that the practice green (which is located just next to 1st tee) is actually quite small.
This is a spectacular course. There was not a single hole that I found to be boring or plain. There are several man-made water features (such as ponds and waterfalls) throughout the course and many of them run adjacent to the greens which is one of my favorite features in a hole.