The flatter and more forgiving of the two courses at Coyote Creek Golf Club, the Valley Course is a solid layout open to the public. Both courses at Coyote Creek, including the Tournament Course, were designed by Jack Nicklaus. The Valley Course is the newer one by two years, having opened in 2001. The par-72 layout plays 7,066 yards from the back set of four sets of tees, and it can play as short as 5,187 yards. As is the case with all Nicklaus course's the multi-tiered greens are challenging and well protected by bunkers. The signature hole is the par-3 seventh. It plays 220 yards from the tips, and it's all carry over a lake to a green with bunkers on the right and a collection area on the left. Practice facilities at Coyote Creek Golf Club are outstanding, with a 350-yard all-grass driving range, chipping greens, practice bunker and putting green. The clubhouse includes a complete golf shop and restaurant with patio dining.