Coyote Hills Golf Course
1440 E. Bastanchury Fullerton   (714) 672-6800
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Expertly carved into hidden but scenic foothills, Coyote Hills offers one of the most dramatic golf challenges in southern California. Golf course designer Cal Olson, with assistance from PGA tour legend Payne Stewart, has given each hole a personality of its own.  

The 250-acre course comes alive with streams, waterfalls, cobblestone bridges and elevation changes that make each view more breathtaking than the last.. 

Recognized as one of the best 200 golf courses in the country, by Golf Digest, Coyote Hills makes for the perfect golf experience.  Also ranked at the top of Golf for Women Magazine's  100 most women-friendly courses, it's no wonder that Coyote Hills is a local favorite.  

  HOLE: NO. 11, PAR 5  Yardage/handicap: Gold Tees     506/10, Black Tees 465/10, Blue Tees   426/10, White Tees 390/10, Green    Tees 368/10 

 This is a short par 5 that   is reachable in two but requires  accuracy. To keep the ball in the fairway  off the tee, golfers must get by two sand   traps on the right and one on the left.  The hole bends to the right, and balls hit  to the left will roll to the middle. The  green is prtected by two bunkers on the right and a large one on the left. The reen is two-tiered and slopes from  back to front. 


Jamie Mulligan, head   professional at Coyote Hills Golf Club,  said the hole can be birdied. "This hole  is reachable in two, but it is one of the  toughest driving holes," Mulligan said.  "You have to hit it solid and avoid the out-of-bounds on the  left and right. If you hit the ball on the left it will funnel  toward the middle. If the wind is in your face it is a three-shot hole. The second shot is about a 6- or 7-iron if  you are going to lay up. The green is pretty big and presents lots of pin spots. The green is double-tiered and subtle, more like a progressive slop from back to front.   You will definitely be rewarded with two good shots."