4935 Hillegas Road Fort Wayne, IN 46818 260-483-3148
Who We Are
Coyote Creek Golf Club
Course Status: Open 7/15/2018
Cart Path Status: Crossing at 90 Range: Open Short Game Area: Open
Conveniently located between Highway 69 and US 30, Coyote Creek Golf Club is a private golf course that offers 18 holes of golfing enjoyment. Coyote Creek Golf Club sits on the site of the former Elks Lodge 155, a Lodge that was rich with golf history. From 1951-1956, the course was the home to the PGA Tour Fort Wayne Open. Twenty two different PGA major championship winners played in the 72 hole tournament, including Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, and a future icon, featured in our history section. Hint: a popular iced tea and lemonade drink is named after him!
Coyote Creek Golf Club offers a practice facility, which includes: a driving range, a chipping green with a large practice bunker, and one of the largest putting greens in Northeast Indiana. Add a spacious, well stocked pro shop and a PGA golf staff that loves the game as much as you do, Coyote Creek has everything you need to practice up and play the game that you love to your full potential. Our staff are well trained teachers of the game and they are armed with the latest technology to help you get the most out of every round, and to experience the fun that is Coyote Creek.
Coyote Creek Golf Club is also home to Rack & Helen's Social House, a full service restaurant featuring daily lunch specials, bar service, banquet facilities, and dinner menu.
Interested in becoming a member at Coyote Creek?
We offer many membership levels.
There are No Monthly Minimums - No Assessments
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The Hillegas Road Bridge over US 30 is closed until November, 2018. Please click the Road Construction Information to link to a map with Detour routes you may want to share with your groups playing in the outing and those visiting Rack & Helen's Social House. Those unfamiliar with our location may appreciate the heads up on the bridge closing.
Welcome to Coyote Creek