Coral Canyon was the first course to be played during our guys weekend this March. It was the second time I've played Coral and it was as good as I remember. As far as the layout goes, this course has a little bit of everything from par fives that lend themselves to birdies to short par threes where if you miss the green it's certain doom, as is the case with my favorite hole #6. My second favorite hole is the drive-able par 4, #8, which from the tips is only 312 yards. It forces a decision and you are just as likely to birdie as you are to bogey (as I did last week). There are a total of five par five's on the course including three in the last five holes, allowing you to make up (or lose) some serious ground in stroke or match play events. The course has great red-rock and desert views. Though you aren't that far out of the metro area, there is definitely a resort feel. The fairways were in good shape but the tees (not-level) and greens (cut short and nearly bald) weren't as good as they could have been.We were able to play the a course for about $50/person including cart thanks to Dixie Direct Card.