Coyote Hills Golf Course
About all you need to know to score better at Coyote Hills is that they include a disclaimer on their rules sheets for tournaments to consider using a little less club than normal off the tee. Ignore them at your own peril.
In fact, you could get away without hitting driver until well into the back nine if you wanted to and even then the only reason to pull it is that there is a 450 yard par four from the blue tees. I am sure this changes when you play the tips, but chances are if you're reading this site for advice on courses, you're not playing the tips.
One thing is certain of nearly everyone who plays Coyote Hills that isn't a sub-5 handicap golfer (and even some of them), you will lose balls. If you looked up target golf in the dictionary, there is a decent chance that one of the tee boxes here would be shown.
Aside from the target golf aspect, the biggest complaint we see about Coyote Hills is its price. While the rack rates are a bit high, there are deals to be found in the usual places you go to look for them (and even some you don't).
The best thing about Coyote Hills is the views from some of the tee boxes. It is fairly well documented that you can occasionally see the Hollywood sign from the 7th tee.
B4UPlay.com Tip: The same hills that offer those amazing views tend to make it very cold at times. Layer up before teeing off.