Coyote Rock Golf Course reopens under new management

The Williams Lake Indian Band has announced that Coyote Rock Golf Course has re-opened for the 2017 golf season.

  • May. 19, 2017 10:30 a.m.

The Williams Lake Indian Band has announced that Coyote Rock Golf Course has re-opened for the 2017 golf season.

“We’re excited to announce that Coyote Rock golf course is open again,” states Williams Lake Indian Band Councillor, Willie Sellars.

“The course is under new management and now operated by Gabe Pukacz, who is also the owner/operator of Bell-E-Acres Golf Course, and his son Jared Pukacz. We’re excited about the expertise that Gabe and Jared bring to the table, and are sure that this will be an excellent year for Coyote Rock.”

“I think running Coyote Rock Golf Course is going to be exciting and rewarding,” adds Gabe Pukacz. “Coyote Rock has a huge amount of potential and I’m looking forward to improving the course, bringing in new ideas, new customers and contributing to the success of this business and our regional tourism market. Our doors are open now, but we’ll be having a grand opening event in June. We’ll provide some more details on that grand opening soon.”

Coyote Rock Golf Course was closed for the 2016 golf season as a result of highway construction activities and placed in care in maintenance.

This season, temporary access to the course will be through the intersection at Chief Will-Yum gas station and along the newly paved frontage road running parallel to Highway 97.

Additional access points along Highway 97 will be in place by fall of this year as the Highway 97 four-laning work program completes.

“There’s certainly been a ton of work going on around the course,” adds Councillor Sellars.

“But the course is in excellent shape and the public is going to be amazed with the Coyote Rock subdivision that has been developed around the golf course. We’ll be completing the final phase of our works in that subdivision this summer and will begin marketing our residential lots by the end of the calendar year.

”The views from these lots are amazing. There is also a lot of interest in our commercial lots, and we’ll be making some big announcements about those lots within the next few months.”

For more information on the Coyote Rock Golf Course or the Coyote Rock Real Estate Development, please contact Willie Sellars at (250) 302-1883 or via email at willie.sellars@williamslakeband.ca

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