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Dallas Business Journal: MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes Executive Weighs in on the Toughest Golf Courses in Dallas
Vice president of development and finance Jessica Wescott is no stranger to the franchise's home golf courses.

Golf has become the pinnacle for business leaders in the space. No longer just for leisure but a place for wheeling and dealing, company executives from across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro weighed in on the toughest courses in town. 

According to VP of Development & Finance at MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes Jessica Wescott, Coyote Ridge is home to her most challenging course.

“Hole #9 at Coyote Ridge in Carrollton is the most intimidating, yet beautiful, on the course. With water lining the entire left edge of the hole, your mind plays tricks on how best to approach the green," she said to the Dallas Business Journal. "The key is to play a 220-yard drive to about a 220-yard approach shot.  Play the approach to the front of the green where the landing area is the widest and easiest to avoid hazards. Anything left or right of the green will likely roll into the water hazards which almost fully surrounds the green. Try for par, but don’t feel defeated if you end with a bogey.”

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