18 Holes | 6,525 Yards | Par 70 | Slope 120 | Bermuda | Redesigned 2004 by Brian Curley & Lee Schmidt (1959)
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Home to one of the toughest golf holes in Southern Nevada, Wildhorse Golf Club is a great venue for golfers of all abilities. Originally built in 1959, the course was redesigned in 2004 by architects Brian Curley & Lee Schmidt, featuring several holes guarded by shimmering lakes. The championship, par 70 layout is a local's favorite, and a former stop on the PGA tour. Wildhorse Golf Club offers an enjoyable round of golf at an affordable price. Pictured above is #9, a par 4 measuring 398 yards, which was named the toughest hole in the Las Vegas area by the staff at Vegas Golfer Magazine. Placement off the tee is a premium. Too short, and golfers face a long-iron or wood second shot into a green that is fronted by a second lake. Too long, and water comes into play behind the green, leaving the only bailout to the right. One of the finest, as well as toughest golf holes in Southern Nevada, this one has golfers coming back for more.
Dress Code: Men Must Wear Collared Shirts, No Denim, Soft Spikes Only
Reviewed by karbomatic on 10/22/2010
The course conditions were excellent. Tees were very green, however, the grass was a little long. Greens rolled very true and were receptive to approach shots. Overall, the golf experience was very enjoyable. People were very sociable.
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