I would have given this a 2.5 star rating if possible. The Course is in O.K. conditions for this time of year. The first 3 holes are in need of serious repair on the greens and tee boxes. Everything else for the most part was up to par except the course marshal. He was informed numerous times that the group in front of us needed to be pushed forward as they were playing from the tips yet topping most of their drives and sliced everything else. His answer was that they were waiting for the group ahead. Well we decided to play through this slow group and wouldn't you know nobody was ahead of them for 3 holes. For the 25 dollar local rate after 2 p.m. the price is good but many other local courses offer the same rates and the courses themselves are in comparable if not better shape i.e. Highland falls, Palm Valley and Silverstone. We will not be returning here anytime in the near future.
Hit the links far from the madding crowd at this gem in the southwest..
Golf is to Las Vegas what surfing is to Hawaii: Wave after wave of gorgeous opportunities. Unlike the ocean, however, the sheer number of courses--and the crowds on their fairways--is sometimes daunting. That makes the out-of-the-way gem of a course all the more valuable. Hidden find honors have to go to Rhodes Ranch, in the southwest corner of the valley, because of its velvet carpet of broad green fairways, aesthetic design, manicured greens, absence of heavy traffic and great clubhouse.
solid. great value. professional staff. course generally well kept. a few challenging holes, although it is basically a run of the mill real estate development course.
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