The Oasis Golf Club in Mesquite

Mesquite GolfConsidered as Mesquite’s lone 36-hole golf facility, the Oasis Golf Club is set amidst the splendor and beauty of Nevada. Home to the Palmer Course and Canyons Course, the Oasis has been attracting all sorts of golfers from across the nation. These two amazing golf layouts were perfectly carved on a unique desert canyon setting and have been receiving commendations from various reputable publications since then.

The Palmer Course, which was designed by the famous Arnold Mesquite GolfPalmer, is considered as one of the Mesquite’s most challenging golf layouts. This par-71 course features the dramatically elevated tees, the staggering natural hazards, the five sets of tees, four unique signature holes, rugged canyon fairways, and the magnificent desert panoramas. Originally built in 1994, the layout served as a unique solid test of golf that has been rated by Golf Digest for over the years as “Top 10 You Can Play”. The Canyons Course on the other hand was designed by David Druzisky, a famed golf course architect based in Phoenix. This layout is a combination of the old holes and the new set of nines that meanders through the Mesquite’s craggy desert canyons. The combination has paved the way for a challenging, fun, and scenic golf layout that would require wildly different shots.

Aside from the award-winning courses, the Oasis Golf Club also boasts of its practice facilities comprised of 2 short game areas, a targeted grass range, as well as the generous putting green. A top-notch center for learning is also available for golfers who still need to work out with their swings. They also have the complete equipment and swing analysis package conducted by some experienced PGA professionals.

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