Desert Pines Golf Club

Superior course conditions and five-star customer service is what the Desert Pines Golf Club is all about. Perfectly set in the vast lands of Nevada, this course offers golfers with the 6,810-yard par-71 challenging play. The entire golf layout also features the three sets of tees with the bent grass putting greens, mounding, and the generous fairways. To provide golfers with a fair golf challenge, the layout is also being highlighted by some narrow fairways, water hazards, and plenty of bunkers. There are even tricky undulations, plenty of breaks, and railroad tie bunkers to keep golfers challenged the entire golf round. Since its debut in 1997, Desert Pines has been attracting all sorts of golfers with various skill levels.

In 2007, the Desert Pines Golf Club underwent an extensive renovation. The greens were rebuilt and topped with new putting surfaces in order to provide high-quality golfing experience. The golf course was also chosen to host the popular Big Break II by Golf Channel.  That is why the golf course has been cited as one of the “Top 50 Resort Courses” by Golf Digest. What makes each round unique is that golfers are required to have the good course management skills to make the most out of the game. And to add a little excitement to your golf round, Desert Pines also offers the “Beat the Pro” where golfers can challenge a course personnel with a par-3 play that is “closest to the hole”. The prize is a merchandise credit in the resort’s golf shop.

Aside from the challenging golf course, Desert Pines also boasts about its high-end clubhouse that features a golf shop, restaurant, locker rooms with exemplary service from the clubhouse staff.

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