Palms Golf Club

How can one person be in two places at one time? How could something twice challenging and twice satisfying come from a single source? These questions may not quite find the answers but golfers who have played at the Palms Golf Club know by heart where these questions are coming from. Mesquite’s first golf vacation destination continues to charm and confuse golfers with its very unique features that are both beautiful and challenging.

The Palms Golf Club is known for its perfect fusion of traditional and desert golf; the front nine being characterized by lush greens, water hazards and extended fairways while the back nine features rugged desert terrain – all that in a single golf course surrounded by picturesque desert views and over 200 palm trees. Either side of the course requires shot making techniques that are far from similar with each other – something that proves to be a huge test for any golfer regardless of ability. The 18-hole par-72 course stretches from 4,747 yards to 6,813 yards from the longest tees. A golf trip to the Palms not only takes the guests to one of the best courses in the state of Nevada, but to two varied golfing experiences all at the same course.

Because of its being a versatile course both in layout and scenery, golf vacations at the Palms Golf Club are made of a myriad of emotions at every hole. Any one of the lakes or 45 huge green side bunkers could make or break any golfer’s heart. But the stunning views of Mesquite’s desert landscape could easily make up for it; that and the many other amenities of Mesquite’s favorite. Where the Palms is concerned, perhaps it takes firsthand experience to find answers to the many questions plaguing this classic.

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