Mesquite, Nevada: Offers Six Courses Within Six Minutes!

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Tucked between the mountains in the Virgin River Valley you’ll find Mesquite, Nevada, located one hour north of Las Vegas, where you will find six courses within six minutes, it’s one of the Southwest’s premier golf destinations. The six distinct courses offer challenging but enjoyable year-round golfing experiences for golfers of any level. Plan for a short weekend getaway starting at $99 or build your custom golf getaway and play all six the courses in Mesquite, Nevada.

 

Choose from Six Unique, Challenging, and Fun Courses:

 The CasaBlanca Golf Club, designed by Cal Olson in 1996, lies etched into the wetlands of the Mesquite Valley. This beautiful 7,036-yard championship course features 18 holes winding in and out of the Virgin River basin, offering a new experience on every tee. The course boasts bent grass greens, ryegrass fairways with white sand bunkers and numerous lakes.

The Palms Golf Club is Mesquite’s longest-standing course, opening in 1989. This 6,804-yard, par 72 course features more than 200 palm trees, water features and sand traps, all of which test even the most skilled golfers. The 15th hole is home to one of Mesquite’s most scenic views with a vertical drop of 114 feet from tee to fairway. This challenging tee shot is merely one of the Palms Golf Club’s beautiful transitions as golfers navigate through the Bermuda grass greens, deep canyons, and arroyos.

Falcon Ridge Golf Course one of the newest additions to the Mesquite golf scene, Falcon Ridge winds through the hills and canyons of Northwest Mesquite. This 6,569-yard par 72 desert layout boasts some beautiful landscapes. Spectacular elevation changes, numerous water features, and high mesa views along with a track that is playable for all classes.

Conestoga Golf Course Mesquite’s newest golf challenge. This 18-hole scenic masterpiece is artfully interwoven with the character and contours of Sun City Mesquite’s spectacular landforms. Undulating through canyons with gently ascending and descending elevations, rugged rock outcroppings, and tranquil water elements, I preserve the integrity of the land at every opportunity.

The Palmer Course is Arnold Palmer’s magnificent masterpiece in the desert. Part of the 36 holes Oasis Golf Club, this par-71 course. It’s rugged canyon fairways and meticulous contour greens set this course apart as one of the best 18 holes you can play. The Palmer Course has been rated among the “Top 10 You Can Play” by Golf Digest. All but one episode of the Big Break Mesquite was hosted by the Oasis Golf Club.

The Canyons Course is the perfect complement to the Palmer Course. Rated more difficult than the Palmer course, the Canyons has two distinct fronts and back 9 layouts. The front 9 plays a lot like the Palmer course, however, the back 9 demands length and precision to narrow targets. Every hole is distinct in its features utilizing every club in your bag. Like the Palmer Course, the back 9 of the Canyons was designed by Arnold Palmer.

Stay with us and you’ll have golf courses right outside your door!

Mesquite Gaming’s resort destinations feature 1,186 guest rooms, 76,000 square feet of casino space, with 1,600 slot machines and 36 gaming tables, 70,000 square feet of meeting and convention space including an outdoor entertainment venue. Mesquite Gaming is home to one of the best values in golf, the $99 Stay and Play, plus the Build your own Golf Getaway package. Packages are available year-round, subject to availability. Stay at either the Casablanca Resort or Virgin River Hotel.

To book your stay in Mesquite, NV visit casablancaresort.com or virginriver.com or call 1.877.GETAWAY.

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