Nevada Getaways: Mesquite Gaming

Stay and play in Mesquite this winter!

Mesquite Nevada’s selection of golf courses is deep and varied, and local resorts have teamed up to package very affordable deals for play-and-stay vacations. is the gateway to tools that make it easy to package the courses, resorts and other events for a trip to the desert. The weather will almost always be perfect. There are 11 courses to choose from and nearly all work with local hotels and resorts to offer packages.

Where to Stay

The gazebo at the CasaBlanca Resort. Courtesy Mesquite Gaming

The Casablanca Hotel, Resort Golf and Spa: Visitors driving in from Las Vegas will find the Casablanca hotel on the city’s west  side, just as they enter town. The casino hosts gaming, concerts and food, and the resort is the perfect base-camp for a golf excursion. The hotel’s huge pool and cabanas are a great place to cool off after a round.

The pool at the CasaBlanca Resort. Courtesy Mesquite Gaming.

Virgin River Hotel and Casino offers stay and play packages for as low at $79.

Golfing Opportunities

CasaBlanca 8th hole. Courtesy Mesquite Gaming

Casablanca Golf Course: The course is a classic desert challenge and is strong enough to be the site of the Nevada Open. The tournament visits Mesquite Nov. 7 to 9 with an estimated $150,000 purse and rounds at the Palms and CasaBlanca golf courses with CasaBlanca hosting the final round on Nov. 9.

The Palms Golf Course features more than 200 palm trees and a ton of water to challenge visitors. The front-nine is where the water is, and the back-nine heads into the mountains for serious terrain.

CasaBlanca 4th hole. Courtesy Mesquite Gaming

Two-player tournaments: The golf community in Mesquite for many years hosted the Mesquite Amateur outings but recently announced they were dropping that lineup in lieu of an expanded series of two-player tournaments to be held just at Casablanca, Palms and Conesstoga courses. Two-man tournaments are planned for Nov. 11 and 12 this year, and Feb. 16-18 and May 24-26.


The Palms Golf Course. Courtesy Mesquite Gaming

Other courses dot the region including Falcon Ridge on the northwest side (a rolling challenge that climbs into the foothills), Sand Hollow Resort’s championship course, Coral Canyon and Sky Mountain Golf Club.

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