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Oasis Golf Club, Mesquite

#5 of 8 in Outdoors in Mesquite
Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
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Mesquite, Nevada's only 36 hole golf club is a semi-private resort facility. The Palmer course was designed by Arnold Palmer in 1995. The Canyons Course was originally a nine-hole layout named the Vistas, which is now the back nine. In 2005, the introduction of the new arroyo nine meanders through existing canyon landscape and desert, which is comparable to the Palmer Course.
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  • The Worden at Oasis is a standout for excellence in preparation, presentation and great, friendly service. We are looking forward to their dinner service starting this week. We find ourselves returning frequently - we know it will always be delicious and a pleasant meal out!
  • Just finished a week and a bit long golf trip, 36 a day, total of 18 rounds. 2nd year in a row to Mesquite because of just how great, and close, all the courses are to each other. I am a little biased towards these courses as I just made my first ever hole in one on the 17th at canyons(cannot stop myself from telling everyone and anyone….even random people reading google reviews) First…Canyons course. This is my favourite. Holes are tough, they demand good shots to be on in regulation…but once you get there, the greens are fair. They’re not flat, but the not extreme as most in the area are. This course has a good mix of long and short holes. There are drop shots and fun geography. All the holes are different. If you’re looking for a course to throw down a low round, this is the one. Palmer. Good course too. Some very demanding holes. I find it a little more gimmicky than canyons, but absolutely worth playing. The reason I gave it only four stars. The marshals. You pay a lot of money to play these courses, and as we are always re-rounding and late in the season, we are usually pushing the envelope on daylight…but we planned our tee times accordingly. Both days we played these courses the Marshalls told us we were going to have to quit with only a couple holes to play because they wanted to clean the carts and get out of there. Both times we ignored them as for whatever reason, they start their tour on 18 and work back, meanwhile guys are still teeing off on 10. Both days we finished in the light. Both days we were nowhere near the last groups off the course. The second day I got my hole in one on 17 (see, I did it again) after being told we’d have to leave. Then, while we were putting on 18…in daylight…he came back around and growled at us to hurry up. It was a little bit of bulls**t that we just didn’t appreciate.

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