15 Helpful / 1 Not
Nice little course.
Pros: Well maintained grounds, Concrete tee pads, New Mach III baskets, Tee signs with pin locations and distance, Very clean, Benches and trash cans throughout, Water fountain, Dog friendly, No underbrush, Not crowded, Friendly locals and best of all Free!
Cons: No parking available nearby, Narrow fairways, Walking path runs down the middle, Navigation, Private?
Other Thoughts: I found the Peccole Ranch Home Owners Office to be the closest and safest place to park without being towed. It is located next to the elementary school on Red Hill Dr. just after the round-about.
From the parking lot of that building there is a path between the tennis courts and the office, follow the path past the volleyball court through the tunnel and towards the sidewalk you will see tee #1 and the strict code of conduct expected.
Holes 1-3 play between the street and some backyards. After hole #3 stay left, don't go through the tunnel!
Holes 4-8 wind through a narrow (30yd.) wide landscaped area carpeted with grass, shaded by both large and small trees, bushes and boulders. On either side there are town homes and backyards and of course the walking path down the middle.
Holes 9-11 backtrack up to the tunnel.
Holes 12-14 play on the other side of the tunnel through the same type of landscape and ends near Charleston Blvd. After #14 walk about 150 yd. to your right and enter the next block of houses.
Hole 15 Plays in a xeriscape landscape type of setting with dirt, pebbles, gravel and little shade.
Holes 16-18 play across the street through the arches in the same type of setting bordered with pools and backyards. You will end up near the office building that you parked at just walk about 100 yds. towards the round-about.
I found the course to be challenging and fun that forces you to literally thread the needle with your throws. The average hole lengths were 270-340 with the trees taking away the top part of your throwing window and risking your drives to land in a backyard, the only sane option is through the trees.
15 of 16 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Nice lush grass.
Large tee pads and tee signs with distances and direction to next hole.
Nice baskets in great shape.
Alot of foliage for shade on those hot summer days.
Benches throughout the course.
Tight fairways along with some open fairways.
Righty and Lefty friendly.
All in all a fun tight course with danger all around. MUST PLAY if in the Las Vegas area.
Cons: very tight fairways bordered by peoples back yards. so if you throw a disc over the wall either you loose it or you go around and hope somebody is home so you can get your disc back.
Alot of holes over lap or play very close to each other. so be carefull of other golfers and walkers
Alot of trees pourly placed for a dg course.
A walking path goes through the hole course so you will be waiting for people to get out of your way.
Private course for the neighborhood, however i have never been told to leave. so be respectfull and you should have no problem playing
Fairways over lap and sometimes you are playing the same fairway as another hole.
Other Thoughts: Very confusing course without map or for a 1st timer.
Must play course if in vegas.
Hands down fun course with alot of danger
Better for advanced to pro players.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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