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If golf is your game, Henderson offers a wide variety of courses to challenge and entertain you. And with our beautiful desert climate, you can tee it up on over 330 days a year at one of these courses:
Black Mountain is the only 27-hole course in Henderson. The original nine holes, Founder, were opened in 1958, with a second nine, Horizon, added in 1963. In 2002, the members voted to add a third nine holes, the Desert Course. From the white tees the course ratings are 68.7 - 69.6, with slope ratings of 121 - 126.
Located in Sun City MacDonald Ranch, Desert Willow is a par 60 Executive Course, and was selected as one of the top Executive Courses in America in 2006 by Golf Range Magazine. The course is 3,811 yards with a slope rating of 91.
Designed by Jay Morrish and David Druzinky, DragonRidge is a private club in MacDonald Highlands. Amenities include locker rooms, a fitness center, swimming pool, and tennis courts. The course has hosted Tiger Jam™ III and IV as well as the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge.
This 7,250-yard, par 72 course designed by Tom Weiskopf has amazing views of Lake Las Vegas, the mountains, and the Las Vegas Strip. The clubhouse features Tuscan architecture, and The Vineyard Restaurat and Bar offers great Italian dining.
Legacy is an 18-hole layout in the Green Valley area of Henderson. The signature hole is the 10th, where each of the four tee boxes is in the shape of a playing card suit. The course was included in Golf Digest's "Top 10 Courses You Can Play" in Nevada.
Featuring three waterfalls, this Jack Nicklaus-designed course is the home of the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge. Five holes run along the shoreline of Lake Las Vegas on this 7,261 yard, 72-hole layout. For dining there is the Player's Lounge and the MiraLago Lakeside Mediterranean Cafe.
In 2006, Golf Digest awarded the Revere Golf Club a 4 1/2 star rating. Located in the master-planned community of Anthem, the club offers two 18-hole layouts, Concord and Lexington. Desert canyons, Bermuda fairways and generous greens await golfers of all skill levels.
Rees Jones designed Rio Secco, built in 1997. The Butch Harmon School of Golf is here, along with a 30,000 square foot clubhouse and Janelas Restaurant @ Rio Secco. The course is rated 70.0 - 75.7 with slope ratings of 125 - 142. Tiger Woods holds the course record at 64.
Opened in July, 2006, Tuscany is a 72-hole layout by golf course architect Ted Robinson. The course plays from 5,616 to 6,906 yards with ratings from 69.9 to 72.4. A clubhouse with a pro shop, pub, fine dining restaurant, and banquet facilities should open in mid-2007.
A former PGA Tour course in the 60's and 70's, Wildhorse was redesigned in 2004 and is owned by the City of Henderson. Originally named the Paradise Valley Country Club and once owned by Howard Hughes, the par-70 course plays from 4,995 to 6,525 yards.
All of these courses have great homes nearby, many with spectacular golf views. If you have any questions or need more information about real estate in Henderson, Nevada call me at (702) 339-9700 or email me at JohnNovak@kw.com. I'm looking forward to earning your business!
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