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Wolf Creek Golf Club, Mesquite
(4.3/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
The challenging desert terrain of the 18-hole course at Wolf Creek Golf Club offers a view of beige, brush-covered hills. You can book a play-and-stay package that combines a course pass with accommodations or purchase a day pass and rent equipment to test your skill. To boost your score, check out an aerial view of each hole on the virtual tour on the attraction's website. Arrange your visit to Wolf Creek Golf Club and discover more family-friendly attractions in Mesquite using our Mesquite trip itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I have golfed here several times. I planned a trip to specifically play this course along with others in the area. This course is a must play. It's one of the best in the area by far. You will love th...  more »
  • Wolf Creek has so many stunning views, it's hard to know which is the signature hole. I am a 16 handicap player and it's a little too demanding for me. Therefore, my strategy is to make pars and forge...  more »
  • Nice staff, very nice golf course. I played like crap, so that was a slight detractor, but this place is very much in the upper echelon of courses in the Vegas area. Some of the holes are incredible! 
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  • Without a doubt one of the most stunning golf courses I have ever played. I will definitely be back. The elevation changes on some holes are amazing and the views are amazing.
  • Wolf Creek was the second course we golfed at during our golf trip to Nevada/Utah. This course was beautiful, well maintained, and fun yet challenging to play. If you're in the area, it's worth the trip to play a round here.
  • A must see course! We go every couple of years. Unbelievable condition and views!
  • Amazing course Beatiful scenery Very well maintained
  • Wow, what an experience. Its a fair drive from the strip. 1 hr 15 minutes is what it took me. But the drive there is so easy. Pro Shop and club house are just ok, but who cares when the course is the most important thing. The range is pretty terrible, irons only. They ran out of room or range was an after thought. Which is a shame as you need to drive the ball pretty good here, would be nice to hit few prior. I played the blue tees and they were pushed back to black location on a bunch of holes. The black tees were not even in on some of the holes. When the wind is up and blowing this would be even harder then it is. Amazing course to play, one of those have to play courses for sure. I took 89 pictures during my round. Pace of play was not an issue. We played in just a little over 5 hours. I think the challenge here is people are taking on more then they can handle. No wonder you have to sign a waiver before your round, you could get killed driving the carts around here. I wonder how many carts actually get damaged and driven into desert. Its like the Indy 500 of golf carts. No gps on carts which you think they would have. Knew this ahead of time and brought my unit. At least they have yardage books and that gives you a lot of the information you need. Wonderful experience and would play it again. Staff was just ok. Service at bar and restaurant was not great so decide not to eat there. I can't get over all the views playing this course. Greens could really use some one going around and fixing ball marks, or the damn people golfing there actually fixing them! Pricey but for an experience course well worth it. I would probably play Cascata over Wolf Creek still.