WildHorse Golf Club

Henderson, Nevada | 18 holes | Traditional | Par: 70 | 6525 yards

Opened in 1959, Wildhorse Golf Club received a facelift from Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt in 2004. The course has been rated one of the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest and is a fine choice for your next Las Vegas golf outing.

This course dates back to 1959 but received a facelift from Brian Curley and lee Schmidt in 2004. The par-70 championship golf course is a favorite among locals and a former PGA Tour stop.

You better bring your A-game if you plan on playing Wildhorse. Its par-4 398-yard ninth hole is one of the most difficult in southern Nevada, and Vegas Golfer Magazine rated it one of the toughest holes in the Las Vegas area. You'll need to be not only long but accurate off the tee. Keep your poise and focus, and you might come away from number nine with a respectful score; otherwise, it will eat you alive.

The facility includes a clubhouse, meeting areas, a pro shop, the Wildhorse Golf Academy and a snack bar and restaurant on site. All this makes Wildhorse Golf Club a 'must play' on your next Las Vegas golf outing.

Par, yardages and course ratings

Tee Par Yardage Rating Slope
Black 70 5529 65.6 113
Gold 70 6037 68.6 127
Silver 70 4995 68.4 109
Green 70 6525 71.4 136
Black (W) 70 5529 71.5 118

At a glance

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Bob Cupp, Brian Curley, Casey O'Callaghan Golf Course Design, Hubert Green, Lee E. Schmidt
  • Type: Public/Municipal
  • Style: Traditional
  • Built in: 1959
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Visitor Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Search tee times

Practice facilities

  • Driving range: Yes
  • Putting green: Yes


  • Teaching pro: Yes
  • Golf school / golf academy: Yes - "Wildhorse Golf Academy"


  • Pro: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes
  • Pull carts:


2100 W Warm Springs Rd
Henderson, Nevada 89014
Clark County
P: (702) 434-9000
F: (702) 434-9006
W: golfwildhorse.com

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • 1 stars out of 5
    by S. S. Inouye
    on November 17th, 2017 17:32
    Made a tee time for two at 11:56 on the Wildhorse website 3 weeks before. Arrived at the course a little after 11:00. Pro Shop clerk acknowledged our 11:56 time. A second clerk whispered to the first that "they" had already made the turn. The first clerk told me to come back around 12:00 and they might be able to get us out about 12:30. I pointed out that I had an 11:56 tee time but they would not honor the reservation. She admitted that play was slow so even if we did get out at 12:30 we would not be able to finish before the sun set at about 4:40. I was told they couldn't do anything about honoring my tee time. Have played there in the distant past, but will never, ever even consider them for play in the future. For me, they broke a "contract" with us for the 11:56 tee time. and refused to even consider honoring it. A real low class facility. Now I know why my friend, who is a resident of Henderson, previously told me he refuses to play there ever more. Bad lesson learned.
  • 2.5 stars out of 5
    by Mike Teeken
    on May 15th, 2016 18:51
    Course was not in very good shape. Tee boxes and greens are very worn out. Fairways were ok. Staff was real nice.
  • 2 stars out of 5
    by Mitchell
    on December 11th, 2014 11:58
    This course rests on top of what used to be a great golf course, Paradise Valley CC. Long and tough, at one time during the sixties and seventies, it was the only true championship course in Vegas.

    Wildhorse isn’t terrible, but compared to what it once was, it’s a boring pitch-n-putt. Pretty sad.
  • 4.5 stars out of 5
    by michael g
    on January 17th, 2014 11:24
    This course was great to play very well maintained. Our rental clubs were better then expected, great deals on food and beverage.
    Service from staff was excellent. Our Cab ride from the Excalibur to the course clubhouse was $26.00 USD for 1 way
  • 3.5 stars out of 5
    by Joel
    on August 16th, 2013 00:27
    Although Wildhorse is an older course it has par 5's that are not automatic birdie holes and some challenging par 4's as well. The greens are a little hairy normally on this course, however they react appropriately when a ball lands onto them. For example if you hit a wedge into a green it will check up. Some courses in Vegas you can't even land the ball on the green and hope to get close to the pin. Also this course is cheap, it may not be your championship course but it is a playable and enjoyable experience that calls for shot shaping on a few holes.
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