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
At a glance
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: Bob Cupp, Hubert Green
- Type: Public
- Built in: 1959
- Golf Season: Year round
- Visitor Policy: Open
- Tee times welcomed: Search tee times
- Driving range: Yes
- Putting green: Yes
- Teaching pro: No
- Golf school / golf academy: Yes
- Pro: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees
- Pull carts: No
- Week days: $35 - $87
- Weekends: $47 - $110 Tee times from $18 - Check prices / availability