Primm Valley Golf Club - Desert Course
Primm, Nevada | 18 holes | Desert | Par: 72 | 7131 yards
Primm Valley Golf Club's Desert Course is a Tom Fazio work of art that will have golfers on a journey through the desert that consists of some of the most brilliant vistas and landscape, and a golf challenge that will have them coming back for more.
Tom Fazio once again proved he is one of the most talented golf course designers in the world with his brilliant creation at Primm Valley Golf Club's Desert Course. Golfers will be transfixed by the desert landscape.
Primm Valley G.C. seemingly rises out of nowhere out by the Nevada-California state line, and the Desert Course gives players a sense of isolation where a golfer can enjoy the amazing desert landscape to its full extent. Players will be faced with some forced carries at the Desert Course, but no forced drama. There are no tricks at this challenging run, just golfer against Fazio's brilliance and the desert's natural hazards.
Also, Primm Valley Golf Club goes the extra mile for golfers, offering a 22-acre practice facility complete with a double-ended circular driving range, target greens, chipping and pitching greens with sand bunkers, and practice putting greens. The best part? Use of the facility is complimentary with a guest's green fees.
So when you hit the state line, don't miss a chance to play one of the most dazzling and direct golf courses in all of the California and Nevada deserts, as Primm Valley Golf Club's Desert Course will be a challenge to all levels of golfer.
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At a glance
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: Tom Fazio
- Type: Resort
- Style: Desert
- Built in: 1998
- Golf Season: Year round
- Visitor Policy: Open
- Tee times welcomed: Search tee times
- Driving range: Yes
- Putting green: Yes
- Teaching pro: Yes
- Golf school / golf academy:
- Pro: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees
- Pull carts:
- Week days: $175
- Weekends: $175 Tee times from $35 - Check prices / availability