SouthShore Golf Club

Las Vegas, Nevada | SouthShore Golf Club

Architect: Jack Nicklaus
Year: 1996

100 Strada Di Circolo
Henderson, Nevada 89011
(702) 856-8402

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized carts available


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Laid out on the bluffs above Lake Las Vegas, SouthShore is a dramatic Jack Nicklaus layout located in the city of Henderson.  The rugged desert terrain features thrilling elevation changes that result is exciting shots and stunning views.  Golfers are given a full dose of eye candy with breathtaking views of Lake Las Vegas on a par five, a waterfall tumbling through the palm trees on a par four, and a beautiful Augusta-like par three.

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The Itinerant Golfer

SouthShore Golf Club

What to Expect:  Laid out on the bluffs above Lake Las Vegas, SouthShore is a dramatic Jack Nicklaus layout located in the city of Henderson. The rugged desert terrain features thrilling elevation changes that result is exciting shots and stunning views. Over 3 million cubic yards or dirt were moved which Jack utilized to create more downhill holes than uphill ones. While the front nine is great, the back nine is flat out sensational! Golfers are given a full dose of eye candy with breathtaking views of Lake Las Vegas on a par five, a waterfall tumbling through the palm trees on a par four, and a beautiful Augusta-like par three. Since the change in ownership to Pacific Links, course conditions are at a peak and compliment the engaging layout. The major changes in elevation require a cart to play at SouthShore unless you are summoning your inner mountain goat. I love it when I play a course that exceeds my expectations which is exactly what happened at SouthShore. With the excellent conditions, dramatic holes, and attractive scenery, SouthShore is absolutely one of the finest courses in the Silver State. Signature Hole:  14th - 176 Yard Par 3 - On a back nine busting with scenic holes, the par three 14th takes the cake as the premier postcard candidate. This attractive mid-length one-shotter plays over a pond to a green that is supported by a rock wall in the front and flanked by palm trees in the back. Where water… More >