TPC Las Vegas (Canyons)

Las Vegas, Nevada | TPC Las Vegas (Canyons)

Architect: Bobby Weed & Raymond Floyd
Year: 1996

9851 Canyon Run Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89144
(702) 256-2500

Course Access: Public


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Bill Satterfield

TPC Las Vegas (Canyons)

What to Expect: No matter how large or small, golfing at a PGA Tour stop gives golfers a special feeling and a chance to see how they stack up to the big boys. At TPC Las Vegas (The Canyons) you are offered an opportunity to play a public access course that combines traditional holes with desert holes. The canyons come into play on a majority of the holes on the back nine and create some natural hazards that are both attractive and entertaining. Conditions are always excellent and the facilities are excellent for hosting events. Signature Hole: 2nd - 196 Yard Par 3 - The 2nd hole is your first introduction to desert/canyon golf and it hits you with a bang! At nearly 200 yards, this island green that is surrounded by a barranca and desert rather than water offers the most challenging approach shot of the day. A single bunker sits on the right side of the green that is 39 yards deep and not as wide. There is a bit of forgiveness right of the putting surface that will kick balls back towards the hole, but anything left of the green will finish down with the lizards.     INDIVIDUAL HOLE ANALYSIS Best Par 3: 2nd - 196 Yards - Par 3 - Already featured as the signature hole, this side view of the green shows how the nasty bed of rocks and sand that awaits an inaccurate tee shot. If you miss this green, be sure to… More >