Wolf Creek Golf Club

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St. George, Utah / Mesquite, Nevada | Wolf Creek Golf Club

Architect: Dennis Ryder
Year: 2000

403 Paradise Parkway
Mesquite, Nevada 89027
(702) 346-1670

Course Access: Public

driving range available
motorized carts available
affiliated resort accommodations


Tee Yardage Par Rating / Slope


Wolf Creek is the ultimate fantasy golf course come to life.  It truly has no equal in terms of extreme elevation changes, stunning vistas, and exhilarating holes.  The course carves through rugged desert terrain and features some of the most intense tee boxes from the tips you’ll ever encounter as you are asked to bomb shots over one canyon and land them in another.  Conditioning is plush at Wolf Creek and riding in a cart is a must.  Located 90 miles north of Las Vegas on I-15, players looking for a unique and challenging experience will make the short trip from Sin City to see one of golf’s wonders of the world.

Local Knowledge:  You better hit the ball straight at Wolf Creek because if your Titleist finds its way off the grass and into the native areas, you are prohibited from retrieving it.  You also have to get special permission to play from the tips and provide a copy of your handicap card to prove your eligibility (5 and under).

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Bill Satterfield

Wolf Creek Golf Club

What to Expect:  Wow, wow, wow. If you looked up the definition of "Wow Factor" in a golf dictionary you are sure to find several photos of the Wolf Creek Golf Club in Mesquite, Nevada. This spectacular course looks like a fantasy course designed for a video game with huge forced carries, stunning arroyos, brilliant white bunkers, attractive water features, and some of the best views Nevada offers. EA Sports recognized how impressive Wolf Creek would look in the virtual world and started featuring the course on the world's best selling golf video game of all-time; Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf. The course features gas powered carts and plenty of speed bumbs on the cart paths to handle the extreme terrain Wolf Creek is carved through. The gitty feeling I got the first time I played at Wolf Creek was the same sensation I had as a kid on my first trip to Disneyland. For a golfer, Wolf Creek is like being a kid at a candy store without the stomach ache. In fact, Wolf Creek could probably make a sizeable amount of money charging admission to spectators looking to simply drive through the course like a national park. In the end, Wolf Creek will "wow" you - guaranteed. Signature Hole:  I have to admit that I roll my eyes whenever I here some golf course declare, "At our course there are 18th signature holes, not just one." Blah, blah, blah. But never has that statement been closer to reality… More >