The variety of remarkable golf courses in the area is part of what makes Reno Tahoe so appealing to both local and visiting golfers. Golfers can tee it up year-round since many golf courses stay open even through the cooler months. Satisfy your appetite for a challenge at one of these favorite courses.
Home to the University of Nevada, Reno Men’s and Women’s Golf Team, it offers a practice green, new chipping green, and a newly-remodeled driving range with a 100-yard short game area. This course is designed for all skill levels, providing an enjoyable challenge to every golfer from seasoned competitors to weekend warriors.
This is not your typical golf course! At Lakeridge Golf Course, every hole offers something special, but their world-famous signature hole – number 15 – takes the prize. This par 3 hole, set high atop Lake Stanley, plays to an alluring little island. Lakeridge is a premier, semi-private facility designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and has been voted “Best of Reno” year after year. Creating a memorable experience will come easily when you play at Lakeridge.
Red Hawk Golf and Resort offers two challenging courses – The Lake Course and The Hills Course. Spend your day on The Lakes Course amid natural lakes and springs, and mature cottonwood trees. The Hills Course, designed by U.S. Open Champion Hale Irwin, is known for its small greens, dramatic elevation changes and deep bunkers. At Red Hawk visitors and members also have the chance to brush up on their putting game with their 18-hole putting green before acing some real shots. All guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at David’s Grill, offering a spectacular view of the 18th hole in addition to their delicious menu.
Honored as the first golf facility in The Biggest Little City, the classic course layout at Washoe Golf Course offers something for every golfer. All ages and skill levels are able to enjoy a round on the 18 champions holes while creating the ultimate golf experience. Don’t forget to visit their Pro Shop, The Shoe Bar & Grill and practice facilities to compliment your game.
The Championship Course boasts a classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. design, with facilities and amenities include dining options, a practice facility, a clubhouse and friendly staff. Improve your score at one of their clinics or stop at The Grille at The Chateau for a satisfying meal after your round. Either way, you won’t miss the panoramic views of the mature Lake Tahoe trees and blue skies.
With an amazing mountain layout among beautiful old-growth trees, this 18-hole golf course at Incline Village also offers a fun and affordable way to play a round of golf. Their chipping and putting green is available for all players to help put themselves in the game, the tee placements range from 3,527 yards to 2,674 yards with two other combinations to accommodate all skill levels. If you’re hungry, you won’t want to pass up Wild Bill’s BBQ for slow-smoked barbecue specialties.
Not ready to show off your golf game with your friends? Work on your swing at the Grand Bay Driving Range at the Grand Sierra Resort. You can practice your swing, distance, and aim with the eight island greens varying in distance and difficulty so you can get back on your golf game.
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