Distance from Strip: 60-75 Min.
Course Type: Desert
Designer: David Druzisky
Number of Holes: 18
GPS On Carts: No
Elevation Changes: Severe
Metal Spikes Allowed: No
Pro On-site: Yes
Pro Shop • Clubhouse • Driving range
Practice Chipping Green • Putting Green
Lessons • Restaurant/Bar • Snack Bar
Oasis Golf Club Canyons Course: Green Fee and Cart Fee
Opened in 2005 to complement the beautiful Palmer Course is the spectacular championship 18-hole Oasis Golf Club Canyons Golf Course. Designed by David Druzisky, who also co-designed one of the best courses in Las Vegas, DragonRidge Country Club, has built this beauty also out of the canyons and desert terrain of the Mesquite Valley.
The Oasis Golf Club Canyons Course is a rugged, meticulously designed course; enhancing the character and charm of the natural setting. The Canyons course also has dramatic elevation changes and sharp dog-legs around the desert canyons. This par-71 layout is generally kept in near perfect condition year around. The Canyon’s course has a variety of bunkers, long par 4s, and a number of water hazards you are not going to want to hit in. Shot management is a key on this course, so think before you pull out your club selection. It may be a little shorter at 6400 yards from the tips and can be a little more of a relaxing round, but with the risk/reward opportunities, your score can fluctuate either way.
The Oasis facility consists of a 29,000 square-foot club house with a complete pro shop, locker rooms with showers, a fully stocked restaurant/bar, plus meeting & banquet rooms for all events. The practice facilities at the Oasis Golf Club includes a learning center, a grass driving range, two short game areas with bunkers, and a putting green.
Collared shirt, sleeveless blouse of conservative design, and non-denim, mid-length shorts or pants.
Collared shirts with sleeves and non-denim, mid length shorts or pants.
Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who is dressed inappropriately.
Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.