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Wildhorse Golf Club
Golf Club
Today 6:00 am – 6:00 pm
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2100 W Warm Springs Rd Las Vegas, NV 89014
2100 W Warm Springs RdUSNVLas Vegas89014
Golf Club, Banquet Hall
Golf Club
Banquet Hall
Public Golf Course
Golf Instructor
Golf Driving Range
Today 6:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 6:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 6:00 am – 6:00 pm
18 Hole Golf Course, Driving Range, Banquets, Meetings, and Receptions. Golf Shop and Restaurant also on site
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bradley johnson
reviewed 3 months ago
You kinda get the feel that the have enough business to get by here based on the customer service and overall feel. We showed up with a groupon and they told us "they" were not supposed to be offering any more of them and our tee time was double booked....confusing to me because we chose a tee time with purchase of the groupon. He said he could get us out eventually and did. Based on how busy it was I thought it would have to be a pretty nice course but it was just okay.
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hhugobboss H
reviewed a year ago
Ok course but not worth the money. There are many better courses in Vegas most for a lower rate also.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
This course is close enough to the strip and cheap if you play twilight. The course is not the best I've played, but it's certainly not a bad experience. One thing I'd like to add is on my last round here, I ran into 3 loose dogs without a human owner in sight. The first 2 dogs (looked like golden retrievers) were together and seemed docile enough. The 3rd one though (I think it was around the 14th hole) was a mutt and it came out of nowhere and pounced on a baby duck. It ended up killing the duck in front of us and leaving feathers all over the green. Not exactly the most pleasant of experiences!
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Natasha Robarge
reviewed 8 months ago
I went to Las Vagas to visit a relative and we went out to Wildhorse Golf Club. I enjoyed the pars because they were all unique. I played it in under 4 hours. It was a lot of fun! Afterwards, we went to the restaurant. The food was amazing! Overall, I think this is a great place. Next time I see my relative, I plan to come back here to golf.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
I am not a good golfer, so it's not entirely my place yet to judge a course's quality. This is one of the few affordable places for a local to golf without having to drive outside of town, so that makes it attractive. Even without being on top of my game though, I would tell that the fairways (when I was actually on them) were a little thin and sandy. The greens (after the 10 shots it took me to get to them) were hard, thin and fast. I would blame my extremely high score on the course, but I'm quite certain that my horrible skill level had something to do with that. It was a fine course for it's age, and not entirely unreasonable comparably in Las Vegas. The golf shop people were friendly, the concessions girl was helpful, and the restaurant was quite good. I would say something nice about the bev cart, but we only saw it twice in 18 holes. I think that's not quite often enough.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I wouldn't suggest this course. The greens are like putting in downtown Baghdad, fairways are shotty at best. Take your $79 non resident fee and place it on Black. Beautiful landscaping and clubhouse grounds, golf course is a two thumbs down.