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2019 Worth the Green Fee for Southern Nevada — The Club at Sunrise

WTGF-The Club at Sunrise - Worth Green Fee - Southern Nevada 2019

Worth the Green Fee Award 2019 by

This year awards The Club at Sunrise Worth the Green Fee 2019 for Southern Nevada.

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Recent #GolfCourseReview

Posted: 10/20/19 9:40a
Member Since: Jul 3, 2010
From: Las Vegas

Golf Playing Conditions 8.18 GREAT
Golf Playing Conditions 8.18 GREAT

Played on Friday, 10/18 with John_T. We made a very last minute decision to play and luckily found a 7ish tee time for $39 (with a $10 food credit) on their site late Thursday night. It was still very dark when we pulled into the parking lot. Checked in and we were told we could follow the 1st group if we were ready after they go at 1st sign of light. We teed off about 20 minutes early and finished in just over 2 1/2 hours.

Some new things at the The Club: 1. They flipped the 9s so you start next to the clubhouse and finish on the par 3 on the other side of the clubhouse. This is to avoid frost delays this winter as the old front 9 is more shaded and gets the morning light later. I think the last 3 times I’ve played here I started on the old 10th/new 1st so no difference to me. Routing wise: It allows you to ease into the round with the most difficult holes stacked in the middle, the new 8-12 are the most difficult holes, at least for me. 2. Carts now have GPS with center green yardage. They will be adding the feature to order food from it to pick up at the turn.

Course has exited the maintenance period VERY LUSH! Tee boxes a bit long. Fairways were carpet like. I know they advertise the greens as the best in the Valley but the bunkers are near the top too. A little heavy but very loose and nice to hit from. The rough was just gnarly. I’m thinking they keep it Bermuda and it was just thick and nasty, except the side hills have been cut down. The Greens. They lived up to the expectations. Surprisingly though, a few ball marks on the first few holes, the first I’ve seen here. Glass like smooth, and the speed picked up as the sun warmed up.

Afterwards, took advantage of the food credit and enjoyed a great breakfast. All around service was great. They also added a drink cart to the rotation.

As always, The Club is a fun course to play. It can be easy, but if you go right, you’re in for an adventure and scrambling for a score. Worth the Green Fee Awards 2019 Worth the Green Fee Awards 2019