Golf Course Review Mojave Resort Golf Club Laughlin Nevada
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Reviewed by: roarksown1, Playa del Rey
First stop on a quick work-related desert swing this week and had an enjoyable surprise playing the Mojave Resort course on Saturday in a customer sponsored scramble tournament. I was not expecting much driving out towards Laughlin area but was very surprised indeed upon first view of the course and how lush it looked.
I found out from locals the night before the tournament that there are no water restrictions at the course since it is owned by a local Indian council. With that in mind, it’s green, green, green amidst the sandy glow of the surrounding desert and mountains.
Mojave Resort is quite a lot of fun and there are some really great holes to play, but the occasional quirky one as well, but not enough to take away from the enjoyment. Not a lot of elevation changes as one would expect, but there are plenty of uneven fairway sections to challenge your positioning, and more than enough sand traps, natural areas and waste bunkers to keep you honest. There are also some very nice water features in play on many holes as well.
Conditions are very good at the moment with the greens being a bit fuzzy and on the medium side, but rolling nicely and holding shots well. Fairways are in great shape and really fun to play with only the fewest amount of GUR areas. Tee boxes, bunkers and rough were all in good shape as well.
I took pictures of each of the holes and will upload all of those as soon as I get back home later this week. Definitely worth a round though if you happen to find yourself at the river sometime soon.