4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays through a multi-use park with a few trees and decent grass cover. There is some distance variety with some shorter holes and a couple where most players will pull out a driver. A few of the pin placements have some trees around so you have to think about where to place your drive/approach. The park was clean and well-maintained when I played.
Cons: The layout is really terrible. After every shot you have to go searching for the next tee, with no above ground tee markers and tiny useless squares of concrete for the tees they're difficult to find. Often you have to walk back the entire length of the hole or longer to get to the next tee, and that's between two mediocre holes so it's certainly not worth the extra walking.
The first 3 holes have awkward lines, there are some nice trees but they're used in odd ways rather than creating interesting and valid lines to hit. The rest of the course is wide open and doesn't present any interesting challenges. Many of the holes play over or near picnic areas, a walking path and fields that are used for various sports. On a nice day that makes this course pretty unsafe to play.
Other Thoughts: Beginners will find this course approachable but not very entertaining, and most beginners won't put in the effort to find all the tees out here. More experienced players won't find any interesting challenges or real variety. Don't go out of your way to play this one, even compared to the other courses in Vegas this one stands out in a bad way.
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