Course Design

A Rees Jones
Design

Dramatic elevation changes, postcard-worthy vistas, fast greens, and thoughtful sequencing come together in this Rees Jones design. Calling for strategy and creativity on every hole, this is a golf experience like no other. Tour caliber forecaddies complete the experience with expert knowledge, sage advice, and perhaps most importantly, moral support!

Course Tour

  • Hole 1

    Par 4 | Handicap 11

    Hole 2

    Par 4 | Handicap 1

    Hole 3

    Par 5 | Handicap 9

    Hole 4

    Par 3 | Handicap 15

    Hole 5

    Par 5 | Handicap 5

    Hole 6

    Par 4 | Handicap 13

    Hole 7

    Par 3 | Handicap 17

    Hole 8

    Par 4 | Handicap 3

    Hole 9

    Par 4 | Handicap 7

    Hole 10

    Par 4 | Handicap 6

    Hole 11

    Par 4 | Handicap 11

    Hole 12

    Par 3 | Handicap 18

    Hole 13

    Par 4 | Handicap 12

    Hole 14

    Par 4 | Handicap 14

    Hole 15

    Par 3 | Handicap 16

    Hole 16

    Par 5 | Handicap 10

    Hole 17

    Par 4 | Handicap 2

    Hole 18

    Par 5 | Handicap 8

    Hole 1

    Par 4 | Handicap 11

    The opening hole at Cascata sets the tone for a fantastic round. Featuring a magical view from the tee of mountains and a running river along the left side, this is a hole that gets you into the round in spectacular fashion. Hit a good drive uphill and approach the front to back sloping green for a strong start.

    • Black: 367
    • Blue: 337
    • Gold: 309
    • Red: 287

    Hole 2

    Par 4 | Handicap 1

    Surrounded by an amphitheater backdrop of mountains; number two at Cascata is a jaw dropping hole in its beauty and ability to test players early in their round. A long, uphill par four with a beastly fairway bunker on the left side, you will want to then look to leave your approach shot on the short side of the green for an uphill putt. Those who go long over the great will find themselves in the greenside bunkers for a challenging up and down.

    • Black: 427
    • Blue: 406
    • Gold: 377
    • Red: 337

    Hole 3

    Par 5 | Handicap 9

    The number three par five is a stunner, and players may find themselves pulling their cameras out when standing on the teebox. The elevated tee provides a breathtaking view of the Vegas foothills and mountain range far off into the distance. You may attempt to reach these distant mountains with your drive, and long hitters will be rewarded with a chance to go for this green in two.

    • Black: 561
    • Blue: 545
    • Gold: 531
    • Red: 467

    Hole 4

    Par 3 | Handicap 15

    Number four is the first par three on the course, featuring a postcard view from the teebox of a lake protecting the front left side of the green, and another stunning mountain view backdrop. Bunkers also protect the right side of the green, providing a narrow landing zone for your tee shot.

    • Black: 216
    • Blue: 193
    • Gold: 160
    • Red: 130

    Hole 5

    Par 5 | Handicap 5

    Turning back up the hill towards the mountain range is the par five fifth hole. With plenty of fairway to work with, you can let it fly off the tee. From there, the slight dog leg left will test those who elect to go for the green in two, with a huge bunker protecting the front left side of the green.

    • Black: 523
    • Blue: 500
    • Gold: 460
    • Red: 448

    Hole 6

    Par 4 | Handicap 13

    The dog leg right, par four sixth hole provides another unique view of the mountains towering over the left side of the fairway. You will want to keep your tee shot down that left side to achieve the optimal angle for your approach shot at the green. Avoiding the greenside bunker on the right will help, and you will then be tested by a severely sloped green.

    • Black: 379
    • Blue: 364
    • Gold: 339
    • Red: 259

    Hole 7

    Par 3 | Handicap 17

    Built into the canyons, number seven is sure to provide one of the most spectacular tee shot views on the course. With bunkers and a river heavily protecting the green, a lower trajectory shot to the middle of the green will serve you well.

    • Black: 157
    • Blue: 139
    • Gold: 129
    • Red: 122

    Hole 8

    Par 4 | Handicap 3

    Number eight is a dog leg right par four that would be best suited for taking less than driver off the tee in order to split the mountains on either side of the fairway. Creativity will be tested on this hole specifically on your second shot, which will require you to hit it high and land soft on the elevated and undulating green.

    • Black: 408
    • Blue: 390
    • Gold: 370
    • Red: 343

    Hole 9

    Par 4 | Handicap 7

    The ninth hole is a straightaway par four down the hill towards the stunning backdrop of mountains. Downhill all the way to the green, you should have an excellent look into the green which has some bunker protection but is otherwise very receptive with wide landing areas at the front and left side.

    • Black: 467
    • Blue: 427
    • Gold: 390
    • Red: 363

    Hole 10

    Par 4 | Handicap 6

    The tenth hole provides another awe inspiring straightaway view of the Vegas foothills and mountain range. Hit your tee shot left center and you will have an excellent look into the green, which is protected by some greenside bunkers in front and on the left side and get your back nine off to a strong start with this par four.

    • Black: 466
    • Blue: 449
    • Gold: 423
    • Red: 385

    Hole 11

    Par 4 | Handicap 11

    Number eleven is a stunning mountain studded par four that will test your creativity and shot making. Taking less than driver off the tee is the recommended approach, especially with the pond at the end of the fairway which could be reached by longer hitters. Give yourself a wedge or short iron into this elevated green, and don’t land it short as your ball will find the hazard. Enjoy the picturesque approach shot into this green surrounded by mountain tops.

    • Black: 346
    • Blue: 333
    • Gold: 310
    • Red: 267

    Hole 12

    Par 3 | Handicap 18

    Twelve at Cascata is a beautiful par three highlighted by a running waterfall cascading down from the mountainside that overlooks this green. Avoid this left side with your tee shot, as there is a river running along this side of the hole. Bunkers line the right side of the green, requiring a straight tee shot to find the putting surface.

    • Black: 165
    • Blue: 150
    • Gold: 132
    • Red: 122

    Hole 13

    Par 4 | Handicap 12

    The memorable par four thirteenth at Cascata is a signature hole, with a stunning view of the mountain range from the elevated tee, and a green dramatically placed among red rock outcroppings. The severe dog leg left will tempt you to cut the corner, and the approach shot will favor the right side, which feeds onto the green, over the left which features a greenside bunker. Enjoy the photo opportunities on this one.

    • Black: 469
    • Blue: 389
    • Gold: 348
    • Red: 306

    Hole 14

    Par 4 | Handicap 14

    Don’t lose focus to the valley views from this teebox. With a river running all along the right side of the par four fourteenth, capped by a pond at the front right and bunkers to the back left of the green; this is a shot makers hole. An accurate tee shot is critical to give yourself a good view into this protected green.

    • Black: 434
    • Blue: 393
    • Gold: 369
    • Red: 347

    Hole 15

    Par 3 | Handicap 16

    Another postcard worthy par three, number 15 features a backdrop of mountains towering over the green. Avoid the bunkers guarding either side of this green, and favor the right side as the left greenside bunker is a challenge, and you can play the hill on the right.

    • Black: 212
    • Blue: 192
    • Gold: 168
    • Red: 148

    Hole 16

    Par 5 | Handicap 10

    Sixteen is a desert winding par five that goes up the hill, meandering through jagged rocks and mountaintops. A wide, inviting fairway greets you off the tee, then as you turn left for your approach shot to the canyon dwelling green you will seek to avoid the front left bunker for a good scoring opportunity.

    • Black: 508
    • Blue: 473
    • Gold: 446
    • Red: 434

    Hole 17

    Par 4 | Handicap 2

    Seventeen is a fantastic penultimate hole. The towering tee shot with a canyon amphitheater will entice long hitters to try and cut the corner of the dogleg left, which can result in an attackable short approach into the green, but be weary of the trio of bunkers protecting the front and back right corners.

    • Black: 489
    • Blue: 470
    • Gold: 450
    • Red: 370

    Hole 18

    Par 5 | Handicap 8

    A stunning finish to your round - the par five eighteenth hole is a double dog leg that will leave you with lasting memories. Palm trees and mountains line the fairway, and the river that starts up the left side eventually turns through the middle of the fairway. A true shot maker's hole, the safe approach is to take less than driver off the tee, then lay up for a wedge into the invitingly large green. What a special finishing hole.

    • Black: 559
    • Blue: 514
    • Gold: 495
    • Red: 456

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