Oasis Golf Club Mesquite Tee Times and Golf Course Guide – MESQUITE
Oasis Golf Club
There are 36 holes of majestic, rugged and scenic golf at The Oasis Golf Club in Mesquite, Nevada, a short hour’s journey from Las Vegas. The Legendary Arnold Palmer designed the Palmer Course while Dave Druzisky designed the newer Canyons Course.
The Palmer course, formerly the Oasis course before the second 18 was added, is one of the best in Southern Nevada. Dramatic views and shot value, lakes and desert intrigue highlight this course that has been rated by Golf Digest as a “Top 10 You Can Play” course. The King himself, Palmer, definitely came through with a royal performance when designing the Oasis Golf Club.
Golf course architect Dave Druzisky isn’t a huge name in the course design industry, but he is the brains behind some of the Southern Nevada’s best golf courses. He and Jay Morrish teamed to build DragonRidge Country Club in Las Vegas, and Druzisky is the designer of the Canyons at Oasis in Mesquite, Nevada, a burgeoning golf destination. The Canyons, surprise, surprise, plays in, around and through the desert canyons of the area, providing golf shot intrigue and spectacular vistas of the Virgin Valley.
The course incorporates the original Vistas nine holes in the completed design and is one of the newest 18 hole courses in Mesquite, a well-known destination with some of the best golf packages around. The city also hosts several well-organized and fun amateur tournaments, and is the home of the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship among other big events.
The Oasis Golf Club is also home to the exquisite 29,000 square-foot clubhouse that is nestled between the Arnold Palmer-designed Palmer Golf Course and the beautiful Canyons Golf Course. The Clubhouse includes a “Members-Only” lounge, a public dining area, a fully stocked bar and a full-service Golf Shop.
Las Vegas Golfers Need To Know
- Complete Golf Packages available
- Oasis Golf Club is semi-private
- Oasis Golf Academy onsite
GOLF COURSE INFO
- Course: 36 Holes
- Course Type: Resort
- Architect: Ed Seay
- Opened: 1995