The Golf Club at Dove Mountain offers 27 holes of challenging golf that blends naturally with the desert surroundings.
Hole by Hole Description
Straightaway off the tee, the bunker complex on the right side of the landing area is in play. The approach must negotiate a pot bunker in front of the green, which slopes sharply in several directions.
A dogleg left begins with a carry over the wash to a roomy landing area to the right of a pair of corner bunkers. The fairway narrows leading to the green, which has a big bunker front-left and drops off back to front.
A dogleg right starts uphill to a wide plateau, with a right-side bunker in range. From the crest, the approach is downhill to a desert-style island green, surrounded by a wide wash and a large, front-left bunker.
Slightly downhill over a strip of desert habitat, there is a generous grassy area short and left of the green, creating numerous options. A large, deep bunker is wrapped along the right side of the green.
The straight-out fairway climbs gradually toward a sprawling bunker on the right. The crest may block the sightline to the green, where a bunker is short-right and the rise on the left can provide a friendly carom.
Water stretches out from the tee along the left of a narrow landing area, with a pot bunker in play on the right. A wide wash runs in front of a small green, affecting the decision to go for it, or lay up.
A gentle dogleg right, the fairway tilts to right, toward a wash area that runs along that side from tee to green. A bunker fronts the left side of the green, but there is safety long and right, providing numerous options.
Slightly elevated tees look across a wash to a grassy area short of bunkers that pinch each side of a narrow opening to the green. A ridge creates movement from the center to the right.
Starting straight uphill, two bunkers are in range on the left. The fairway crests, then drops into a swale, rising again to an elevated green. Two bunkers sit short left, with another right of the green.