552 S. Stephanie St.
Henderson, NV 89012
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DragonRidge Country Club
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|Jan 1 - Dec 31
||Private - Please Call For
Pricing & Availability
Toll Free (877) 669-2847
||Jul 5-Aug 6 - Weekdays Only 9 Holes Open
Front Nine Times 10:30am-12:20pm
Back Nine Closed for Bunker Renovation
Weekends - All 18 Holes Open for Normal Play
||Aug 29-Sep 22 - Course Closed for Overseeding
||Sep 23-Oct 13 - Cart Path Only Restrictions
Sunrise Sunset Schedule
About DragonRidge Country Club:
Designed by the well-known Jay Morrish and Dave Druzisky,
DragonRidge Country Club quickly has become one of the best known
courses in Las Vegas to play when you are here. The tables can wait
if you want to play some serious golf. This course has been fully
private for a coupe of years now, and has decided to reopen its
doors for limited non-member play.
Even though the course only plays a little off 7,000 yards from
the tips, do not let that fool you. Being fully dynamited from the
mountains, and a slope and rating of 72.9/143, DragonRidge has some
shots that you will not think are possible. Your ball will fly over
multiple desert washes, bunkers, and water features during its flight.
This course does play to all golfers with six sets of tee boxes
and generous fairways.
DragonRidge Country Clubs is also privy to some of the most breathtaking
views in the Las Vegas Valley. Number 2, being one of the most popular
holes on the course, is a par-3 that is 229 yards from the tips.
The nice thing about this hole is that it plays 2-4 clubs shorter
due to the tee-box being on top of a mountain. You have to see it
to believe it. You can see the entire Vegas Valley from one end
to another….bring your camera; you will regret it if you forget
The famous holes that you have to look out for are 10 and 18.
These holes both have split fairways; meaning you have 2 different
to choose from. All we can say is go left on 10 and right on 18…you
should be safe with that. Do not be scared; the holes may look
intimidating, but the landing areas are ample. Smart shot selection
is a must.
The best thing about DragonRidge Country Club, if the layout isn’t
enough, are the greens. These are the best greens in town, year
around. The original superintendent of the course received Superintendent
of the Year in 2000. Another quick tip for this course is that every
green breaks toward the east part of the Valley. You will see from
every view that the city slopes to the east, and so do the greens.
You may not realize it or even think it is possible, but after a
round or two on the course, you will want to take the valley’s
slope into consideration on each putt. From past experience, the
valley does not affect the putt on number 16.
DragonRidge Country Club is located 15-20 minutes from the Las
Vegas Strip. The course included a full driving range, chipping
green with bunker, and putting green. The facility also has a 35,000
square-foot clubhouse at the top of the mountain that has views
of he entire city. The course runs Bermuda on the fairways and Bentgrass
on the greens. The greens come with severe to tricky breaks, especially
with the valley having its affect. The clubhouse contains a fully
stocked golf shop and a full-service bar and restaurant. Get your
round in before DragonRidge Country Club becomes fully private again
and they close their doors to the outside public. Trust VIP Golf
Services, it is a “must play”.
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Men: Collared shirts with sleeves and non-denim, mid length shorts or pants.
Women: Collared shirt, sleeveless blouse of conservative design, and non-denim, mid-length shorts or pants.
Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to
anyone who is dressed inappropriately.
Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.