Palmer Golf Course Rates
(Rates include greens fee, cart fee)
|Jan 1 - Dec 31
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About The Oasis Palmer Golf Club:
Created by Ed Seay and Arnold Palmer back in 1994, formerly known
as the Oasis Golf Course and the only facility offering 36 holes
(The Palmer/The Canyons), The Palmer Course has been a “Top
10 You Can Play” for many years rated by Golf Digest when
Mesquite was in its development stages. The Palmer Course is rumored
to be known as one of Arnold Palmer’s personal “Top
10” as it was created inside some of Mesquite’s gorgeous
desert canyon soil.
This par-71 course offers you a choice of five different tees
making it playable for everyone and some of the most scenic desert
panoramas in Southern Nevada. Its rugged canyon fairways and meticulous
contour greens set this course apart as one of the best 18 holes
you can play. With four unique signature holes and dramatic elevated
tees, this course is one that will test all skills and shot making
Built inside an upscale housing development, the theme for most
of the course is comprised of forced carries over rock arroyos as
to why it has been a “Top 10” for so long. The Palmer
course also played host to the “Big Break Mesquite”
just a few years back.
The Oasis facility consists of a 29,000 square-foot club house
with a complete pro shop, locker rooms with showers, a fully stocked
restaurant/bar, plus meeting & banquet rooms for all events.
The practice facilities at the Oasis Golf Club includes a learning
center, a grass driving range, two short game areas with bunkers,
and a putting green.
|Oasis Palmer Golf Course Statistics
|Gold - Mens
|Gold - Ladies
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.