Our golf course is 50 years old this year and has over 1,500 mature trees on the course. The course was designed by Ralph Plummer in 1960, when he was one of the leading golf course architects in the nation. Mr. Plummer designed a par-72 parkland course which features lush fairways, manicured greens and several strategically positioned lakes. The desert-framed golf course is one of the longest courses in the state at 7,545 yards and is adjustable to 5,200 yards to make it both challenging and fun for all skill levels.
Ralph Plummer’s portfolio includes Shady Oaks Country Club, home of famed golfer Ben Hogan; The Colonial Country Club in Forth Worth, Texas; and Tryall Golf Club in Jamaica.
The championship golf course is paired with two driving ranges, and features two short game areas including bunkers and uneven lie simulations, an undulating 10,000 square foot putting green, and another putting green normally utilized prior to the start of the round.