Welcome to Spanish Trail Country Club, a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Masterpiece. Nestled within a private enclave of 640 acres, lies a 27-hole championship golf course comprised of three unique nines in a parkland setting also home to a past PGA Tour's Las Vegas Invitational.
Strategic water hazards, gently undulating greens, well-placed bunkers and fairways carved among the trees are all par for the course at Spanish Trail. Though designed for all levels of play, seasoned golfers relish well-planned elevation changes, water-lined fairways, and the element of surprise that comes with the unique variety of the three different nines.
The Canyon Course is the longest and most challenging course at Spanish Trail Country Club, measuring 3,576 yards from the championship tees. With its recent desert landscaping completed in 2004, it has taken on the beautiful look of a desert style golf course combined with a classic Robert Trent Jones, Jr. design. The Canyon course has two beautiful par threes, including the second hole which has a gorgeous lake and waterfall located next to the green. The finishing stretch of numbers 7, 8 & 9 will test even the best golfers. Number seven is a 215 yard par three framed by bunkers and desert landscaping; par is a very good score. The eighth hole is a 567 yard par five which plays much longer than the actual yardage, as water protects the green and comes into play on an errant second shot. The ninth hole measures 421 yards and has an elevated green protected by deep bunkers.