Home to one of the toughest golf holes in Southern Nevada, Wildhorse Golf Club is a great venue for golfers of all abilities. Originally built in 1959, the course was redesigned in 2004 by architects Brian Curley & Lee Schmidt, featuring several holes guarded by shimmering lakes. The championship, par 70 layout is a local’s favorite, and a former stop on the PGA Tour. Wildhorse Golf Club offers an enjoyable round of golf at a comfortable price. #18 is the signature hole, a par 4 measuring 398 yards, which is touted as the toughest hole in the Las Vegas area. Placement off the tee is a premium. Too short, and golfers face a long-iron or wood second shot into a green that is fronted by a second lake. Too long, and water comes into play behind the green, leaving the only bailout to the right… this one has golfers coming back for more.