Snow Course

Nu-Wav-Kaiv

Storms in at 7,164 total yards ... Best Par 3s on the property. The original course (and a true golfer's favorite) has wide rye grass fairways, seven holes with water, traditional Dye railroad-tie bunkers, dogleg finishing holes, and a progressive layout.

Do you like risk? Or, do you go for reward? Then you'll love the challenge waiting for you in finishing holes 16, 17, and 18.

Snow Scorecard

Hole 1 - Par 4

Hole 1 - Par 4

The opening tee shot provides plenty of bailout area to the right, but a bail placed down the left side will have a better angle for your approach. Don't go long on this green.

Hole 2 - Par 4

Hole 2 - Par 4

A split fairway gives the golfer the option of carrying the native desert to a fairway tongue that will shorten the approach.

Hole 3 - Par 5

Hole 3 - Par 5

A reachable Par 5 for the long hitter. From the first landing area, the golfer must decide which route to follow. The safe play is to the left but, depending on the wind, a courageous player may go for the long carry over to the green.

Hole 4 - Par 3

Hole 4 - Par 3

With water on the right, the left side offers a generous bailout. Beware of being above the hole if the pin is back right.

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Hole 5 - Par 4

Slightly uphill and the longest Par 4, this demanding hole will reward the longer player. Bite off all you can from the left side or a long iron will await your approach. The green is wide open but be aware of the native desert left of the green.

Hole 6 - Par 5

Accuracy is important on this long, narrow Par 5. The hole tightens considerably after the first landing area. The greenside bunker is farther off the green than it appears. The tendency is to undercurb your approach.

Hole 7 - Par 4

Take your chances on this short Par 4. The safe tee short is to the left, but those attempting to drive the green must carry the farthest right bunker which is dangerously close to the native desert.

Hole 8 - Par 3

The golfer's short must carry the native desert to a green heavily bunkered on the right. The bailout area left appears safe but can leave you with a difficult chip to the green.

Hole 9 - Par 4

This hole requires an accurate drive avoiding water on the right and bunkers on the left. Grass lows left and behind the green make for difficult chipping.

Hole 10 - Par 4

With water from tee to green, a tee shot flirting with the left side will reward the player with a shorter approach to the green.

Hole 11 - Par 5

Accuracy is important on this long, narrow Par 5. The hole tightens considerably after the first landing area. The greenside bunker is farther off the green than it appears. The tendency is to undercurb your approach.

Hole 12 - Par 4

The tee short must carry the native desert and avoid the bunker right to set up your approach to an undulating green guarded by bunkers on the right.

Hole 13 - Par 4

A gambling hole creating a risk reward factor. The safe play is to the right leaving a short approach into a shallow green. The green is reachable with a long courageous drive over the desert.

Hole 14 - Par 3

The wild direction will play a big factor in club election. There is a large bailout on the left side.

Hole 15 - Par 4

Place your tee shot toward the fairway bunker long left for the best angle into the green.

Hole 16 - Par 3

With a spectacular view of Sheep Mountain, this Par 3 requires a long carry over water. The bailout area right offers a relatively easy set up and down. The greenside bunkers normally don't come into play.

Hole 17 - Par 5

Long, uphill right to the left Par 5. Keep your second shot left, it is wide open and will leave you with a better angle into the green.

Hole 18 - Par 4

A difficult finishing hole with water on the left from tee to green. Length off the tee will pay off because approach requires a lofty shot carrying water into the greens.

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The opening tee shot provides plenty of bailout area to the right, but a bail placed down the left side will have a better angle for your approach. Don't go long on this green.

A split fairway gives the golfer the option of carrying the native desert to a fairway tongue that will shorten the approach.

A reachable Par 5 for the long hitter. From the first landing area, the golfer must decide which route to follow. The safe play is to the left but, depending on the wind, a courageous player may go for the long carry over to the green.

With water on the right, the left side offers a generous bailout. Beware of being above the hole if the pin is back right.

Slightly uphill and the longest Par 4, this demanding hole will reward the longer player. Bite off all you can from the left side or a long iron will await your approach. The green is wide open but be aware of the native desert left of the green.

Accuracy is important on this long, narrow Par 5. The hole tightens considerably after the first landing area. The greenside bunker is farther off the green than it appears. The tendency is to undercurb your approach.

Take your chances on this short Par 4. The safe tee short is to the left, but those attempting to drive the green must carry the farthest right bunker which is dangerously close to the native desert.

The golfer's short must carry the native desert to a green heavily bunkered on the right. The bailout area left appears safe but can leave you with a difficult chip to the green.

This hole requires an accurate drive avoiding water on the right and bunkers on the left. Grass lows left and behind the green make for difficult chipping.

With water from tee to green, a tee shot flirting with the left side will reward the player with a shorter approach to the green.

Accuracy is important on this long, narrow Par 5. The hole tightens considerably after the first landing area. The greenside bunker is farther off the green than it appears. The tendency is to undercurb your approach.

The tee short must carry the native desert and avoid the bunker right to set up your approach to an undulating green guarded by bunkers on the right.

A gambling hole creating a risk reward factor. The safe play is to the right leaving a short approach into a shallow green. The green is reachable with a long courageous drive over the desert.

The wild direction will play a big factor in club election. There is a large bailout on the left side.

Place your tee shot toward the fairway bunker long left for the best angle into the green.

With a spectacular view of Sheep Mountain, this Par 3 requires a long carry over water. The bailout area right offers a relatively easy set up and down. The greenside bunkers normally don't come into play.

Long, uphill right to the left Par 5. Keep your second shot left, it is wide open and will leave you with a better angle into the green.

Hole 18 - Par 4

A difficult finishing hole with water on the left from tee to green. Length off the tee will pay off because approach requires a lofty shot carrying water into the greens.