Carson City in Nevada is a great place for non-championship courses and golfing vacations. Though the number of courses is limited and their popularity makes them exceptionally busy, both are unique in their own way and attract millions of visitors each year. With excellent amenities and well kept greenways, these golf courses are well worth a look and try.
When trying to find ideal golf courses in and around Carson City, Nevada, the only ones within immediate reach of local hotels, campgrounds and motels are two of the area's best. They cover large greenways and offer eighteen hole excitement, combined with the warmth and expertise of caring and well-trained golfing professionals and staff. Golfing vacations are kept relaxing and challenging at the same time.
Carson City's two golf courses include the Dominguez Hills and Victoria Park courses. In fact, the oldest is the Dominguez which has a sufficient set up to keep even intermediate golfers happy. Both are carefully managed by the American Golf Corporation and offer exceptional club houses and snack bars to keep everyone well entertained and well-fed.
The Dominguez Hills covers one thousand, nine hundred and ninety-one yards of golfing terrain. The slopes are rated at about 90, though some rate the course as low as fifty-one percent. This is of course a simple city course, not designed for the likes of world champions, so it is no surprise that it lacks practice bunkers at many of its holes, much to the frustration of novice golfers.
The Victoria Park course is much larger, covering six thousand, eight hundred and forty-seven yards of carefully tended Bermudan grass ways. In fact, many prefer this course to the other because its overall ratings are higher – slopes at 126 and general rating at seventy-three. The course fees include golf carts, when available, ranging from $20 to $40, dependent on the time of day and day of the week.