PHOTOS: Wolf Creek Golf Club

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Wolf Creek Golf Club • Mesquite, NV
Sunday, April 27th, 2014
Nestled deep in the hills, or just a few short miles from the highway, whichever you prefer, close to the little golf Mecca that is Mesquite lies one of the country’s more unique golf destinations, Wolf Creek.
It’s a golf course that will have you standing on the tee box thinking “What the [email protected]#$?” more than any other course on the planet, that I can guarantee. The visual stimuli are relentless and after ever curve of the cart path, which there are many, comes another reason to whip out ye olde cell phone or point and shoot and grab some pics of what will be an unforgettable round of golf.

The course was a bit too much for me. Some Par 3’s that were just off the charts ridiculous and a few of the other holes that I had no business even attempting the shots I did. But I honestly believe the people behind Wolf Creek know that when you leave and tell your buddies back home all about it, the words and phrases like,

Unlike anything, I’ve ever seen.

“Unlike anything, I’ve ever seen.” or “It was visually spectacular” is exactly what they were hoping for and honestly is why I ventured the hour and twenty minutes north to play.

So without going into too much detail about my round and how bad I played, here is the gallery of photos that took from this past Sunday. A quick disclaimer; the photo seriously does no justice to just how dramatic the elevation changes are and just how awesome the scenery is. Hopefully, you enjoy the photos and can see the sense of beauty that has been carved out of the desert hillside in majestic fashion. OK, here’s the pics!

Next, up I’ll have the gallery of the unforgettable Shadow Creek from our round on Monday until then enjoy Wolf Creek!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 Responses

  1. Chris
    | Reply

    What was the conditioning at Wolf like after all their problems?

    Certainly looks in beautiful condition in the photos!

    • Mathew Wangrycht
      | Reply

      The course was in great shape. The greens were a little slow but overall it was fantastic.

  2. Nick Garcia
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    Heard a lot of good things about the golf in Mesquite, NV and now that I see your pictures to prove it…
    I’m difinitely going to make a trip up there instead of stopping in Vegas I’ll keep going until I’m in Mesquite.
    Really glad I found you blog I’m also following you on instgram..

    Keep up the good work,
    SIKNIC55

    • Mathew Wangrycht
      | Reply

      Thanks Nick!!

      Don’t pass up Vegas completely! We still have some great courses to play! Mesquite is a blast though. While you’re out there stop in to http://www.readygolfandgear.com/ and say hi. Great golf store that’s run by some terrific people!

      Again, thanks for the comment and for reading the blog and Instagram of course!!

  3. Jason
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    Nice photos…can’t wait to see the ones of Shadow Creek. On my bucket list for sure.

    • Mathew Wangrycht
      | Reply

      Thanks Jason!

      I’m going to try and have them up in the morning. Shadow was beyond my every expectation! You certainly have to make out there.

  4. Scott Springfield
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    Beautiful part of the country. One of my favorite courses.

    • Mathew Wangrycht
      | Reply

      I Agree Scott!

      It’s simply magical as you make your way around the course!

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