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This 18 hole scenic masterpiece is artfully interwoven with the character and contours of Sun City Mesquite's spectacular landforms. Undulating through canyons with gently ascending and descending elevations, rugged rock outcroppings and tranquil water elements, the integrity of the land is preserved at every opportunity. The masterful design and creativity of famed golf course designer, Gary Panks, provides this Mesquite championship course the appearance of being crafted by nature, forged over time.
Whether you are a novice, an avid player or prefer the role of spectator, everyone will enjoy the dramatic beauty the course showcases as it meanders through the heart of the Mesquite community. Tranquil, yet infused with great drama, grand view corridors delight Mesquite residents and visitors alike.
Just one hour north of Las Vegas, Nevada and located within the Del Webb active adult community of Sun City Mesquite.
Awards & Accolades
- Top 5 Best Courses You Can Play in Nevada, Golfweek, 2013
- #7 – Best Public Golf Course in Nevada, Golf Magazine, 2014
- #9 – Best Courses You Can Play in Nevada, Golfweek, 2016
- “It’s like playing golf on the moon, but with full gravity” – Sports Illustrated
- “For solid value and spectacular scenery, you’ll definitely want to ride this wagon” – Travelin’ Joe Passov, Golf Magazine
Golf Course Architect | Gary Panks Associates
- Greens: TifDwarf
- Tees: Tifway 419
- Fairways: Tifway 419
- Roughs: Tifway 419
Trees planted at Conestoga Golf Club in Mesquite include: Purple Robe Locust, Cottonwood, Mesquite, Hybrid Palo Verde, Evergreen Elm, Desert Willow, Texas Ebony, Mulga Acacia and Texas Mountain Laurel.
Shrubs planted at Conestoga Golf Club in Mesquite include: Brittle bush, Firecracker Penstemon, mixed varieties of Sage, Baja Fairy Duster, Creosote Bush, Silver Cassia and Bird of Paradise.
Bunkers & Hazards
51 strategically placed bunkers will test shot making abilities of golfers at Conestoga. There will be one lake that comes into play on two holes. Abbott Wash and Pulsipher Wash come into play on five holes.
Hole fourteen is a remote postage stamp green surrounded on all sides by native Mesquite desert.