Put down your favorite golf course you have played in the Mesquite Amateur rotation. With eight courses in the Mesquite Amateur rotation which one are you looking forward to playing as well.
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All of the courses are, and have been in the best shape everytime I’ve played. I have always in joyed playing The Ledges and Falcon Ridge.
Sorry to hear that Jeff, I have never met anyone I did not like in this tournament yet.
I am not good enought to be in the Woods flight but maybe we will meet up at one of the after dinner actives?
look forward to meeting new people!
Sorry Dave, but, there’s bad blood there. I don’t fit into that click. But you enjoy. Andrew you can give me a call at 330-696-1986 if you want play a practice round together. I’d be willing to run the Woods flight skins if no one else in that flight wants to. $20 or $50/day? You guys decide.
For Conestoga, contact the pro shop directly, and indicate that you are a Mesquite Amateur participant.
FYI, I e-mailed the General Manager at Congestoga, and they are offering a $59 rate for Mesquite Amateur participants this year. I’ve got my tee time for Monday at this rate.
For those of you that drew Falcon Ridge and/or The Palms which was everyone but the Masters division there are still spots open in the Gross voluntary skins game at The Palms on sunday and the Net voluntary skins game at Falcon Ridge on monday. Good luck to all and safe travel to all. George
Here are the rates for Conestoga:
Jan 31 – May 2, 2010: SCM $59, SCM Guest $79
Daily fee $140. May 3-Jun 6: Daily Fee $90, SMC $39, SMC Guest $59. Jun 7-Sep 2: Daily Fee $50, SMC $25, SMC Guest $35. Sep 3-Oct 14: Daily Fee $90, SCM $39, SCM Guest $59. Oct 15- Nov 14: Daily Fee 140, SCM $59, SCM Guest $79. Nov 15- Dec 31: Daily Fee $110, SCM $49, SCM Guest $69. These rates are taken off their Pamplet that I got from their booth at the golf show. 877-489-0777. http://WWW.conestogagolf.com
Does anyone up there in Mesquite know the Nevada resident rate/twilight rate for Conestoga or do they offer nothing to bring golfers up from Vegas?
Their website is a mystery when it comes to rates. Our 2 different Sun City courses in Vegas have a SC resident rate, an SC guest rate, a resort non-resident rate and a Nevada resident rate along with a twilight rate.
Coyote Springs is trully a “diamond in the rough” – unfortunately the develoment, like everywhere else, is at a standstill.
I was really hoping the CONESTOGA was going to be in the rotation – you need to play this course to really appreciate it’s design.
By time all are signed up I think we will see a couple of Utah courses, especialy if they get about 600 golfers, last year we had that many and we went into Utah.
Sorry to see NO Utah courses on this years rotation
Jeffery and Andrew,
if you want to get a pracitce round in check out Geroge’s skin games out, one course we play is Falcon Ridge a realy nice course.
Thanks for the compliment. Sadly last year I was also a bogey-machine. Jekyll and Hyde.
Normally I’m more of a par machine.
I’ll be arriving on Saturday this year. Couldn’t get away any earlier. Sigh, I love coming out a few days earlier and playing practice rounds and just settling into Mesquite.
Not sure yet where we’re going to play our practice rounds but once course assignments get posted I should have a better idea.
I’d love to check out Conestoga and Sand Hollow but may only be able to afford one course this year.
How do I find you via the SCAGA site? Just email or call you through the “Contact Us” or what?
Andrew, I believe we played in the Woods flight together. Your a birdie machine! I was also planning on playing Conestoga and Sand Hollow this trip. Maybe even try Coyote Springs again. I’ll try not to hit down the wrong hole this time. Unless you already have a foursome your playing with I’d be happy to join you at either one or both of those courses. I’m getting in Friday night and open Saturday, Sunday or Monday for practice rounds. But I’m definitely playing those two courses this trip. Hope to get 36 in on Saturday and Sunday and take a break with 18 on Sunday. You can reach me through our website – http://www.scaga.com if you want to give me a call.
I’ve grown to really like Oasis Palmer.
But then I remember how nice Coral Canyon and Ledges are. And then I think back on how great Coyote Springs was last year.
Doesn’t seem fair to just pick one.
I’m curious about the course Bret mentioned, Conestoga. I’d like to try and get a round in there this year and another up in St George called Sand Hollow. Add Wolf Creek to the mix and there’s three awesome courses not even on this year’s tournament rotation.
You know its a GREAT golf destination when a lovely little course like CasaBlanca doesn’t even get mentioned.
That says a lot for the quality of courses in the area.
The best course in Mesquite and St. George area is CONESTOGA, (the new course in Mesquite). It is not is this years rotation, but you should hope for it next year. I have not played Coyote Springs so I can’t compare, but I like Conestoga a lot better than Wolf Creek. It is very simular to Wolf Creek and has a simular slope and course rating, but it is a lot more fair and enjoyable to play. You hit a good shot you get rewarded, where at Wolf Creek you can hit a good shot and can still be hosed. Conestoga is still the eye candy of WC, and will still kick yar arss if you hit a bad shot, but it is a lot more enjoyable.
I play a ton of golf in Mesquite and I am aquainted with all of the courses. I would rate the rest of this tourney courses in order: Falcon Ridge, Ledges, Coral Canyon, (did not include Coyote Springs because I haven’t played it yet).
With the current courses, I have enjoyed Falcon Ridge the most, so Falcon Ridge it is.
found Falcon Ridge challenging and enjoyed a lot
With what is currently in the rotation I would have to say Falcon Ridge and I am hoping to get a shot at Coyote Springs this year. Now of the courses that have ever been in the rotation that I have played it would be Wolf Creek with out a doubt.
Falcon Ridge is awesome for me. Don’t score that well but the course is beautiful.
Coyote Springs is the best course, with the Ledges being the second best and the most playable.
Coyote Springs with Oasis Palmer a close second!!
Coyote Springs is without a doubt the best course in the rotation, no comparison. Then again what would you expect from a PGA course.
I would like to play Coyote Springs because in the past this course was not in my rotation.
I’d like to play Coyote Springs. It wasn’t in the rotation for my flight last year. But Corral Canyon is always fun, too.
Coyote Springs, no doubt. I can’t wait to play it again this year!
even as a Master member this yr my favorite it Oasis Palmer and then Falcon Ridge.
Coyote springs, I played for the fist time last year, I was to nervous trying to navigate around the course to realy enjoy it.
Shaun, you are right it ranks right up there with the rest of the courses.
actualy not a fair question I like them all, some more then others.
The ledges by far, from how the course is laid out to how they treat you.
By far it would be Coyote Springs. That would be one of the best courses I’ve ever played.
yes I agree Oasis Palmer is my favorite
My favorite is the Ledges.
My favorite golf course is the Oasis – Palmer course.