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The Sunrise Course
The Sunrise course measures a total of 3,426 yards from the championship tees. Sunrise requires a strong approach to avoid fairway bunkers, however it is the most forgiving in the width of all fairways and the few out of bound areas that can be found. The Sunrise course is the most traditional and straightforward of the nines but it also features one the PGA Tour's most challenging Par 3 holes - the 5th was ranked as one of the most difficult holes during the PGA Las Vegas invitational that was hosted by Spanish Trail Country Club 5 times. And of course the most desirable tee time is early enough to watch the Las Vegas sun arise, on Sunrise.
The Lakes Course
The Lakes nine is just as you would expect with lakes, creeks and waterfall features, water comes into play on 6 out of the 9 holes. The general safe play on the Lakes course is to stay left to avoid penalty strokes, drops, mulligans and hitting from the same spot more than once. Further difficulty can be found in the rolling fairways as seldom will you find a truly flat lie on this side of the property. The beautiful and scenic hole #3 is Spanish Trail Country Club's signature Par 3, measuring 180 yards with 2 lake carries. With lakes, waterfalls, floral patterns of our Club logo and one incredibly difficult green Lakes #3 offers you a spectacular golf hole and memorable design. Lakes rates as the most difficult of the three nines, but as you will see, it also makes for the most enjoyment!
The Canyon Course
The Canyon Course rates as the longest of the three nines, measuring 3,576 from the championship tees and is the sentimental favorite of most of our Members. While you enjoy the view of the Spring Mountain Range you will experience the difficult combination of risk vs. reward. Canyon offers two beautiful Par 3's, one of which being #2 featuring a gorgeous lake and waterfall located right next to the green. The finishing stretch of #7, #8 and # will test even the best golfer; #7 is a 215- yard Par 3 framed by bunkers and desert landscape - par is a very good score. The #8 hole is a Par 5 hole and meausres 567 yards but plays much longer than the actual yardage as water protects the green. Finally, #9 measures 421 yards and has an elevated green protected by deep bunkers... Are you ready?