Rated 5 out of 5 by micahsid Course was in great condition
great condition challenging. On second playing knew were to hit and not hit. Did notice the back nine is not in the same excellent condition the front nine is in.
September 26, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by William3867874 Fun Day of Holf
a tale of two nines. The front nine is a Nicklaus Co design and has an open desert feel. Well...at least until all the houses are built. Really good, not great. But a great course is rare. Back nine has a narrower feel as ypu play within the housing development. Front nine greens were great and most of the back nine greens were a not not as good with patchy grass. Greens are interesting and will keep multiple rounds interesting. Good value.
September 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by olesen12 worth the ride
beautiful golf course. conditions were excellent. it's worth the drive play
July 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael2462569 Course in excellent condition
Enjoyed the course very much. Staff is very nice and treated us very well. Worth the drive.
July 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by u000008205169 One of the best
well worth the drive from LV. Great condition and beautiful surroundings.
June 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pahrumpnevadagolfers 70 year old
Being from California this would be a 100 dollar course. The greens tough to read with subtle
breaks around the hole. Tee shots benefit by
Playing positive slopes off left or right side.
Great course ! Great price ! Great Experience !
June 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by carmenalexis Splendid course conditions
Friendliness of staff, accommodating, nice practice area(chipping, putting greens and driving range), beautiful setting, challenging course. Great food/prices at the Grill. Would drive an hour to play this course anytime
June 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by LaurenceTrollivier Best Part Of Living In Pahrump
I am a local resident (not in the Mountian Falls community, but in Pahrump), and a season pass holder. I've played Mountain Falls over 100 times and I really don't get tired of it. For one reason, the front and back were designed by different companies, so they play differently. I like to say it's easier to par the front and it's easier to bogey or birdie on the back, and the front has wide fairways but difficult greens while the back is more narrow but has easier greens.
Pace of play is normally good and sometime excellent, maybe in part because it's hard to lose a ball on the front. The other course in town may also play a part, it's an executive course and attracts beginners.
The course is amazingly hilly for the desert, and flat lies are sometimes hard to come by. The rough, this year in particular, is punishing enough unless it's the middle of summer when the grass gets so dry that it acts like a tee. Water is in play on a number of holes.
The practice facilities are really good, with three putting areas, two pitching greens, and a driving range that always allow you to hit off of grass.
The staff is friendly and professional. The starters are polite but will keep things moving on the course. Jason, the managing pro, is a great guy.
Oh, almost forgot, they let juniors play for free with a paying adult. Thank you Mountain Falls!
June 1, 2015