I know this is number one on most people's list when golfing in Mesquite, but after playing it I say save your money and find another destination besides Mesquite. I played two courses in Mesquite, Wolf Creek and Conestoga, and don't recommend either one. I also played Coyote Springs which is about an hour away. That is a wonderful course and much better than Wolf Creek. Wolf Creek is dramatic. The views are spectacular. I have never, ever been on course that had such elevation changes. Every tee box seemed to be severely elevated, then you drive down to the fairway only to climb back up for the green or next tee box. I would not want to drive those cart paths when they are wet, the combination of huge descents and hairpin turns would make for a white knuckle experience. I would love to know how they poured the concrete to make the cart paths. This is the most junked up golf course I have ever played. I particularly disliked the par 3's and they are a good example of why I dislike the course so much. The first one was straight uphill. You could not see any part of the green, just a tall flagstick. We played the Champions Tees and without wind it is a 200 yard shot just to get to the green. Who wants to play a 200 yard blind shot par three? The second par three was a 217 yard hole with a creek in the front, creek on the left and no room in the right. There was only one shot - either you are on the green or you are dead. For the record, I found the green on both shots but was the only one in my foursome to do so. Their website suggest the shorter Masters Tees for 9 - 19 handicaps. We all fall into that category but chose not to play those tees since it is only 5,800 yards. That was probably a mistake. There are a couple of par fours that have very long carries off the Champions Tees. The Masters Tees would have been a better choice for us. In summary, the course was in great shape, the pace of play is agonizingly slow (it took us 5 hours which I suspect is the norm) it had some beautiful views but the constant up and down detracted from the experience.