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“Really bad shape”

Primm Valley Golf Club - Desert Course
Ranked #5 of 10 things to do in Primm
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Owner description: This 18-hole golf course, part of the Primm Resorts, changes elevation frequently and offers magnificent views of the surrounding area of mountains and desert.
Reviewed March 1, 2014

Ok I'm from Las Vegas, I love the lakes a favorite of mine, but the desert course has a lot to be desired. First no grass, are you kidding me? Second lots of grass on the greens not sure when they mowed them last, horrible bumpy,aeration holes,ugh. Lastly , really? move the pin on the holes where you say on the card their suppose to be. Not worth the drive from Vegas, save the gas. Truly disappointed. My foursome and I won't be returning anytime soon. Ps I worked on a championship course as a kid for five years so I know how they should be kept.

Thank Peter R
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Reviewed December 19, 2013

We played the Primm Desert Course on 12/16/2013 and found the course well worth the 40 minute drive from Las Vegas. The cold weather over-seeding had not filled in yet, so there were some thin spots, but this was a minor issue and all other aspects of the course were just fine. Greens were excellent for this time of year. If you're one of those golfers who is more concerned with being pampered than playing golf, then go to Shadow Creek, if you're looking for a well designed course with a good quality staff and fair price, give Primm Valley a try.

1  Thank Bigredmachine
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Reviewed November 7, 2013

The staff was very friendly.
The course was in rough condition. Greens were OK, fairways, pretty bad shape.
The bathrooms were awful, both men's and women's. The toilets looked like they had not been cleaned for well over a week, pee all over the floor and the toilet.
Not sure if we are going to go back.

1  Thank mccfam4
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

Well worth the 40 min. drive from Vegas. Rates were much better than the hyped up courses in Vegas. Course was in excellent condition, great scenery and very challenging but still very enjoyable for my wife from the front tees.

Thank vp050176
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Reviewed April 3, 2013

Primm desert course was fun and exciting to play, wide and narrows fairways, great layout, nice fairways, greens were not top shape but not bad for this time of the year, the pac of play was good about 4 hours. For the third of the price of a golf course fee in Las Vegas, it is a great trip if you have a car, remmber to take a photo just outside Primm when you enter in California. scenery is not a good as Paiute or Bear's best but you have the feeling to play in the middle of Mojave desert. Interesting and a great value

Thank AndreMontrealCanada
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