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5483 Club House Dr
Las Vegas, NV  89142-2519
United States
P: (805) 207-7501
www.theclubatsunrise.com
Sunrise Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

71 par | 6,511 yards | 112 slope

70.7 rating | Bermuda grass


Sunrise Golf Course


The 18-hole "Sunrise" course at the The Club At Sunrise facility in Las Vegas, Nevada features 6,511 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.The course rating is 70.7 and it has a slope rating of 112 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Joseph L. Lee/Dick Wilson/(R) Heckenkemper Golf Course Design, the Sunrise golf course opened in 2016. KemperSports Management, Inc. manages this facility, with Matt Kalbak, PGA as the General Manager.

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Reviewed December 17, 2012

Absolutely the WORST course management ever seen anywhere! No doubt that the 2 floods in late 2012 caused massive damage. But when asked the condition of the course on the phone, I was told that it was "playable".

Well, not exactly (they REALLY exaggerated the truth). 1 of the 4 bridges on the course is completely disabled. Course management "says it will not be repaired for about 2 years" ???

The fairways are not green grass. It is brown grass painted green? Can you believe that? The grass around the holes is mostly green sand with a little short green grass here and there.

Trash (plastic bottles, cardboard, styrofoam parts, broken tree limbs, etc.) abounds everywhere as tho it has never been picked up. Mud is everywhere on the back 9 holes in particular. Your shoes will weigh about 10# each by the time you finish: they will be caked with mud!!!

This course deserves to be closed until and unless course management cleans it up and makes it a valuable course to play in Las Vegas. Personally, I won't be back until I see some changes!!!

I have played this course about a dozen times prior to the summer of 2012, and it COULD be a GREAT challenging course. But until their management takes control and makes required changes ... well, just go elsewhere in the LV valley. There are plenty of other courses to choose from. If the owner of the course goes broke in the meanwhile, that's just too bad. Golf courses require extensive on-going maintenance which is costly. Just forgoing the maintenance or minimizing it is NOT the answer.

Reviewed July 27, 2010

This course is improving and the price is right.But the best value is their player development program it reduces the green fee and gives you free range balls.The reduced rate only applies to twilight which is not bad except in the summer when it is to hot.One other thing the p.d.p is only for residents of Las Vegas NV.

Reviewed January 10, 2010

Just got off the course about 2 hours ago. What a horrible experience! Being from out of town and playing at Legacy Golf Club the day before we expected a lot more. First, the green fees are so high for a course that's in such bad condition it's mystifying why they need to charge so much money. During the round of 18 holes, I saw not 1 maintenance worker or marshal on the whole course. The greens are in VERY bad condition (sand, weeds, dead grass) ... speaking of dead grass the course is FULL of it. To top it off the course goes through an obvious crime filled low income area, a sewer with homeless people in it, and lots of gang graffiti all over the place. I should of known what this place was about when I saw they allowed Denim ...

Save your money, go someplace else and enjoy the game of golf.

Reviewed February 28, 2009

the last review sounds like an employee. i've never been there,but i read the other reviews.

Reviewed February 07, 2009

A great practise course with a huge untapped potential for growth and improvement. The City should look at this as an important addition to the long range development and quality of amenities to what residents are lookinf for in their community.

Sincerely,

James P. Zaro
35 year resident of Clark County
jimzaro@cox.net

Reviewed February 21, 2008

Don't waste your money. Played here one afternoon and it was a waste of money. The greens had grass but were horribly slow. That is the best I can say about the course. For an out-of-towner, they rip you off for green fees too. I know golf in Vegas is expensive but at least at most other courses you get a good golf course. Not here.

Reviewed December 17, 2007

not a bad course if you are just showing up wanting to play without planning anything else.

Reviewed December 01, 2007

This course was an absolutely terrible experience. It will cost an out-of-towner $150 to play a round there with club rental. The course is in very bad shape. The fairways are burned up and the greens are in just fair condition. The course winds its way through a low income neighborhood where we encountered a retarded man running around one hole and a homeless guy crossing another. There were kids yelling, dogs barking, and lots of other distractions. The pace of play was horribly slow and when I said something to the marshall (Doc) he asked me what I expected him to do about it. To top it off, when we were done playing at 1 PM we went to the clubhouse and were told that the cook had left for the day and all that was available were club sandwich's. We both ate one and by that night neither of us were feeling well. Go somewhere else and play, this place isn't worth the trouble.

Reviewed September 07, 2006

Desert Rose wins on all levels- value, condition and customer service!

I played several courses last week and Desert Rose is the one that impressed me the most! Compared to other Vegas courses Desert Rose is by far the best value in town. The course was in excellent condition and by far had the best greens. The staff was outstanding, I was greeted and welcomed not only in the Pro Shop but also by the restaurant staff and the gentleman in the cart barn. Lunch was outstanding and so was the service! I even met the GM who wanted to know how I enjoyed my round and what if any feedback I had on the course so she could continue to make improvements! How refreshing, bravo Desert Rose. Take the time and play this jewel in the desert.

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  • Overall
  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 James Z. 18 84 66 04/15/09
2 STEVE N. 30 96 66 08/11/07
3 Dennis H. 29 96 67 07/01/09
4 Stefan C. 15 83 68 10/24/10
5 James Z. 18 86 68 08/06/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
39 David H. 34 112 78 05/06/11
45 David H. 33 113 80 04/22/11
73 seth R. N/A 97 97 11/14/10
71 seth R. N/A 93 93 11/13/10
4 Stefan C. 15 83 68 10/24/10

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About The Club At Sunrise

The Club At Sunrise

Golf Only facility

Managed by KemperSports Management, Inc.

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Matt Kalbak, PGA, General Manager
Scott Sutton, Superintendent
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