Burrowed in lush desert landscaping amidst a mountain backdrop, the Westin Mission Hills offers two unique golf courses that bring a championship experience to the Mohave Desert.
The Pete Dye course is known for its elevated tees, multiple water hazards, pot bunkers and forced carries. Traditional in layout, the fairways are narrow and greens play fast. Surrounded by mountains and native plants, the course gives you a traditional feel in the middle of the desert. With four tee placements, this course is accessible by all players. Water comes into play on many holes making this course a fun yet challenging experience.
The Player course is the only course in the desert designed by Gary Player. Known for its length and larger greens, the Player course is the longest of the two championship courses and deemed challenging by Golf Magazine. This links course features 20 acres of lakes, four waterfalls and natural desert landscaping. Four tee placements and tree lined landing zones mixed in with generous playing areas make this course enjoyable, yet challenging no matter what your skill level.
Signature Hole Fact: Pete Dye #18 (named Sawgrass) offers a finishing hole with water running down the entire left side surrounding the green.
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