TPC Las Vegas, previously named TPC at The Canyons, is a Public 18 holes golf course located in Las Vegas,Nevada.
TPC Las Vegas first opened for play in 1996.The course was designed by Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd.
Par for the course is 71. From the back tees the course plays to 7,063 yards. From the forward tees the course measures 5,039 yards. The course has 18 sets of tee boxes.The longest hole on the course is the par-5, 604-yard, #6. The shortest hole on the course is the par-3, 145 yard number #12.
Watch out for #3. a par-4. 466 yard challenge. This is the #1 handicap hole on the course. The par-3, 145 yard #12 is considered to be the easiest hole on the course.
$151 (cart included), played on Friday, April 2015 at
Most holes got your attention and were quite interesting.
$176 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2012 at noon
You had better be in or very close to the fairway on this course. If not, expect not only desert, but rock. This course could eat a lot of clubs if one was inclined to hit out of the desert. The mixed tee boxes (some blue, some white) were a nice twist, but confusing and not always well marked. Nothing like a long walk in the hot desert looking for the tee box. Afternoon sun on the back nine made it impossible to see the ball. Best time to tee off would be around 10am. The course was in great shape and the staff was very helpful and friendly.
$101 (cart included), played on Monday, November 2011 at 10am
#1 issue, totally handicapped unfriendly. No provisions whatsoever for anybody that has trouble walking. Was told under no circumstances whatsoever are carts allowed closer than 30 yards from a green. So handicapped cannot play any green. Course isn't that tough, pretty, and nice houses but not worth the money. Many better in area.
$151 (cart included), played on Tuesday, October 2011 at 10am
Another hard course. Course in great condition. Loved the layout. Any errand tee shot not close to fairway will end up in the desert rocks! Ball flight control is key. Most fairways are wide , and offer just enough challange without making it impossible. Would love to go back and play again.
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Guest (cart included), played on Monday, March 2019 at
Day 11 - 100 days, 100 courses (Sunday, March 24, 2019)
Jerry and I pulled into the parking lot and while trying to get our stuff organized we heard "Didn't you guys play at 'Wolf' yesterday?" Confused we turned around and saw Il. Yes, Il. Standing in the parking lot, we came to learn that Il was in the foursome behind us yesterday and as we compared notes we learned that he would be joining us today.
Il is a dentist from Houston and relentlessly positive, and when you play with someone like him, you can't help but have a good round. Also not a bad golfer.
The course was carved out of some very rough landscape. Here, you will have to hit tee shots over multiple ravens onto narrow fairways. Every par three green was effectively an island green because other than a little rough around the green it was all desert. Most times when your ball left the rough, it was lost as good as if it went in the water.
I don't recall a tee shot that didn't involve some level of risk. It was a very mental game because you were always looking at something very dangerous.
I kept coming back to Cat's taunt of me on the 10th at Arrowood. With a pond in front of me, she said: "Dave, what's that in front of you?" Getting into my head, I preceded to hit it directly into the pond. Golf is a mental game.