Dayton Valley Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Dayton, Nevada.
Dayton valley first opened for play in 1991. The par-72 course was designed by Arnold Palmer.
Dayton Valley Country Club is located forty minutes south of Reno and about the same distance from Lake Tahoe. The course has forty acres of water hazards, which can impact play on twelve different holes. Several of the holes have dogleg fairways around lakes.
This Arnold Palmer Signature designed, high-desert, championship golf course is home to a PGA Tour Qualifier since 1995. This is the longest standing site in the U.S.A., to date (1/2010).
Tournament tees: 7,218 yards, course rating 74.0, slope rating 131
Championship tees: 6,637 yards, course rating 71.4, slope rating 129
Regular tees: 5,897 yards, course rating 67.9, slope rating 115
Seniors tees: 5,161 yards, course rating 63.8, slope rating 107
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, August 2010 at noon
The course was particularly tough the day I played. It was very windy and the wind wreaked havoc on my golf game. Hopefully, the next time I play the course it won't be like that. I still enjoyed it.
Member (cart included), played on Sunday, January 2009 at 6am
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2006 at 10am
There are better courses to be played in the Reno and Genoa areas. I'd heard good things about this place and was somewhat disappointed. A wide-open resort style course without much character.
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