Wolf Creek was designed by Dennis and Jon Rider, an unbelievable golf course somehow created in desert canyons and wastelands in the northern Nevada desert at Mesquite. The course, like one of those Lloyd Chapman golf calendars, is a series of 18 unique holes rounding up, through, and around constant elevation changes and green complexes which play constant havoc with your game. The conditions are always supreme, soft fairways and greens, but don't stray off the course, there's snakes and steep hills with loose gravel.
Wolf Creek has 16 elevated tees with stunning drops and views, some of which require stairs to get to the tee box! You could stand there snapping pictures all day from the tee boxes and completely forget about the shot you have to hit. It's a tough course, there's five sets of tees, it's 6,939 yards from the tips, 75.4/154, course/slope, so you're just as well to forget about scoring well here, and enjoy the experience.
The course is an engineering marvel, and well worth the 80 minute drive from Las Vegas, 40 minutes from St. George, Utah.