DragonRidge Country Club was designed by Jay Morrish and David Druzisky to incorporate the natural beauty of the rolling desert foothills, sweeping elevation changes, natural canyons, and preserved rock formations. Members at DragonRidge enjoy player friendly wide fairways, large greens, and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Valley, but when tournament officials stretch the course to its tip for the annual US Open Qualifier, pros find that par is a good score.
Named after a rocky ridge that is known to residents as the “Sleeping Dragon”, the 18-hole championship golf course starts at the bottom of the rugged highlands and rolls deep into the McCullough mountain range, creating a course that is somewhat traditional in its front nine and dramatic on the back.
Tiger Woods, hosted Tiger Jam III and IV on the course, and Golf Week has ranked the course one of the best in the state of Nevada.
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