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A Review of the Wolf Run Golf Club, Reno, Nevada
Wolf Run Golf Club has managed to become a fixture in the golf scenes of Nevada-Reno. The course has been built on a piece of landed property which was once donated by a local rancher to the University of Nevada-Reno.
The toughest parts of the course, as revealed by Wolf Run Tournament Director Linda Upton, are the greens. The University of Nevada-Reno once decided to use this donated property for erecting a satellite campus or use it for an extension campus for the school of agriculture. However, at the end, the University opted to accept the idea of Lou Eiguren's (PGA professional): "Fill a then-niche in the Reno area with a premier golf course."
An investment group was put together by Eiguren (who was the former head pro of Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course) to bring John Fleming. Fleming immediately accepted the offer and created the Wolf Run Golf Club course which had sprawling view of the city down below in addition to the wide fairways. There were several improvements made over the years which followed. A new sprinkler system and improved driving range were among the most significant changes made to the Wolf Run Golf Club course.
A Ladies Publinx Championship was hosted by Wolf Run which played over 7,100 yards with 133 slope and 73.1 rating. If not a pushover, the challenge was less of a drama and more subtle. You will always have a driver in hand to make you feel confident than at the courses nearby. Though the layout of the Wolf Run Golf Club is quite straightforward and simple, the architect ensured that things become tough for the golfers by designing greens which are sloping and force the golfers to work on the approach shots.
The course is a solid ground for good tests. It will not cost too many balls to the golfers. The Green fees run at $40 and $80 during winters and peak seasons respectively. There are whistles and bells and the carts are equipped with GPS. Golfers also enjoy solid practice facilities. The bar and restaurant at the clubhouse showers a rustic charm that you will remember for long!