A fairway metal or driver off the tee, either club will work but it's your second shot into the green that will require a bit more nerve.
It's hard not to notice the great bunkering that accents this course. Dial in the right yardages and none of them should come into play.
After putting out, just stop and have another look at this opening hole. It's a beauty.
Look closely and you'll see a double tiered green. Keep your approach below the pin for the best chance of making birdie. Excellent finishing hole. You're going to have fun playing this golf course.
This 27 hole course has got a number of challenging holes on it but unfortunately the conditioning of the course can be substandard for a good part of the year. Even the locals we played with agreed that you may want to find somewhere else to play.
They've got a good mix of Par 3's at Tuscany to exercise your mid-irons.
Looking down at the Hoover Dam from the recently completed (Oct. 2010) O'Callaghan/Tillman bridge. The days of traffic tie-ups going over the dam are behind you.
Just north of the Sam Boyd Stadium is Las Vegas's busiest RC airfield. During the week you're likely to find one or two flyers. Go on the weekend and you'll find lots of flyers.
The longest Par 3 on the course. Put it tight to the pin and a deuce isn't out of the question as the green is reasonably flat.