Reno golf courses run the gamut from four exclusive and private clubs that are not open to public play to a good selection of public courses that can challenge the beginner or the advanced player. You can choose the course based on whatever kind of game you are in the mood to play. Another attractive feature of golfing in the Biggest Little City is the scenery. You have the mountains of the High Sierra nearby no matter which of the Reno golf courses you decide to play. Some of the facilities also offer spectacular panoramic views of the Truckee Meadows and the Truckee River. Others are nestled in amongst the old-growth pines of the Sierra foothills. In other words there isn't a bad view in the lot. And don't forget that Reno is a city built on wheeling and dealing. This means that there are plenty of package deals and specials to be had if you want to combine a day on one of the Reno golf courses with a night on the town. Check with the local casinos, hotels and resorts to see if they have any offers that combine golfing with lodging, dining or entertainment. Another way to get a great deal on a day on the links is to time your Reno visit to take advantage of the off-season.
History of Reno Golf
Our community often welcomes celebrities and stars, and these visitors frequently enjoy some time on the Reno golf courses. But tourists and locals have been hitting the links for far longer than the city has been an entertainment magnet. The city's oldest course was established a century ago and is still going strong yet today. And it's well worth noting that Reno has hosted the only PGA Tour event in northern Nevada since 1999.