The 18-hole Sunridge Golf Club in Carson City, Nevada is a resort golf course that opened in 1998. Designed by Bill Wellman, Sunridge Golf Club measures 7054 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 138 and a 72.7 USGA rating.
There are monster holes and mammoth lakes on this very reasonable Carson Valley golf course that’s an easy half-hour drive from both Lake Tahoe and Reno. The 669-yards par 5 11th – the longest hole in the scenic High Sierras region and then some – draws your attention as soon as you look at the scorecard. But the 26 acres of water on the golf course will probably provide more challenge and thrills.
There’s also a hole with a 300-foot drop from the tee to the fairway (No. 14), a tiny par 3 19th bet-decider hole and a ton of driveable par 4s that almost beg for you to go for it. As a bonus, Sunridge Golf Club’s green fees wow many vacationers used to Tahoe pricing.
Green fees are among the most affordable in the area.