The challenging Mountain course is one of a pair of 18-hole layouts designed by Tom Fazio at the Vintage Club. Originally fashioned by George and Tom in 1980, the Mountain went under the knife in 2015 and this time it was remodeled by the father and son combination of Tom and Logan Fazio.
One of the first modern desert courses, the Mountain layout put The Vintage Club on the map for many years and was ranked in Golf Digest's US Top 100 in the late 80s and early 90s.
The water-dominated par four 16th is one of the most photographed holes in the state.
The course is pedestrian until you get to the 7th hole. Wasn't impressed by the course conditions considering how much the members pay to belong there. A handful of very solid holes but overall lacked significant character. At the end, Fazio proves that he is incapable of designing a bad golf course. Would I be mad if I never played this golf course again? No. I'd prefer to play the desert