Las Vegas, Nevada
Formerly known as Desert Rose Golf Course, the Club at Sunrise reemerged after undergoing a full renovation by PDG/HGCD as part of the greater “Las Vegas Wash Phase 1” flood control project tasked with removing 1,700 homes from a FEMA floodplain. The project moved over 500,000 cubic yards of soil to create a flood channel designed to contain stormwater for a 100-year flood while allowing for uninterrupted play on the golf course. The channel strategically meanders throughout the golf course, expanding tee shot landing areas to maximize playability. Over thirty acres of turfgrass were replaced with decomposed granite to eliminate unnecessary irrigation in out-of -play areas. The golf course features 87 acres of Seashore Paspalum TE turf, chosen for its tolerance to salts in the soil & in the reclaimed irrigation water used on site, resulting in water savings of 15 to 20 percent compared to other turf varieties used on other area courses.
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