LakeRidge Golf Course
LakeRidge Golf Course is a Robert Trent Jones course that has consistently been voted the "Best of Reno" ever since it first opened in 1969. Though the course sits less than five miles from downtown, the surrounding mountains provide a tucked-away feel. There are some stunning views from the elevated tees but don't get too distracted, this challenging course demands your attention. Mature trees tower over the fairways but they are thankfully wide enough to offer a little room for error. Water comes into play frequently and there are strategically placed bunkers lurking along the undulating greens. Accuracy is essential at LakeRidge Golf Course. The signature hole is the par-3 15th. This tee sits atop a rocky ridge that is perched 140 feet above Lake Stanley. You'll be playing downhill to an island green on this challenging but scenic hole.
|LakeRidge (W)||71||6141 yards||73.9||137|
|Manna (W)||71||5472 yards||68.8||127|
|Nevada (W)||71||5156 yards||67.1||121|
|Jones M: 72.0/135||410||166||329||599||356||213||381||536||417||3407||429||381||197||360||365||239||454||358||525||3308||6715|
|Lakeridge M: 69.0/128 W: 73.9/137||365||151||310||569||317||181||359||487||403||3142||414||351||157||331||307||220||383||329||507||2999||6141|
|Manna M: 66.2/119 W: 68.8/127||331||96||290||480||297||151||303||460||345||2753||362||314||142||315||280||154||342||329||481||2719||5472|
|Nevada M: 64.6/112 W: 67.0/121||326||95||284||480||284||131||303||393||348||2644||360||314||129||307||250||93||333||293||433||2512||5156|
Food & BeverageBar
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Sauna
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Photo submitted by sodie1018 on 01/16/2021
Love their signature hole Photo submitted by vrmadden on 11/30/2020
Photo submitted by Wcrew97 on 10/19/2020
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Photo submitted by bryanwebb on 07/23/2020
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15 th hole par 3 Photo submitted by ryanarcuri on 02/23/2020
Mr. Marmot Photo submitted by brendaenos on 06/08/2019
Signature Hole at LakeRidge, Reno, NV Photo submitted by dacorrente on 03/28/2015
Nice views of the mountain range, fairways in good shape, undulation provided fun play. Photo submitted by copz1998 on 01/20/2015
Photo submitted by bced98 on 08/07/2014
Perfect day in January. Wish they didn’t allow walkers early in the morning. So we had to skip a hole. But I will definitely play more
The greens were in awful shape---full of divots and clumps of turf. The starter at number 10 (had to start on the back nine) was very unfriendly and acted like he could have cared less if we were there or not. Sure made it a point to tell us to have the carts in by 4:45. Only got to play 11 holes. This is a course that is not worth the money; seems they feel like they can charge more than the surrounding courses due to their location. I do not plan to play this course anymore as it is worse than Wolf Run, Toiyabe, and Red Hawk. Definitely not worth ANY price that they charge.
Great Deal for the Money
The course was in great shape considering the time of the. One of the better GC in Reno and for the deal I got via Golf Now, it is unquestionably the best deal for the money in the area.
This course is challenging, but also generous in giving ladies a nice break with tee's
Great price, great pace,GREAT COURSE!!! Friendly staff!! Great time!!!!!
the marshall was very rude. you cannot put a twosome behind a foursome and tell the fourth to hurry up
Can't stand the music
Was paired with course member who decided to turn on his C&W radio station on the 3rd hole. I tried to ignore, but gave up on the 8th hole and ended my round. To me this is very rude. Since etiquette dictates you don't talk when someone is playing a shot, why do some think it's OK to play music. I have run into this on other Duncan mgmt courses. I think they market the radios in their pro shops.
Lakeridge in Fall
what a fun, beautiful and challenging day. AMAZING
Only complaint was starter holding us past our tee time for a third player, who was still on the range to join us. Well, guess the fact that golfnow shows the have GPS carts when they don't was a bummer. Course was in great shape, greens were super soft, something I'm not used to in Oklahoma. Hole 15 is worth the price to play.