Red Hawk at Wingfield Springs

Red Hawk at Wingfield Springs is a 1,660-acre (671-hectare), master-planned golf course community located in the Spanish Springs Valley between the Sierra Nevada and Pah Pah mountain ranges, seven miles (11 kilometers) northeast of Reno, Nevada. The $120 million project, developed by Loeb Enterprises, LLC, features two Audubon International’ “certified championship golf courses and 2,000 homes. Red Hawk is built on the former ranch of one of Nevada’s most infamous mining and banking tycoons, George Wingfield. The character of an Old West ranch is maintained throughout the community, with one of Wingfield’s houses integrated into the Village Center complex that features a 15,000-square-foot (1,393-square-meter) clubhouse with a pro shop and a restaurant (with meeting and banquet facilities), a golf academy and fitting center with a driving range, and a swim and fitness center. When conceived in 1993, Red Hawk at Wingfield Springs was one of the first master-planned developments in Sparks, Nevada. Due to pent-up demand for a golf course community, the project sold 250 of its nearly 400 custom home sites within the first two years of development.