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One of five Billy Casper/Greg Nash-designed courses in Sun City locations, this one offers a peak elevation of 3,000 feet, sloped 'tricky' greens and an excellent view of Las Vegas. The 6512-yard course has lots of sand and water hazards to keep it challenging. Straight hitters will have no problems with tight areas. You will also find a nice practice facility and pro shop on the premesis. The staff is an exceptionally friendly lot.
The fairly new Aliante Golf Club gives a professional touch to golfing in Las Vegas. The much-renowned Gary Panks has designed an 18-hole course worthy of champions, strategically planning the greens to give optimum options for shots and moves, that makes the golfing session a thoroughly enjoyable one. With fabulous dining options provided by Aliante Grille, golf parties are common phenomenon at Aliante. Call for reserving tee times.
You can play here if you know somebody who knows somebody. This private course allows guests invited by members to use the greens. Once you see the place, you will have to agree it is well worthwhile to cultivate an association with members whether you like them or not! The impeccably groomed greens are fast, fast, fast. Slopes, sand and water hazards present the best golfers a challenge, especially on hole #17. None of it was too much for Tiger Woods; he won his first PGA tournament here in 1995. This venue hosts the annual Invensys Golf Classic.
TPC Summerlin is an award winning championship golf course that creates an oasis of lush green grass and well-manicured lawns in the arid desert of Nevada. Listed as the 'One of America's Best Golf Courses' by Golf Digest, it has all the requisite facilities of a world-class golf-course. Designed by Bobby Weed, it is home to the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. TPC Summerlin is the ground where Tiger Woods won his first professional title. This 18-hole challenging course drives the best of golfers to this space.
Another Billy Casper/Greg Nash executive design is located in the northwest retirement community of Sun City Summerlin. Golfers will enjoy the scenic views and immaculate conditions. You will be sure to use every club you own on this 4,067 yard, par-60 course. The greens are exceptionally fast and impeccably groomed. The layout consists of six par-4 holes and 12 par-3 holes. An excellent practice facility on-site features a driving range and putting greens.
This course is home to two Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole layouts, the Mountain and the Palm. It is the home of the Cloud Nine course, which is lighted for night play as is the driving range. There is also an excellent, well stocked pro-shop on premises. You can even request a shuttle to carry you and your group to the golf course. If you've worked up an appetite, pay a visit to the Restaurant and Bar at Angel Park, which serves breakfast and lunch.
The Las Vegas Golf Club is one of the only remaining municipal courses in town and is, for the price, a great venue for those who want to save their money for the tables. This course was the original in Las Vegas, and any golfer who grew up in Las Vegas or lived here must have step foot upon its turf. The course is designed by the legendary William P. Bell. Although the design at Las Vegas Golf Club is now considered antiquated in today's new era of desert-style courses, it still provides a very enjoyable round of golf while offering players the chance to experience an authentic piece of Las Vegas history. Las Vegas Golf Club features a wide-open design that measures just over 6600 yards from the back tees. The course is not going to overwhelm the average golfer, and is the perfect venue for those traveling to Las Vegas with junior players or those just taking up the game. The mature, tree-lined fairways pose the only problem on the course, but the player who can keep the ball flying straight will post a low score at the end of the round.
This course was designed by the PGA Tour Design Services, and utilized by the Senior PGA Tour while it is in Vegas. Dotted with towering trees, the inclines and ravines provide for challenging play. The course is fairly new, opened in 1996, but incredibly popular with pros and amateurs alike. Tee time reservations accepted up to six months in advance.