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This exclusive country club boasts an array of luxurious recreation and entertainment opportunities. Its 18-hole golf course was renovated in 2009 by golf course architect Mark Rathert to include a fresh green and innovative bunker design that gets progressively more challenging. The Las Vegas Country Club also offers tennis courts, lounges, banquet halls, a grill, dining room, members bar, barber, and manicurist. Please note that dress and conduct codes are strictly enforced.
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.
Unique in a city filled with golf courses, this par-71, 6,810-yard course offers a 'country club for a day' experience at fairly reasonable rates. The greens are impeccably manicured, fast and tight. Desert Pines Golf Club also features a lighted, two-tiered, climate-controlled practice center with automated ball-teeing system and state-of-the-art instruction bays. There are also complete banquet and meeting facilities for post-tournament events, meetings or parties.
Here is another fine Las Vegas course named as one of the 'Top Ten You Can Play' by Golf Magazine. The exceptional facilities are designed to transport players to the British Open without crossing the pond. The challenging holes replicate those found at St. Andrews and Royal Troon. A forecaddy requirement adds to the experience. The par 72 course has four sets of tees with yardage ranging from 5,142 to 7,029. A uniquely beautiful clubhouse hosts a pro shop and Stymie's Pub.
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.
A Jack Nicklaus gem, Bear's Best Las Vegas is an open and inviting public course that almost feels like your own private green. Nicklaus personally selected each of the course's 18 holes, incorporating designs featured internationally to create a world-class course for you to enjoy. Bear's Best Las Vegas also offers the premier Paul Wilson Golf School, tournaments and outings, mouthwatering dining with an emphasis on ease, and private event opportunities.
Set against the majestic Red Rock Mountains and peppered with natural obstacles, the course at Durango Hills Golf Club is a fun challenge for even the most seasoned golfer. It stretches 3,777 yards across 18 holes that can be enjoyed in under four hours. Look out for the club's signature par-3 hole, number nine, which is surrounded by water on one side. Durango Hill also boasts a grille and banquet hall that can be reserved as a private venue.
The Arroyo Golf Club is situated near the Red Rock Canyon, offering daily-fee golfers a breathtakingly scenic experience. The club's Arnold Palmer Signature Course boasts 6,883 yards of both Bermuda and Bent grass to suit every taste. The clubhouse at the Arroyo Golf Club features locker rooms and a full-service pro shop, as well as a bar, grill, and dining terrace.
This golf course is rated one of the best in the United States and best in Nevada by Golf Digest. The par-72 course is surrounded by mature trees and thousands of flowers. The greens are home to Australian wallabies and exotic birds. Originally only for high-rolling guests of MGM Mirage hotel properties, the course now books outside tee times as well. For an exhilarating game in beautiful surroundings, schedule a game here.
One of four courses comprising Golf Summerlin, Eagle Crest is an executive course offering magnificent vistas of the encircling Las Vegas mountainscape. Bill Casper designed the 4,067-yard, par-60 course with leisure and scenic views in mind. The layout consists of six par-4 holes and 12 par-3 holes, and a traditional 18-hole game will run approximately three and a half hours. An excellent practice facility on-site also features a driving range and putting greens.
The most recent course addition to the Paiute family is the WOLF course. "Long" is the name of the theme here, measuring 7511 yards from the back tees, intimidating for even the most skilled player. Along with the length, Dye made sure to cause problems for big hitters by utilizing the natural desert wash areas that surround the entire facility, thus requiring players to be long and accurate from the tee boxes to clear the ravines and find the short grass. The fairways are tight and the greens are small; there is simply very little room for error if you plan on scoring well at this course. The 15th par-3 hole plays to an island green similar to Dye's famed 17th at the TPC at Sawgrass. Wolf's 15th green is bigger, but from the back tees to a back pin the hole can play 200 yards. From the middle tees, it plays just a teeth-grinding 138.