LAS VEGAS, Nev. (March 25, 2017)–Just because you may not live in Las Vegas doesn’t mean your golf outings to this great city can’t feature country club-style golf and surroundings. Don’t believe us? Well, check out the membership offerings at Las Vegas Country Club. Along with resident memberships, the club also offers national and international memberships to one of Las Vegas’ oldest and most prestigious and historic country clubs. — By Bill Bowman.
One of the best reasons to join a country club is location. Well, this one’s easy. Las Vegas Country Club is just minutes from the Strip. “It’s just easy to get to,” said Jennifer Dodd, Membership Director. “It’s centrally located. It’s close to the hotel. It’s close to everything. It’s perfect.”
And that’s vital if you’re coming into town on a business trip and want to play a little golf.
If you live more than 100 miles outside of Las Vegas and have a membership in another private club, check out the National Membership. This one allows players to tee it up whenever they visit Las Vegas (as many as 25 golf rounds per calendar year). The membership also gives players use of the club’s facilities and there are no food and drink minimums and no assessments.
One of the newest categories is the International Membership. This is for those whose primary residence is outside of the United States. It offers the same value as the National Membership, but these members do not have to belong to a private club.
“If you’re a businessman who does business in Las Vegas, this is for you,” Dodd said. “It’s a great place to bring the clients, relax and play a little golf. In fact we’ve had people from other clubs play here and they’ve enjoyed it so much they have become National Members.”
If you break down the numbers, the average round cost is about $115 with the membership.
There are other memberships also available including: Regular Golf Membership, Junior Executive Golf Membership, Social (Sports) Membership and Clubhouse Membership.
Along with the 18-hole championship golf course, Las Vegas Country Club, which was built in 1967 as one of the first private courses in Las Vegas, is also home to six tennis courts, a pool, men’s and women’s locker room facilities, a barber, a manicurist, dining room, member’s bar, and top-of-the-line banquet facilities.
The course underwent an extensive renovation by architect Mark Rathert in 2009 that included greens and bunker redesigns.
For more information about those memberships, contact Dodd at 702.576.9961 or email her at email@example.com.