Golf courses in Las Vegas are some of the best in the country. Get direct access to the official website of these courses for tee times, golf deals, packages and more.
Aliante Golf Club
Aliante Golf Club is the crown jewel of the Aliante living community in the northern part of Las Vegas and designed by Gary Panks and Associates in 2003. Aliante features water holes, arroyos and a collection of golf holes that fit the golfer’s eyes.
Bali Hai Golf Club
Bali Hai stands as one of Vegas’ best golf experiences, and that isn’t just an opinion. Over the years, the finest golf publications in the world have piled on honors to this majestic layout. Golf Digest named it one of the best places to play in 2004; Golfweek called it one of America’s best golf courses and VegasGolfer Magazine honored it as the Best Overall Course in Las Vegas in 2004.
Bear’s Best Las Vegas
Now when you play golf you can experience 18 of Jack Nicklaus’ favorite holes when you tee it up at Bear’s Best Las Vegas. This Las Vegas resort golf course features 18 holes that have re-created the holes from some of the Golden Bear’s best golf courses. Bear’s Best features holes from Cabo Del Sol, PGA West, Castle Pines and Old Works, among others, and each hole is the home of the unique design elements that make the original memorable.
Cascata Golf Club
The world-renowned Rees Jones—one of the world’s most influential members of the golf community– built this gem called Cascata, located at the entrance to Boulder City, but owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. Sports Illustrated once called this course, “Golf’s Hidden Treasure”.
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Club at Sunrise
This is a historic place but newly-renovated and a local and visitor favorite. Club at Sunrise was formerly Winterwood and Desert Rose but now is brand new with bells and whistles while keep all of the good stuff from its history. Play it today.
The Las Vegas Country Club — PRIVATE NATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
The Las Vegas Country Club is a legend among Las Vegas golf courses and Las Vegas in general, and is a true private equity club that offers special membership for visiting golfers. Built in 1967, the course and Club became a part of the fabric of Las Vegas. Among the notables who have spent a lot of time at The Las Vegas Country Club as members, guests or honorary members are Andre Agassi, Dean Martin, hoteliers Steve Wynn and Kirk Kerkorian, Joe Dimaggio, and many, many more. The course has hosted events on both the PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour and now offers a special and amazing national membership for visitors.
Las Vegas National Golf Club
What golf course did Tiger Woods play when he won his first PGA Tour event? This course is one of the answers as Las Vegas National played host to the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational that was also played at Desert Inn and TPC Summerlin.
Las Vegas Golf Center
The Las Vegas Golf Center is the #1 Golf Destination in Las Vegas and is located on the magnificent Las Vegas Strip just minutes from the megaresorts that make Las Vegas famous. The LVGC is a 42-acre Vegas golf mecca and features a lighted par 3 course and a 113-stall two-tier driving range with both synthetic and natural turf hitting areas. In addition, there is a putting and short game area plus an expansive retail shop and the Flight Deck Bar and Grill. Games Changed Here. Shop. Play. Practice.
Legacy Golf Club features arguably the most memorable, truly “Vegas” hole in this whole golf region.
The par 3, 10th hole at Legacy features each tee box molded into the earth as a deck of cards. The suits hole not only is something to write home about, but it also provides challenge and shot values as desert area and strategically-placed bunkers guard the green.
Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort
Pete Dye twirled his golf design magic three times here at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. The Paiute Golf Resort is a multiple winner of VegasGolfer Magazine’s Best overall experience category as voted on by readers.
Mountain Falls Golf Club
There’s a gem of a golf course in Pahrump, a short drive from Las Vegas. Mountain Falls offers affordable green fees in a plush setting on a course designed by Cal Olsen and Nicklaus Design, the firm founded by the legendary Jack Nicklaus. GolfAdvisor.com rated the course among the most friendly in the United States and it is a golfer’s favorite.
Primm Valley Golf Club
There’s nothing like a Tom Fazio-designed golf course so when there are two at one facility, well, that is even better. The Lakes and Desert course at Primm Valley are as sweet as they come and offer value tee times and golf packages in a true Fazio setting that will never disappoint.
Rio Secco Golf Club
Recently, Rio Secco Golf Club is the T-Mate program that pairs lovely young ladies with foursomes as caddies. The T-mates are part host, part caddie, and full-time pleasure to watch and be around. Rio Secco is also the home of the Butch Harmon School of Golf and the Million Dollar Hole. Rio Secco was designed by Rees Jones and has played host to the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge and other major tournaments and events.
Spanish Trail Golf and Country Club
This is the only 27-hole private facility in Las Vegas and is a living legend. The three nines take golfers on a fun, memorable and beautiful golf journey through the master-planned Spanish Trail community. A stunning and large clubhouse is perfect for members and guests. Reciprocal play is available so inquire with the course.
Wildhorse Golf Club
Wildhorse is a landmark in the Henderson area, a Las Vegas suburb and is a unique layout featuring challenging water holes including the par 4, 9th hole, one of the most memorable in Las Vegas because of the water everywhere and location in the shadows of the clubhouse. Very affordable green fees.
Wolf Creek Golf Club
Wolf Creek Golf Club is 18 holes of “fantasy” golf that is located 77 miles north of Las Vegas in the burgeoning golf mecca of Mesquite, Nevada. Wolf Creek Golf Club plays through the dramatic hills, canyons, ravines and desert of the beautiful southwest desert, and the course is now continually ranked among the Top 100 golf courses in America”, including in 2009 when it is included at number 51 by GOLF Magazine.
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