Las Vegas, Nevada (May 19, 2012)--There are plenty of reasons to play the historic Las Vegas National Golf Club. This oasis-styled Las Vegas golf course--no desert, plenty of mature shade trees--was built in 1961 and has played host to events on the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour. And these days you will never find rates of more than $100 for visiting Las Vegas golfers. And it is located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip (cheap cab fare!). Click now for the official website to reserve your online tee times at Las Vegas National. --By Brian Hurlburt.
Las Vegas National Golf Club debuted in 1961 as the Stardust Country Club and immediately hosted the LPGA Championship, a major event for the ladies. The course hosted the ladies until 1966. Then in 1967, the Tournament of Champions moved from Las Vegas' Desert Inn Country Club to what is now Las Vegas National. This Las Vegas golf course also hosted the Sahara Invitatonal, a PGA Tour event for many years.
Las Vegas National Golf Club offers their best Las Vegas tee times rates online. Course management offers a savings of at least $5 per player just for booking online, and also continually updates special offers at the official website. Click now for the official online Las Vegas National tee times page.
One of the crowning glories for Las Vegas National Golf Club is the course was one of three Las Vegas golf courses used during the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational. That week, a 20-year old Tiger Woods--playing in just his fifth PGA Tour event as a professional--earned his first professional victory. Woods shot a 70 at Las Vegas National, accompanied by Nevada Governor Bob Miller who was his pro-am partner.
Las Vegas National Golf Club is also the home to the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame exhibit. The exhibit is located in the clubhouse and is free to tour for all golfers. The exhibit features the official trophy hoisted by Woods, a timeline of big moments in Las Vegas golf history, and other memorabilia. Also you can visit the Rat Pack Bar and Grill. Las Vegas National, over the years, was the place where the stars hung out including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr.