Las Vegas National Golf Club is located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and celebrates Daylight Savings Time with quality savings and 9-hole rates for visitors and loyal locals. Plus it allows players to take advantage of the new trend of playing 9 holes to save time and money. Rates start at $29 for loyal locals and $49 for visitors.
Las Vegas National is the home of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame and is an oasis-style golf course with trees and plenty of shade for those warmer days. Both the LPGA Tour and PGA Tour played tournaments at the course over the years and in 1996, the course was one of three used with Tiger Woods won for the first time on the PGA Tour at the Las Vegas Invitational.
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From 1961-66 the LPGA Championship, a major, was played at the National. Hall of Famer Mickey Wright won three times.