Las Vegas happened at The Las Vegas Country Club, arguably the most historic golf course in the city that glitters. The Las Vegas Country Club is a legend among Las Vegas golf courses and Las Vegas in general, and is an equity club that offers special national and international memberships for visiting golfers.
National Memberships are Perfect for Visitors who come to Vegas a few times per year. Here are the details:
Visitors to Las Vegas can join this prestigious list through a national membership which offers 20 rounds of golf per year and other club amenities. The initiation fee is only $2,500 and monthly dues are $200 per month. National members must have a primary residence of more than 100 miles from the Club and belong to a private club.
Call (702) 734-1122 x225 for details or send a personal email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests of national members are welcome.
The Las Vegas Country Club opened 1967, and ever since has been home to celebrities, potlicos, athletes, hoteliers, mobsters, and many other notables. Among those 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.
Besides being the home to the elite, the course has also played host to the best golfers in the world. The LVCC was the home course for the PGA TOUR’s Las Vegas Invitational and LPGA Tour’s Takefuji Classic. The course also hosted huge celebrity tournaments including VH-1’s Fairway to Heaven and also a Hall of Fame Gridiron Classic. You just can’t count how many big-timers have played—and still play the layout that is located just a few drivers away from the Las Vegas Strip.
“It is one of the greatest courses I’ve seen in my lifetime. I just couldn’t find any flaw,” is how Gene Sarazen, a legend and 7-time major championship winner, described the course. His quote was part of an opening day article in the Las Vegas Sun in the sixties. The course was designed by the legendary Edmund B. Ault who crafted the oasis in the desert that is located in the heart of the city and just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.
Andre Agassi, who grew up Las Vegas and was a frequent guest there, still loves the role it plays in the city and its history. “It is astonishing to see such serenity, such charm, and something so timeless, in such proximity to the strip, the noisy pulse of our city,” said Agassi in the pages of The Las Vegas Country Club: Chronicle of an Icon. “Golfers, tennis players and many of the families that are the fabric of Las Vegas take time to connect and enjoy the refuge and the beauty of nature in a way you could not find anywhere else in our city. The Las Vegas Country Club is a fixture in our community and has played a vital role in my professional tennis career.”
Isn’t time to play a living Las Vegas legend?