The Revere at Anthem is the home of two Billy Casper/Greg Nash-designed Las Vegas golf courses, the Lexington and Concord. As many of you know, Billy Casper is one of the best golfers ever, winning 51 times in his career, the seventh most in PGA Tour history. And following his playing days, he teamed with golf course architect Nash to create some of the more memorable golf courses in Las Vegas and the southwest. The two Casper/Nash collaborations at The Revere provide golfers beauty, intrigue, challenge and fun, in particular the Lexington Course.
The Lexington Course at The Revere was the first of the 18 holes to be built, and the holes can be best described as desert beauty with a twist of golf angst. There is plenty of fairway green to land tee shots, but wayward drives can and will find the natural desert environment. Solid course management and playing from the right set of tees will allow for your most enjoyable day of golf. Billy Casper and Greg Nash twirled solid design magic here.
The Lexington features the brilliant Par 5, 7th Hole, named King's Chapel. A bell cast by the real Paul Revere still rings today in Boston, and was described by Revere as "the sweetest bell ever made." This hole, that plays from tee boxes above the fairway and culminates to a two-tiered green backdropped by a waterfall and canyon walls, is Las Vegas golf in its purest, best–and yes, sweetest–form.
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