April 11, 2007–Cascata Golf Club was called "Golf's Hidden Treasure" by Sports Illustrated when it opened, and they also called it one of the toughest tee times to secure in all of golf. These days, the Harrahs-owned and Rees Jones-designed Las Vegas golf course is open to all willing to pay to play ($350-500), with other Las Vegas golf Cascata packages available through the official website of Cascata. The 18 holes of Cascata dance in the hills above Boulder City, a quaint suburb of Las Vegas, and located about 40 minutes from the pageantry of the Las Vegas Strip.
The 37,000-square-foot clubhouse includes a fine dining restaurant, private locker rooms, a custom humidor and a river flowing through the middle of it.
The river begins more than 400-feet above the expansive Cascata driving range, and culminates in front of the majestic clubhouse, after splitting the clubhouse is two. The noise of flowing water soothes those golfers fortunate to play this ultimate Las Vegas golf course.
A Cascata golf pro will greet you at the front door of Cascata and escort you to a private locker complete with your own name plate.
Then you play a course that was designed by one of the most recognizeable and historical golf course designers in all of the world.