Las Vegas, Nevada (June 6, 2014)–A new and unique private membership opportunity for visiting Las Vegas golfers is available at the historic and prestigious Las Vegas Country Club which is located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. The Club was the first private, equity club in Las Vegas when it opened and over the last five decades has been the place to be and be seen. A who's who has belonged or still belongs to The Las Vegas Country Club. Now 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 more than 100 miles from the Club and belong to a private club. — By Brian Hurlburt
Call 702.576.9961 for details or send a personal email to email@example.com. Guests of national members are welcome. Among the big names who are or were members of The Las Vegas Country Club are hotel magnates Kirk Kerkorian and Steve Wynn, in addition to celebrities Dean Martin and Pat Boone. Nevada governors and Las Vegas mayors have also been members of the Club including the current major, Carolyn Goodman, who is still a member with her husband, Oscar, the former mayor.
Major sports stars such as Andre Agassi, Joe Dimaggio and Jim Brown also spent a lot of time at the Club over the years. In The Las Vegas Country Club: Chronicle of an Icon, a book published recently by the Club, Agassi reminisced about his time there.
“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, who played and practiced his craft at the Club while growing up and then while as a professional. "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.”
The Las Vegas Country Club course is an oasis in the heart of an international city. The holes play nearly in the shadows of the Las Vegas resorts, and in fact, the par 3, 17th hole and the tee of the par 5, 18th hole, do play in the shadow of the LVH hotel, the former home to Elvis Presley. The final holes at LVCC are among the most memorable in the city due to their proximity to the resort and their overall visual intrigue.
Act now to join an icon in Las Vegas and enjoy private golf during your time in Las Vegas. Click now to the official website of The Las Vegas Country Club for more details about the Club.