Las Vegas, Nevada (August 28, 2015)–Simply put, playing Las Vegas golf course Royal Links Golf Club is liking teeing up the proverbial Titleist in a museum. At nearly every turn and nearly with every swing, golfers who play this themed Vegas layout will appreciate the history that oozes from the clubhouse, tee boxes and other areas around the facility. You can now create your Claret Jug moment right here in Las Vegas and feel like you just played your personal Open Championship. –By Brian Hurlburt.
The description of Royal Links Golf Club on the official course website is hand-crafted and captures the essence and thrill of playing the course that honors the rich and deep tradition from the home of golf in addition to golf’s oldest and most prestigious golf championship (with all due respect to The Masters and the U.S. Open).
Now is the time to reserve your Las Vegas golf tee times and golf packages at Royal Links. Click now to get started through the official reservation system of the course.
From RoyalLinksGolf.com: “Legends have walked these same hallowed holes. Create your own Claret Jug moment and relive history at Royal Links Golf Club, an unrivaled union of fabled holes – like the ‘Postage Stamp’ at Royal Troon and the ‘Road Hole’ at St. Andrews – from the Open Championship’s eleven world-famous courses. This once-in-a-lifetime and, for many, life-changing golf experience can become a reality without a trip across the pond: It only requires a passion for the game and a quick, five-minute jaunt from the famed Las Vegas Strip.”
Check out the official Royal Links photo gallery. Holes from such courses as St. Andrews, Royal Troon, Carnoustie and others are experienced during your round.
Through your Royal Links Golf Club journey you will play cool and historic golf holes plus learn about the history of The Open Championship. At each tee box are historic markers detailing big moments in the history of the Open, and throughout the clubhouse is official memorabilia including books, clubs, clothing and more. When you play the Links in Vegas, be sure to spend some time before and/or after the round in the clubhouse for a pint at Stymie’s and a chance to enjoy the decor.
There are also monuments on the grounds (the Claret Jug is one) plus when you play in special events at Royal Links a cannon is the signal to begin the round.
Among the recognition that Royal Links Golf Club has earned over the years is:
Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.com; “America’s Best Courses You Can Play”, from Golfweek’s Best; “America’s Best Courses You Can Play”, from Golfweek; and “Top 10 Courses You Can Play” by Golf Magazine.
You really do owe it to yourself to tee it up at Royal Links soon. You can also take a traditional forecaddie on your journey who can guide you past the deep, pot bunkers, read the greens, and bring a true “across-the-pond” golf feel to the round.