Wildhorse Golf Club in the Las Vegas Golf Region has gone by the names of Paradise Valley Country Club, Showboat Country Club, Royal Kenfield and Wildhorse. It opened in 1963 and is now owned by the City of Henderson and operated by Elite Golf Management.
The course has hosted the PGA Tour, been owned by Howard Hughes and also by a Japanese businessman, and is now owned by the City of Henderson and operated by Elite Golf Management.
The course has been known as Paradise Valley, the Showboat Country Club and Royal Kenfield over the years. In 1969, Hughes, the reclusive businessman and visionary among other titles, bought the course from Greenspun for a reported $2.25 million.
The course offers some of the least expensive tee times and green fees in the Las Vegas Golf Region and is a local’s favorite and a sometimes unique find for visiting Las Vegas golfers.
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