Las Vegas National, located just minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the city’s most historic layouts. The Bert Stamps designed course opened in 1961 and has been a favorite of locals and visitors for more than 50 years. The PGA Tour and LPGA Tour have played it–including in 1996 when Tiger Woods shot 70 en route to his first PGA Tour win–and it was the hang out for Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and the Rat Pack.
Golfers are always on the lookout for an accommodating golf course that gives them more bang for their buck. Whether it’s playing early or late, walking or riding during a round, 9 or 18 holes, players want choices. At Las Vegas National Golf Club, golfers will definitely find an abundance of options.
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