Cascata Golf Club las vegas
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Cascata Golf Club

The world-renowned Rees Jones—one of the world’s most influential members of the golf community– built this gem called Cascata, located at the entrance to Boulder City. Cascata is possibly the world’s best client golf experience, a boast backed up by a tantalizing clubhouse featuring a river flowing through the heart of it, a cigar room, fine-dining restaurant and a staff that will follow up on any beck and call. Las Vegas Golf is at its finest at Cascata. Cascata was rated 29 out of 30 in two different categories by a 2009 ZAGAT survey, one of only a small handful of courses in America to earn that distinction. The sister course to Cascata is Rio Secco Golf Club.

The holes—sometimes pranced on by Bighorn Sheep—play in the hills between Las Vegas and Boulder City, and are secluded, allowing each golfer to feel like they have the course to him or herself. Tiger Woods, Michael Douglass, Catherine Zeta-Jones and many other big names have played here, and enjoyed all that is Cascata. Real Golfer Comment:

“Played Cascata in late November – Course as always was in perfect shape, staff were there for every need. Not the cheapest course in Vegas but is the best service golf club I have ever had. From the greeter who introduces you to the pro to the name on the locker to the end of the day, they don’t miss a beat.”

When you play Cascata, you will be greeted by a pro and escorted to a locker with your name engraved on the name plate. You will relax in an amazing atmosphere, before getting into your golf cart—while still inside the clubhouse—before the automatic doors open, and the Cascata experience unfolds before your very eyes.”

Las Vegas Golfers Need To Know

  • Professional forecaddies are sent out with every group
  • While the price is high, your experience is higher and Cascata is an amazing golf value
  • Rio Secco, another Rees Jones design, is the sister course to Cascata in Las Vegas
  • Golf Digest ranked Cascata as a top 100 golf resorts


  • Course: 18 Holes
  • Course Type: Resort
  • Architect: Rees Jones
  • Opened: 2000
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