Red Rock Country Club

Gently swaying palms, cascading waterfalls, and emerald green fairways weave a colorful tapestry that sprawls across the rolling terrain of what once was a desert. Here at the private Red Rock Country Club, the sculpting hands of nature and time have been artfully aided by the timeless design of a modern day master, Arnold Palmer.

Palmer’s two Signature courses, the private Mountain Course and the public Arroyo Course, offer a prism of challenge, beauty, and escape. All 36 holes invite competition and camaraderie against panoramic views of cityscapes and towering mountains, creating the most stunning golfing experience in Las Vegas.

Members also have access to our sister golf course, Siena. Surrounded by the towering Spring Mountains, Siena Golf Club features gently rolling fairways and artful bunkering – plus dazzling views of the Las Vegas skyline. Designed by master architects Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt, Siena is renowned throughout the Las Vegas Valley for its natural beauty and unprecedented serenity.

Course Architect – Arnold Palmer

“When you see the natural beauty and pure splendor of this area, it is easy to see that these courses are absolutely magical”.

– Arnold Palmer

Rolling fairways, dramatic water features and multi-tiered greens characterize the 7001-yard, par-72 Private Mountain Course and the 6883-yard, par-72 Public Arroyo Course at Red Rock Country Club. With a minimum of five tee placements per hole, players of all levels enjoy a challenging and exhilarating world-class golfing experience.

A few of Arnies’ lifetime achievements:

  • Golf’s first millionaire
  • 92 Championships accumulated in National and International stature by the end of 1991
  • US Senior Open champion in 1980
  • National Associated Press poll named Arnold as “Athlete of the Decade” for the 1960’s
  • PGA Player of Year – 1960 and 1962
  • PGA Tour Leading Money-Winner – 1958, 1960, 1962, 1963
  • Vardon Trophy – 1961, 1962, 1964, 1967
  • Ryder Cup Team – 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1971, 1973; Capt. – 1963, 1975
  • Chrysler Cup Team and Captain (Senior Golf) – 1986-90
  • Presidents Cup Captain – 1996
  • UBS Cup Team and Captain – 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
  • Four time winner of The Masters Tournament: 1958,1960,1962, and 1964


  • Course Type: Private
  • Architect: Arnold Palmer
  • Opened: 1999