Featured Las Vegas Area Golf Courses
Wynn Las Vegas was designed to be explored and discovered. The luxury resort features 2,716 rooms and suites, signature restaurants, retail boutiques, a full-service spa and salon, exciting entertainment and the only golf course on the Strip.
If you’re looking for lots of challenges and beautiful scenery, Badlands Golf Club -- 25 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip -- is the
course for you. It also features 27 holes of championship golf designed by Johnny Miller, sprawled across a stunning landscape of ravines, deep canyons, cliffs, water hazards and dangerous bunkers.
Palm Valley Golf Club is a Billy Casper and Greg Nash design in the master-planned community of Sun City that is much more of a links-style look than its sister Highland Falls course.
Located about an hour northeast of Las Vegas in Mesquite, Conestoga Golf Club is one of Nevada's newest courses, opened in 2009. Set within the Sun City development, the semi-private course that is part of the master-planned community offers daily public tee times.
Get a taste of 11 different British Open rotation courses and forget about the long flight across the pond and trekking all over the British Isles. Here on one course, less than 9 miles from the heart of the Strip, you can experience the best 18 holes of the Open rotation courses. Vegas is all about themed hotels and attractions and for golfers there is no more sacred theme than the Open.
Often considered the most scenic of the three Pete Dye designed golf courses at Paiute Golf Resort, Sun Mountain is sure to dazzle. And while you'll be faced with a challenge, Sun Mountain gives golfers a chance to score while enjoying the scenery.
Spectacular Las Vegas golf is alive and swinging at Stallion Mountain Golf Club! Now under new ownership and under OB Sports management, Stallion Mountain Golf Club is home to 18 holes of spectacular Las Vegas golf on the 7,351-yard layout that was designed by PGA Tour legend Jim Colbert and golf course architect Jeff Brauer.
Voted "Best Bargain Course in Southern Nevada" by Vegas Golfer Magazine three years in a row, Boulder City Golf Course will welcome you like an old friend. It is an excellent budget round of golf with facilities that can rival some of the best resort golf courses in the Las Vegas area.
Spanish Trail Golf & Country Club offers three expertly designed nines that can be played in three different 18-hole combinations, providing plenty of variety. The Canyon/Lakes Course combines the longest and most challenging nine with a scenic, water-filled nine.
The Sunrise/Canyon Course is one of three courses at Spanish Trail Golf & Country Club. The course is comprised of two individual nines, with a total of three at the club. Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed the three nines.
Set among the deep canyons and arroyos of Las Vegas is Badlands Golf Club, home to 27 holes of championship golf, including the Desperado/Diablo Course. At 6,926-yards long from the championship tees -- and a par 72 -- the course is quite the test. Accuracy is a must.
Desert Hawk allows golfers to unleash monstrous drives and great golf shots on generous fairways. With a combination of oasis and desert themes, and opening and closing holes that have tremendous water features, this nine-hole layout presents excitement and challenge. The Eldorado Valley nine at Boulder Creek offers many clear, concise, unobstructed shots from the lush fairway.
The Lakes/Sunrise Course at Spanish Trail Golf Club is one of three courses at the club. Made of two individual nines, Lakes/Sunrise is both scenic and challenging with water coming into play throughout.
Primm Valley Golf Club's Lake Course gives players a Tom Fazio-designed run that will have them dazzled by the amazing scenery. The Lakes Course leaps out of the desert, giving golfers a lush experience in one of Nevada's hottest towns.
The Palms championship golf course is one of the finest in the southwest. Lakes, sand traps, and over 200 palm trees create stunning hole layouts. Extended fairways are featured on the front nine, while mountainous terrain characterizes the back nine. A majestic, must-play course for any golfer.
When planning your next Las Vegas golf trip, make sure to include a round at Chimera Golf Club. One of the newer Las Vegas golf courses, this Ted Robinson design is a challenging round of golf that will test scratch golfers while remaining accessible to high handicappers.
There is only one course in the world which is right next to a street as famous as the Las Vegas Strip, the Bali Hai Golf Club. This 7,002-yard Schmidt/Curley design offers a tropical paradise with views of the Strip from greens and tees. Celebrities and high rollers avail themselves of the convenience and great experience, you can too!
Eagle Crest, one of three Golf Summerlin courses, is carved into a hillside and plays from some of Las Vegas' highest peaks, providing stunning views. Though it's a short course, Eagle Crest packs a punch.
The 18-hole course is the centerpiece of the latest master-planned Del Webb community, Aliante (Italian for soaring) opened in December 2003, and Panks landscaped it for immediate impact. The first nine holes wander through hundreds of pear trees and shrubs, while the back nine climbs through Mondale pines and purple locust trees. Virtually every hole on Aliante features groomed arroyo.
The Lexington golf course at The Revere Golf Club is a 'must play' during your next Las Vegas golf trip. The 7,143-yard Lexington will push you to the max, both physically and mentally, with challenging risk/reward opportunities.
Escape to the desert at CasaBlanca Golf Club in Mesquite, Nev. Lush, vibrant fairways and crisp blue, sparkling lakes on a challenging course await the weary traveller looking for a course/casino/spa combo.
Primm Valley Golf Club's Desert Course is a Tom Fazio work of art that will have golfers on a journey through the desert that consists of some of the most brilliant vistas and landscape, and a golf challenge that will have them coming back for more.
Oasis, arroyo and desert-style holes make precision a must throughout the course. Boulder Creek Golf Club's Desert Hawk nine is designed and laid out through the natural rolling terrain, diverse and extremely beautiful. Desert Hawk allows golfers the chance to use all of the clubs in their bag off the tees and in the fairways.
Snow Mountain is the oldest of the three courses at Paiute Golf Resort, and according to many, it just may well be the best of the lot. See for yourself the challenges that await at this Pete Dye gem.
Through smooth, subtle elevation changes and yards and yards of scenic natural landscape, Boulder Creek's Coyote Run nine offers golfers wonderful scenery and numerous golfing challenges. The club's Eldorado Valley nine features a challenging yet fair layout that rewards big hitters.
The Wolf Course at Paiute Golf resort showcases what Pete Dye is all about, as the legendary golf course designer empties both barrels in what is considered one of the toughest runs in Las Vegas, if not the entire Southeast.
Located just 25 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, Badlands Golf Club features 27 holes of challenging golf. Practice on the driving range pays off at Badlands, as the golf courses demand accuracy. That’s particularly true on the 6,800-yard Diablo/Outlaw combination, which is set among deep canyons and ravines.
Looking for the perfect golf course for your next Las Vegas golf outing? Look no farther than the Concord course at The Revere Golf Club. The more than 7,000 yard golf course features Bermuda fairways and spacious greens and will challenge golfers of all skill levels.
Mojave Resort Golf Club in Laughlin has a reputation for being one of the best golf courses in the tri-state area. The course has a diverse layout that has appeal for both low and high handicappers. The layout is a seamless combination of desert golf and classic links with fairways that are nearly as wide as they are long.
Former Masters winner Billy Casper designed this course set above the master-planned community of Sun City in Las Vegas. At its highest, reaches an elevation of 3,053 feet. The par 5s are not super monster (all under 544 feet).
The Las Vegas National Golf Club is a traditional, oasis styled golf course with thousands of trees which place a premium on ball position. The course is nestled in the middle of the city of Las Vegas.
For an unexpected golf experience in Las Vegas, play Desert Pines Golf Club and enjoy a Carolina sandhills round. More than 4,000 mature pines, bentgrass greens fashioned after Augusta National, lush grass from tee to green and a dose of Southern hospitality make this a wonderful golf adventure and one you would not expect in Vegas.
The Legacy Golf Club at Green Valley is a course destined to confront the most sophisticated golf enthusiast. The course features several holes rated as Las Vegas' best. The famed "Devil's Triangle" will offer challenge and fun, as well as "Suits" and "Love Grass".
There's a reason TPC Las Vegas has been called "desert elegance." Designed by Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd, this 7,063-yard course capitalizes on the beauty of the surrounding mountains and canyons and the glamour of the Las Vegas skyline to make a truly stunning golf course. It's an excellent choice for any Las Vegas golf trip.
Bear's Best Las Vegas is a unique golf course that will give golfers the chance of a lifetime - to play the best holes designed by Jack Nicklaus. And with great service and conditions, you'll see why Bear's Best is a legend just like the Golden Bear.
The Canyons Course at Oasis Golf Club is a par-71 combination of the popular nine-hole Vistas course and the newer Arroyo nine that opened in 2005. The course, which was designed by David Druzisky, is shorter than the Palmer Course at Oasis Golf Club. It has large fairways and Bermuda greens in player-friendly atmosphere. The front nine is known more for its views, while the back nine is sculpted from the canyon walls of the northwest Mesquite landscape.
Black Mountain Golf & Country Club is conveniently less than a half hour from the Las Vegas Strip, but you would think it was much further thanks to the stunning backdrop provided by the Mojave Desert.
Rhodes Ranch Golf Club gives golfers a well-conditioned Ted Robinson design that will have players of all levels challenged, and thrilled about the favorable green fees. Overall, it's one of the most underrated courses in all of Sin City.
Angel Park's newest addition, Cloud Nine, offers replica holes of twelve of the most famous par-3 holes in golf. Cloud Nine along with the driving range and world-famous putting course are lighted and open for evening play as well.
The Palm Course at Angel Park GC requires plenty of distance off the tees and finesse around the undulating greens, however the course's receptive fairways and multiple tee placements keep it from overwhelming beginning and intermediate players.
Arroyo Golf Club at Red Rock has Las Vegas golfers buzzing as it offers a chance for daily-fee players to enjoy the luxury and pampering that come with being a member of an exclusive country club.
Opened in 1959, Wildhorse Golf Club received a facelift from Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt in 2004. The course has been rated one of the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest and is a fine choice for your next Las Vegas golf outing.
The Mountain Course at Angel Park G.C. is desert golf at its finest. Winding through the rolling natural terrain and skirting dense stands of native vegetation, this course is at an elevation of 2,800 feet and features panoramic views of the Spring Mountains, Red Rock Mountains and the Las Vegas skyline that are simply spectacular.
6730 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Canyon Gate Country Club offers a scenic and challenging 18-hole course that requires accuracy over skill or strength due to the numerous water hazards and undulating greens. The course also features strategically placed sand bunkers and mature landscaping.
Looking for a classic Las Vegas golf course? There's no better place than the The Club at Sunrise (formerly known as Desert Rose Golf Course). Crafted by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee in 1964, The Club at Sunrise was one of the first golf facilities built in Las Vegas and is a great play for golfers of all skill levels.
Located in the upscale gated Los Prados Community in the northwest corner of the Las Vegas Valley, Los Prados Golf Course boasts stunning views, top-notch service and a steadfast commitment to providing golfers with excellent course conditions. Designed by Jeff Hardin, the 18-hole Los Prados Golf Course is just under 6,000 yards long and plays to a par 70.
Set amid the Pine Valley mountains and red rocks, the centerpiece of southern Utah's Sand Hollow Resort is the 18-hole Championship course. Designed by John Fought and opened in 2008, the golf course winds through stunning red rock outcroppings.
Durango Hills Golf Course is an executive golf course in name only. Measuring 3,777 yards from the back tees, this well-conditioned 18-hole Lee Schmidt/Brian Curley-design offers a great variety of par-3 and par-4 holes set among the backdrop of the Red Rock Mountains. With white sand bunkering on every hole, and smooth undulating greens, Durango Hills is an enjoyable Las Vegas golf experience that can be had in well under four hours.
Red Rock Country Club course is second to none when it comes to exclusive country clubs in Las Vegas. One of two amazing Arnold Palmer designs, the Red Rock Country Club will dazzle with its natural beauty and playability.
Siena Golf Course is an affordable and fun Las Vegas mainstay after less than 10 years in service. A flurry of bunkers make Siena a challenging, yet entertaining day for golfers looking for the best Las Vegas has to offer.
This spectacular golf course is unlike any other in southern Nevada. It is lined with thousands of mature pines and accented by thatched pine needles, colorful flower beds and four sparkling lakes.
The original of the two 18-hole layouts at the Oasis Golf Club, the Palmer Course is a par-71 layout that runs through desert canyons and ravines. The Arnold Palmer design, which opened in 1995, has five sets of tees to suit all levels of players. With outstanding conditions, golfers will be challenged by the course's undulating greens, water hazards and elevated tee shots.
Anthem Country Club represents all that's good in the Las Vegas golf scene. A Hale Irwin design, along with meticulous conditioning and a true country club atmosphere will have golfers battling on the course, and getting pampered off of it.
Opened in 1945, Las Vegas Golf Club is among the oldest courses in Sin City. It's a player-friendly golf course with spacious fairways and few bunkers that is a must-play round on your next Las Vegas golf outing.
Painted Desert Golf Club is the first of the Las Vegas desert courses and has numerous contrast of the desert areas and lush green fairways that lends beauty and challenge to the experience.
Falcon Ridge Golf Club is a 6550-yards par 71 desert layout that boasts some of the most beautiful landsapes one has ever seen. Spectacular elevation changes, numerous water features and high mesa views along with a track that is playable for all classes of golfers make Falcon Ridge a most on anyone's golf outing.
75 MonteLago Blvd
Henderson, Nevada 89011