The Concord Course: A gentler complement to Revere Golf Club's Lexington
HENDERSON, Nev. -- Revere Golf Club boasts two 18-hole courses named after the towns on Paul Revere's famous ride, Lexington and Concord. Everything at the club, including the names of all the holes, has a Revolutionary War theme.
Revere's Concord Course is the newer of the two, created as a gentler complement to the original course. Its wide fairways and subtler elevation changes may be more player friendly but it still provides a good challenge thanks to strategically placed bunkers and large greens that offer a variety of pin placements.
Like the Lexington, the Concord is known for its scenic landscape that tumbles across desert canyons and valleys provided by the surrounding foothills. The beauty is further enhanced by the incredible views that span from the Black Mountains to the Las Vegas skyline.
In addition to the golf courses, golfers can enjoy unlimited balls to use on Revere's all-grass driving range. There are also two practice putting greens and a short-game area.
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