Golf Courses in Las Vegas

Although it may be known worldwide for its parties, bars and [casinos:[mr green, Las Vegas is becoming more and more popular with golfers who want to play on a course with a difference. In this post, we’ll look at four of the best golf courses in the City of Lights and surrounding areas:

Bali Hai Golf Club

Bali Hai Golf Club is the only championship golf course located on Las Vegas’ world-renowned strip, meaning it’s a must-play if you’re planning to head over. Originally opened in 1952, and inspired by the South Pacific, it’s previously hosted the PGA Tournament of Champions. Best of all, everyone is welcome – from serious players to bachelorette parties!

TPC Las Vegas

First built in 1996, with the help and advice of former Masters, US Open and USPGA champion Raymond Floyd, TPC Las Vegas is located in Summerlin, on the west side of the city. A previous host of the Las Vegas Senior Classic, the course is challenging for both seasoned pros and beginners, with the par-4 13th, known as ‘Death Valley’, a particular highlight.

Las Vegas Country Club

A parkland-style private course – green fees are around $80 – Las Vegas Country Club has been operating for over 50 years. A previous host of the LPGA Takefuji Classic, it’s located in the Winchester area of Las Vegas.

Shadow Creek Golf Course

An exclusive course built in 1989 by a casino magnate, Shadow Creek charges green fees of $500, meaning that only the most dedicated play there. Often ranked among the top 25 golf courses in the world, if you’re lucky enough to get in, you can count yourself alongside. PGA professionals and even ex-presidents.

Heading to Las Vegas for a stag or hen party? Don’t forget to book a round at one of these courses – you won’t regret it!