Playing Golf in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a golfers dream. If you are looking for championship Las Vegas golf courses there are a lot to choose from. Rates vary by season at all of the Championship Las Vegas Golf Courses.
The Aliante Las Vegas Golf Club opened in 2003. There is a dress code at this course and all golfers must wear a collared shirt. The rates for a round of golf vary from $30-$110.
Angel Park Mountain Las Vegas Golf Club opened in 1990. The current course record is 61. The rates for a round of golf vary from $65-$160.
The Badlands Las Vegas Golf Club opened in 1995. The rates for a round of golf vary from $95-$205. The current course record is 64 and is held by Craig Barlow.
Jim Strickland holds the current course record at Desert Pines Las Vegas Golf Club. The record is 62. The Desert Pines Las Vegas Golf Club opened in 1996 and the rates for a round of golf vary from $35-$160.
The rates for a round of golf at Rhodes Ranch Las Vegas Golf Club vary from $55-$125. This club opened in 1997 and the current record holder is Ted Oh with a 63.
In 2000, the Siena Las Vegas Golf Club opened its doors. The course record is held by Kevin Miskimins and you can golf a round there for $130-$160, depending on season.
The Legacy Las Vegas Golf Club opened in 1989. Rates for golf vary from $65-$170 and like all of the other Las Vegas golf courses it depends on the season. The current course record is 65.
The Wildhorse Las Vegas Golf Club originally opened in 1959 as the Paradise Valley Country Club. The course was redesigned in 2004 by architects Brian Curley & Lee Schmidt. It has several holes that are guarded by shimmering lakes. This championship, par 70 layout is a favorite of locals and is a former stop on the PGA tour.