I played this course over a year ago and loved the layout but the conditioning was a little rough. I just played it again yesterday and could not believe the improvement in conditioning. The greens were rolling beautiful and it was so nice to see all that deep green color on all the fairways. I brought my father-in-law along for a round because he was interested in the long history that the course had with the P.G.A.Tour throughout the years. A couple of nice bonuses for him were the newly add senior tee boxes that made the course very playable for him. The other bonus was the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame that is now housed in their Vintage clubhouse. By the way a very cool exhibit to see. All in all this course is hard to beat for the price and how close it is to the strip. I give it two thumbs up! JV
3000 Joe W Brown DrLas Vegas, NV 89109
From Business: The Las Vegas Country Club provides a variety of recreational opportunities for people throughout Nevada. It features a more than 40,000-square-foot clubhouse, golf…
As a regular cross-country golf traveler to Las Vegas, I know first hand that BK's Golf Services take care of everything. And I do mean EVERYTHING! They arrange a complete and detailed itinerary for me on some of the best courses in Las Vegas and even pay strict attention to the current condition of those properties to maximize my experience. While I travel my golf clubs everywhere else, I actually rent equipment from BK's to make my life even easier to and from McCarran Airport because they offer excellent clubs from top manufacturers that is conveniently waiting for me at my first tee time. While I usually rent my own car, they offer transportation as well. I only have one complaint: That they aren't located in other cities where I love to travel on golf trips. These guys are fantastic.
It had been about 5 years since I played this course last, I forgot it was there. American Golf had kind of run it down then, it was in poor shape. Since the new management took over, it's in great shape now and a fun atmosphere too. Loved the old clubhouse bar, where I guess Sinatra and Deano used to hang out and play piano, and they had a Vegas golf hall of fame museum with a lot of cool memoribilia, like from Tiger's first win there in '96. The course is still challenging, and it's nice not to be walking through the desert everytime I push one a little too far right. The greens were rolling beatifully, the price was right, and it's close to the strip. Definitely recommend, it's a must see for Vegas golfers, and just those who want to see some real Vegas history, too.