Las Vegas Golf Courses



1911 E. Desert Inn Rd.
Las Vegas, Nevada

(702) 734-1796



Designed by Bert Stamps, Tiger Woods fired a 1-under-par 70 at Las Vegas National in 1996 en route to his historic PGA Tour victory. The traditional course was a host for the PGA Tour's Las Vegas Invitational for several years, in addition to hosting other PGA Tour events and LPGA events throughout the years.

LPGA Hall-of-Famer Mickey Wright claimed two of her 13 major championships on the course by winning the LPGA Championship twice. Fairways meander through the shadows of mature palm trees and greens flanked by sand traps and ponds. Five intriguing par 3s (the toughest set in the valley) offer a stern test, while mid-length par 5s offer good chances for par or birdie.


You will forget you are in the desert when you visit the Las Vegas National Golf Club. This championship golf course is the former home of the PGA Tour's Las Vegas Invitational and is conveniently located only two miles from "The Strip." Classic in design, this golf club combines rolling fairways, glistening lakes, and greens well protected by palm, pine, and olive trees.



From Las Vegas Blvd. Take Tropicana East to Eastern Ave. Make a Left on Eastern Ave and follow to Desert Inn Road. Make a left on Desert Inn Road. The Clubhouse will be on the left hand side of Road. Located 10 Minutes from Las Vegas Strip. From North End of Strip: Take Las Vegas Blvd. North to Sahara Blvd. Make a left onto Sahara (East)and follow to Eastern Ave. Make a right onto Eastern Avenue (south) and follow until Desert Inn rd. Make a right onto Desert Inn Rd and the course will be on your left.



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