Bali Hai Golf Club

The Bali Hai Golf Club has been dubbed as a tropical golfer’s paradise. Located just right on the famous Las Vegas Strip, the golf course is being highlighted by acres of water features, thousands of towering palms, a signature island green, and about a hundred of thousands of tropical plants and flowers. The layout’s transition zones are being accented with the super fine Augusta white sand and a set off by the outcroppings of black volcanic rocks. Designed by Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt in 2000, Bali Hai was considered as a worthy namesake of a popular Indonesian land of enchantment.

This 7,002-yard par-71 golf course, aside from providing challenging golf rounds to its guests, also boasts of the stunning views of the Strip high-end resorts from the fairways. To provide the fair test of golfing skills, Bali Hai Golf Club also features the par-3 island green #16 hole and the par-4, 468-yard hole #3 popularly known as the “Shipwreck.” This is what makes Bali Hai Golf Club unique from the rest of the Las Vegas courses. Breathtaking scenery, challenging play, and world-class facilities are among the many things that guests can discover on their stay. Among the many citations that the golf club has been receiving include the “Top 50 Resort Course” by Golf Digest, “Best Course in Las Vegas” as cited by Vegas Golfer Magazine, and “America’s Top 40 Resort Courses” given by GolfWeek Magazine.

While on play, guests can enjoy the on-course beverage cart service. After the challenging golf rounds at the greens, guests can relax in the cozy ambiance of the Cabana snack bar or the Cili Restaurant & Bar where good food is served. Bali Hai Golf Club also takes pride in having one of America’s top golf shops as cited by the Golf World Business Magazine. Proper implementation of dress code is also being observed by the golf club.

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