Las Vegas National Golf Club

Experiencing history at its finest can never be as wonderful as doing it in the Las Vegas National Golf Club. With a classic and traditional design, the resort has been hosting a lot of PGA and LPGA Tours for decades. Built in 1961 by Bert Stamps, this golf vacation destination has par 71 course featuring thousands of palm trees, strategically placed sand bunkers, and water hazards which protect the manicured greens and lush fairways. This 18-hole golf course has been hosting numerous Sahara Invitational and Las Vegas Invitational tournaments for years and even the famous Tiger Woods played in this course before he made his first PGA Tour victory.

The Las Vegas National Golf Club is situated in the heart of LV, just less than 10 minutes away from the famous Las Vegas Strip. Golfers can enjoy their vacations by availing in various group outings having several privileges. Group outings include all cart fees and green fees with unlimited use of practice facilities on the day of the event. Restaurants serving sumptuous meals at reasonable prices add to the satisfaction of every golf trip spent in this resort. Bars and Grills offer casual dinning experience for hungry players with the bonus of open views including the mountains as a backdrop as well as the historic golf course.

Different golf vacation package deals await clients who book their trips ahead of time. Group tournaments and other group outings are also entitled to numerous discounts depending on the type of package availed. The Las Vegas National Golf Club offer competitive pricing to their valued customers while still providing a high quality of customer service.

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