About Las Vegas Golf Courses

Las Vegas has become a golfing mecca with over 30 golf courses. The desert climate is good for golfing year round and the city has capitalized on that . These 30 courses differ in price and difficulty so that any golfer can find the perfect course to play on.

Bali Hai Golf Club

The Bali Hai Golf Course is located right on Las Vegas Boulevard. This Pacific themed course is very well kept and will provide a nice challenge. Green fees range from $169 up to $225 per person and include cart and range balls.

Bali Hai Golf Club
5160 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Neveda 89119
(888) 427-6678

The Legacy Golf Club

The Legacy Golf Club is approximately a 15 minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip. This course is known for its desert like environment. The signature hole is #10 which has Tee Boxes in the shape of playing card suits. This course also features their “Devil’s Triangle,” 3 holes which provide a long challenge in the back nine. Green fees range from $65 to $170 depending on the season and come with cart and driving range balls.

The Legacy Golf Club
130 Par Excellence Drive
Henderson, Nevada 89014
(702) 897-2187

Arroyo Golf Club at Red Rock

This golf club is located in a private community but is open for public play. Because of that, playing the Arroyo can feel like being a member of a private country club. This course winds through Red Rock Canyon and features a panoramic view of Las Vegas from the #7 hole. Green fees are $99 to $189 depending on the season and day of the week.

Arroyo Golf Club
2250 A Red Springs Drive
Las Vegas Nevada 89135
(702) 258-2300

Painted Desert Golf Club

This course opened in 1987 and claims to be one of the first “desert” courses in Las Vegas. This course has a great variety in holes, from long 500 yard par 5 to 150 yard par 3. The course is on the less expensive side with green fees ranging from $49 to $149 depending on the season.

Painted Desert Golf Club
5555 Painted Mirage Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89129
(702) 645-2570 ext. 2

Desert Pines

Desert Pines is a tribute to the great golf courses of the South. Its greens are reminiscent of Augusta National in Georgia, while the thousands of pine trees remind golfers of playing in the Carolinas. The major course hazard is water, which lines half the holes. It also has a two level, climate controlled practice facility complete with automatic tees.

Desert Pines Golf Club
3415 E. Bonanza Rd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
(866) 447-4653