Nevada Golf Destinations

  • Mesquite

    Located 80 miles north of Las Vegas in the Virgin River Valley, Mesquite is the hub of the fastest growing golf destination in the West. Here, you'll find a selection of championship golf courses, luxurious resorts featuring action packed casinos, live entertainment, tasty dining options, soothing spa/salon treatments and all the resort amenities required complete the dream vacation.

    Located about an hour northeast of Las Vegas, Conestoga Golf Course tumbles across the desert canyons and arroyos of Mesquite. Gary Panks, the course's designer, wanted to create a course that looked as though it had been forged over time by nature.
    Palms Golf Course is a championship course that combines desert and traditional golf. Formerly called Peppermill, the course is Mesquite's oldest 18-hole course and offers one of the city's most unique rounds. The course is truly like playing two courses in one. T
    Casablanca Resort & Casino is located an just an hour north of Las Vegas. In addition to being Mesquite's most popular entertainment venues, it also has an 18-hole golf course that appeals to golfers of all skill levels. The course sprawls across rolling terrain that gives it provides challenging ups and downs on every hole.
  • Reno/Lake Tahoe

    Step away from the slots for a moment, and you'll discover Reno is one of the golf world's "Biggest little cities," too. This lively casino town boasts high and dry weather suitable to play book stay-and-play golf vacation packages at a great value compared to many of it's neighboring golf destinations such as Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe.

    The 18-hole Mountain at Incline Village Golf Resort in Incline Village, Nevada is a resort golf course that opened in 1968. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. , Mountain at Incline Village Golf Resort measures 3527 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 102 and a 58.
    Wolf Run Golf Club is a favorite among southern Reno locals. The course was designed to blend seamlessly into the natural surroundings. The native fauna and terrain were imaginatively incorporated into the design.
    Red Hawk Golf & Resort in Sparks offers two championship courses that overlook the beautiful Spanish Springs Valley. The Hills Course is known for its dramatic elevation changes. Rolling fairways and small, undulating greens provide challenges throughout. There are also deep bunkers filled with pristine white marble sand strategically placed along the greens and fairways, giving a striking contrast to the lush green landscaping and the sparkling blue lakes.
  • Laughlin

    About 90 miles from Las Vegas, at the southern most tip of Nevada, is the bustling little casino town of Laughlin. The town is named for Don Laughlin, who owned the popular Las Vegas 101 Club and built the Riverside Casino on what used to be known as South Pointe on Route 66 near Needles, Calif. Now with a dozen casino hotels and about a half dozen golf courses in the area, Laughlin, ranked No. 17 among U.S. gambling areas, has become a destination on its own.

    Mojave Resort Golf Club has a reputation for being one of the best courses in the tri-state area. The layout has a traditional design that combines desert golf with a classic links-style course for a unique golfing experience. The golf course has a fair amount of challenges but it's player friendly enough to appeal to a wide range of skill levels.
  • Las Vegas

    There can only be one Las Vegas. It's the top spot on earth for all things entertainment, from bachelor parties to girls weekends. Whether its cigars or spas, steakhouses or shopping, Las Vegas can be a guilty or not-so-guilty pleasure for anyone.

    At Bear's Best, a 7,194-yard track about 20 minutes from The Strip, the Jack Nicklaus design team stuck to recreating holes from other Jack desert designs, making them actually almost fit into the natural surroundings. (Aside from the black sand bunkers and that's just so cool, you don't mind).
    Spanish Trail Country Club is a 27-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Founded in 1984, the club is one of the oldest in Las Vegas. The holes are divided into three nines, which can be played in different 18-hole combinations. The Canyon/Lakes Course is the longest of the three combinations and it begins with the most difficult of the nines.
    Gary Panks designed Aliante Golf Club to be player friendly rather than score crushing. It is supposed to be a Las Vegas golf version of Cheers.