Nevada Golf Destinations

  • 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.

    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.
    Situated less than five miles from downtown, LakeRidge Golf Course is one of Reno's most accessible courses. Designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1969, the course has a traditional layout with challenges that have withstood the test of time, garnering the course a local following.
    Genoa Lakes Golf Club offers two championship courses, the Resort and the Lakes. They are located just two miles apart but they offer completely different rounds. The 7,290-yard Resort Course will reward power and distance. Carved from the rugged Sierra Nevada foothills, the golf course offers stunning views of the Carson Valley and a beautiful high desert landscape.
  • 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.

    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.
    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
    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.
  • 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.

    Silverstone Golf Club offers 27 holes of championship golf located less than 30 minutes form the Strip. The three nines are home of the Las Vegas Celebrity Players Tour. They are played in three different 18-hole combinations that all offer scenic views of nearby Sheep Mountain. The Valley/Mountain Course starts with the shortest nine followed by the longest.
    Badlands Golf Club offers 27 holes of championship golf that are played in three challenging, 18-hole combinations. The courses sprawl across a stunning landscape of deep canyons and ravines that provide each course with a different set of challenges as well as beautiful scenery. Be prepared for a tricky round of target golf on the Desperado/Outlaw combination.
    Stallion Mountain Golf Club is conveniently situated just minutes from the Strip, but this Las Vegas golf course feels much further away thanks to a scenic landscape of towering, mature pines and six sparkling lakes. Over the years the course has hosted several major events including Frank Sinatra's Celebrity Classic and Las Vegas Invitational.
  • 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.