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.

    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.
    The Lakes is one of two championship courses at Genoa Lakes Golf Club. The other course, the Resort, is a traditional links design that is different enough from the Lakes Course to make both worth a play. Both golf courses are lengthy, but the Lakes just slightly more so. As its name would imply, there is plenty of water to be found throughout.
    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.
  • 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.

    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.
    Desert Pines Golf Club is an 18 hole, par-71 daily fee course. With a Slope/Rating of 122/70.4, there is plenty of action here for golfers of all abilities. The course opened in 1997 and underwent major enhancements in 2007, including 18 completely rebuilt greens topped with bent grass putting surfaces.
    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.
  • 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.
    The 18-hole Palms Golf Course in Mesquite, Nevada is a resort golf course that opened in 1990. Designed by William Hull, Palms Golf Course measures 7008 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 137 and a 74.9 USGA rating. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.
    The 18-hole Casablanca Resort & Casino in Mesquite, Nevada is a resort golf course that opened in 1996. Designed by Cal Olson, Casablanca Resort & Casino measures 7011 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 130 and a 72.5 USGA rating. The course features 5 sets of tees for different skill levels.