Nestled within one of the older parts of town, the Las Vegas Country Club has been a part of the Las Vegas golfing scene since 1967. Mature trees line the fairways of one of the last traditional
golf courses in town. With the addition of newly renovated greens and hazards, the LVCC has a new look without losing that traditional feel. In the past the LVCC was one of the favorites among the
rotation of courses used in the PGA Tour stop.
At 7200 yards and a par 72 this traditional golf course with Bermuda fairways and Bent grass greens, is a pure pleasure to play and will test players of all skill levels. The backdrop to several
holes offers guests views of the Las Vegas Strip skyline and provides a truly unique visual experience to accompany the finely manicured course.
The treacherous finishing 18th hole, a reachable par five with water directly in front of the green has made for many exciting finishes. Sterling Golf Services is excited to be able to provide this
venue as an option to the many exciting courses in the Las Vegas area. LVCC is a makes for a great change of pace when placed between two desert/mountain golf courses within a multi-round package!
Tees Yardage Rating Slope
Black 7203 74.7 125
Gold 7653 72.6 121
Silver 6246 70.8 118
Bronze 5524 71.5 123
Las Vegas Country Club
Year Built: 1967
Course Architect: Ed Ault / Mark Rathert
Course Style: Traditional
Course Difficulty: Moderate
Number of Holes: 18
Caddies Available: No
Distance From Strip: 4 Miles
• Driving Range
• Putting Green
• Locker Room/Showers
• Group Event Accommodations