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Las Vegas National Golf Club Las Vegas Nevada
Las Vegas National Golf Club Las Vegas Nevada
Las Vegas National Golf Club Las Vegas Nevada
Las Vegas National Golf Club Las Vegas Nevada

Las Vegas National Golf Club

Las Vegas, NV
Reviewed by:  Long4par, San Diego

I played my last round in Vegas yesterday at the historic Las Vegas national golf course. I read a lot of reviews prior to playing and I was glad I played it. If you like Vegas you need to play this course at least once. Lots of good history and stories throughout the course.

The conditions were above average but not great. Most tee boxes were level but there were some that were not and some had been beat up. Fairways were nice and green and provided good roll. Greens were hard and fast. It was hard to get the ball to stop. Most had a few ball marks and they were a little bumpy for my taste. Bunkers were hard pan with very little sand.

Pace of play was awesome at under 4 hours during a slight wind day that made you think about your club selection. Like I said before I really enjoyed the course. Layout is not very hard with room to miss right or left. I like the stories and the history of the course. If you’re in Vegas I would suggest playing it at least once.