Bali Hai Golf Club, Las Vegas: Never in a million years would you believe they’d build a golf course right on the Las Vegas Strip, but they did. An incredible design by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, Bali Hai Golf Club, Las Vegas, is inspired by the beauty of the islands of the South Pacific. That being so, it features more than seven acres of water, 2500 palm trees, more than 100,000 tropical plants; it even has the obligatory an island green. The course is a vast tract of sugar white sand and black volcanic rock outcroppings. Forecaddies and carts with the GPS system make Bali Hai Golf Club, Las Vegas a complete, full-service facility.
The 18-hole Bali Hai golf course at plays 6,994 yards from the tips for a par of 71. The course rating is 73 and the slope is 130. Designed by Brian Curley and Lee E. Schmidt, the Bali Hai golf course opened for play in 2000. The Walters Group manages the facility.
Green Fees: Expensive: $325 on weekends; $275on weekdays; $175 twilight fees; includes cart; Rates are estimated and subject to change, so please check with the golf club for up to date rates
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Bali Hai Golf Club, 5160 Las Vegas Blvd., S. Las Vegas, NV 89119-3232; Toll Free: (888) 427-6682; Fax: (702) 597-1990
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