Desert Pines Golf Club Las Vegas is a Perry Dye layout with "a taste of the Carolinas." The owners have even gone so far as to import South Carolina pine needles for use throughout the course. Already considered by many to be one of the best courses in Las Vegas, it features more than 4,000 mature pine trees that line the fairways, water in play on nine of the 18 holes, and huge, undulating greens. Yes, I think Desert Pines Golf Club is one of Las Vegas’ must-play courses.
The 18-hole Desert Pines Golf Club course in Las Vegas, Nevada, plays 6,810 yards of golf from the tips a par of 71. The course rating is 70.4 and it has a slope rating of 129. Designed by Perry Dye, the Desert Pines golf course opened for play in 1996.
Green Fees: $179 weekends, $149 weekdays, $99 twilight; includes cart; subject to change, so please check with the golf club for up to date rates
Where to Stay:
I suggest you give the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Henderson a try. It’s reasonable and close to the golf course: Compare Prices
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How to get There:
The closest airport is Las Vegas International Airport. The airport is served by almost all U.S. and Canadian airlines and by many others from around the world.
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Desert Pines Golf Club, 3415 E Bonanza Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89101-2420;(702) 388-4400, Fax: (702) 438-8382
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