Las Vegas National Golf Club

Las Vegas National Member Card Will Save You Big

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Dec. 6, 2017)–It’s time to find those last-minute holiday gifts for the golfers on your list. Or splurge on yourself! And there may not be a better stocking-stuffer than the 2018 Player’s Card from Las Vegas National Golf Club. The card,
which costs just $79 through Dec. 31, 2017, will give golfers plenty to be thankful for before, during and after the holidays—reduced rates for an entire year at one of Vegas’ most historic layouts. Buy the card today. — By Bill Bowman, Las Vegas Golf Insider staff.

“It’s a quality golf course and we really want to be loyal to our local players,” said Joe Kelly, director of sales and marketing. “The more you use the card, the more money you’ll save. It’s just a great program.”

It’s simple: Buy the card as a gift (and maybe even one for yourself) and start saving money. How much money? Well, let’s count the ways.

Start off with a $20 savings off the price of the card which is regularly $99. After players tee it up for 10 rounds, the 11th is free. Players also receive a free round on their birthday. They also receive two free guest passes (there are a few restrictions so be sure to check these out). There are also reduced rates for the cardholder as well as the cardholder’s guests for the entire year. And there’s so much more.

One note: The Player’s Card is valid only for Clark County residents.

Las Vegas National opened in 1961 as the Stardust Country Club. The course plays 6,721 yards from the tips, but with multiple sets of tees its playable for everyone from pros (Tiger Woods and other PGA pros teed it up here at the Las Vegas Invitational) to beginners. The true tests on this par-71 layout are the five par 3s. They range from the shortest at 179 yards to a staggering 233 yards. They will challenge players’ distance control as well as accuracy.

But with the 2018 Player’s Card, golfers can certainly take on those challenges–as well as the other 13 tree-lined beauties–as often as they want.

“If you’ve got three buddies that you play golf with a lot, get the card and you’ll save money every time you play,” Kelly said.