Las Vegas National Golf Club, which was founded in 1961 as the Stardust Country Club, is arguably the most historic golf course in Las Vegas. Now you can play it for only $55 or $220 for a foursome on May 1 during a special Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Play Day. Click to the link to reserve limited tee times for that day.
If you can’t play on May 1, be sure to play Las Vegas National on another day and experience where Mickey Wright, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer and so many other legends walked the fairways.
From 1961-66, the course hosted the LPGA Championship, a major, and for dozens of years the course hosted the Sahara Invitational. Las Vegas National also hosted the PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions in 1967-68. The PGA Tour returned and was one of three courses used when Tiger Woods earned his initial PGA Tour victory be winning the Las Vegas Invitational.
Las Vegas National is also the home of the official Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame exhibit that is located in the clubhouse and adjacent the Rat Pack Bar & Grill. The Rat Pack Bar & Grill got the name because Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin and other celebs hung out and played the course.
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“The National” as it is known was designed by Bert Stamps and is the heart of the historic Paradise Palms community. As you play the course, you should read the historic tee markers that detail the who’s who that has lived on the course.
Be sure to make Las Vegas National a play during your Vegas golf vacation. Here is more information about tee times and course information.