Where To Play Golf In Las Vegas

Tom Fazio’s lush golf course is built on the site of the old Desert Inn Golf Course but is nothing like the original it replaced. On the par-70 course, you’ll be up against elevation changes, lots of trees and water on 11 of the 18 holes, including the splashy waterfall backdrop on the 18th. If you weren’t just steps outside the Strip’s Wynn Las Vegas hotel, you might think you were in Georgia or South Carolina. The green fee is hefty, but you’ll receive the five-star treatment from the moment you arrive in the country-club style locker room. (Note: Hurry up and play as the course will be closing sometime this year.) wynnlasvegas.com