Lake Las Vegas Golfing

Although there are many golf resorts in Las Vegas, the Lake Las Vegas Resorts provide a total vacation experience for the visitor who wants to do and see it all!

Are you interested in taking a vacation that combines the glamour of Las Vegas and the charm of an Italian Villa? Do you want to enjoy golf in the day time and the casinos at night? A vacation at the Lake Las Vegas Resorts will fulfill all of your desires! This Tuscan-styled golf resort feature four first class accommodation choices, which include the AAA Five Diamond rated The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas, the AAA Four Diamond rated Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas Resort, Spa and Casino, and the alluring MonteLago Village Resort.

The MonteLago Village Resort is developed, designed and managed by Intrawest, famous for their expertise in ski and golf resorts. First class amenities include a fitness center, and in-resort transportation. However, you will want to stroll through the streets on foot at the beautiful MonteLago Village. Unique shops, restaurants and art galleries can occupy hours of your time. Relax! You might be in Vegas, but at the Lake Las Vegas Resorts, you are on the slow pacing of Italian time.

When you are ready to play a game of golf, head out to the Reflections Bay Golf Club. This is the first public Nevada golf course that was personally designed by Jack Nicklaus. Reflection Bay Golf Club is host to the nationally televised Wendy’s Three-Tour Challenge benefiting the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. As the 7,261-yard, par-72 award-winning course meanders through the desert, enjoy the spectacular views of Lake Las Vegas. Three waterfalls provide serenity as you play your game. Five of the holes at the Reflections Bay Golf Club are located along the Lake Las Vegas shoreline. In the warm weather, you'll enjoy the cool breezes form the lake. Reflection Bay Golf Club is home to the Golf Institute at Lake Las Vegas Resort, where top pros can help you improve your game. Reflections Bay was nominated by "GOLF Magazine" as one of the "Top 10 Best New Courses You Can Play" for 1999.

Lake Las Vegas Golf Club
Lake Las Vegas Golf Club

The Falls at Lake Las Vegas is the resort’s newest golf club. Golf architect Tom Weiskopf designed a course filled with changes in elevation that produce a number of steep drops from the tees down to the fairways. The dramatic elevation changes begin at hole number 12 and continue through hole number 14. Before you take your shot, check out the view of the Stratosphere! The 12th hole at the Falls at Lake Las Vegas and the Stratosphere on the strip match up at exactly eye-level! Tom Weiskopf actually measured this when building the Falls at Las Vegas.

The course at the Falls at Las Vegas starts in the valley of the desert and works its way up. When you reach the top, you will love the views from the tee boxes. Don’t forget to bring your camera! There is much to see at this Las Vegas golf resort.

Although there are many golf resorts in Las Vegas, the Lake Las Vegas Resorts provide a total vacation experience for the visitor who wants to do and see it all!

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