The Las Vegas Strip's Bali Hai Golf Club: Not going anywhere for now
With local reports swirling about Bali Hai Golf Club being shut down to build a commercial and industrial park, our man in Las Vegas, Bill Bowman, reports that Bali Hai is alive and well and it should be three years at the earliest before the course goes anywhere.
A staple of the Las Vegas Strip since 2000, course officials report the 7,000-yard course with more than 4,000 palm trees is in prime shape this fall with the same top service levels and will be for the foreseeable future.
One Las Vegas golf package available will help you save some cash on this premium golf course. The Mirage Golf Package offers rooms up to 15 percent off and $50 off golf at Bali Hai, Desert Pines Golf Club or Royal Links G.C.
It will be a shame for all golfers if Bali Hai does eventually close given it’s such a unique play in Las Vegas and such a short drive from the strip hotels. But for now, it’s business at its luxurious norm.
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