Las Vegas National Golf Course - Resort Review

August 25th, 2013 18:45


First Name Austin
Last Name Leavitt
Handicap 5

Course Review and Comments

Despite it's fascinating history, the golf course itself is nothing special. The back 9 is definitely more interesting and has more character than the front. There are actually some great holes out there (#13 comes to mind), but lots of straight-away and flat holes. The greens were decent, but the fairways were burnt and dry. I think it would be fun to play if it were in better shape, but if you are spending the money to play golf in Las Vegas, you might as well buck up and head to Bali Hai or something.


Date course was played Saturday 24th of August 2013
Price paid for golf 0
Price comments Paid $88 for the golf, cart, rental clubs and range balls.
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Recommend Yes

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