Course Review and Comments
Magnificient views, demanding layout, lightning fast greens, and a whole lotta trouble if you don't pay attention to what's in front of you. They were filming one of the national Pro-Am late stage matches when we played. Some of the water features were not "turned on", but that may have been due to maintenance or water shortage issues. There is room to move the ball down the fairway and onto the green if you don't try and overextend yourself. But if you stray off the fairways there is a whale of a lot of trouble. Keep yourself under control and you will definitely enjoy this remarkable course. NL
More user reviews for Reflection Bay Golf Club - Public
August 18th, 2008 09:47
Great course, fantastic layout. Course condition was a little (actually a lot) rough in some spots but I would probably attribute that to it being off-season in anticipation of overseeding. The servic
April 09th, 2008 01:34
So very glad that I booked ahead of time. Cheaper to rent a car than to pay cab fair from the strip. Not difficult to find. Plan accordingly.
February 26th, 2008 23:43
what you see in front of you is what you get.there is only one blind tee shot . course in decmber was in fantastic condition and quiet. so peaceful yet all your concetration needed. if you avoid the b
December 27th, 2007 18:40
Desert, water, sand, length, elevation changes all add to the fun and challenge of this great design by Jack. Conditions are immaculate, especially considering that it is a public course. I will play
October 27th, 2007 20:25
Jack Nicklaus design in the beautiful Lake Las Vegas complex - gorgeous! Nice practice facility as well. Lush fairways, perfect greens, sand, water, desert. Varied and a challenging layout.
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