Desert Pines Golf Club

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When you come to Vegas you want to experience some things that you usually don’t do back home. Unless you are from the Carolinas, playing golf at the Desert Pines Golf Club in las vegas is one of those experiences. For golfing in Las Vegas, we invite you to experience the Carolina sandhills right here in Las Vegas. As you begin your Vegas golf round

at Desert Pines Golf Club you will feel transported from the closed-in casinos and overpowering glitz to a place where you can enjoy the fresh, cooling, calming scent of real pine trees.

This Dye-designed Las Vegas golf course features over 4,000 mature pine trees lining the fairways with green grass running from tees to pins. White sand bunkers protect large, undulating, bent grass greens

Fashioned after those at Augusta National Golf Club. Although there are no forced carries, four lakes will add to the excitement and beauty of your round. Desert Pines is often referred to as Las Vegas’ “Top Strategic Course” and is conveniently located less than 10 minutes from downtown and less than 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

The best of Vegas golf, Desert Pines was recognized as one of the best new upscale courses in the country by Golf Digest and was selected as a host course by the Golf Channel for the very popular Big Break II.   It also ranked #50 in the 2009 GolfDigest’s Readers Choice Top 50 Public Courses in the country.You will know Desert Pines is for golfers when you first enter the clubhouse through the front double doors.
Take a moment and view the display of high quality framed photos of legends of the game from the 30’s and 40’. Walters Hagen and Francis Quimet (1934) are joined there by Champion Claude Harmon at the 1948 Masters on Augusta National’s #13, pant legs rolled up and hitting out of wet marsh area.
There is Bobby Jones smoking a cigar and dapper Gene Sarazan sitting on the grass as a spectator. Desert Pines was built for, and is run by, people who love and respect this great game.
Opening in February of 1997, the course underwent extensive renovation in the summer of 2007. All 18 greens were completely rebuilt and topped with new bent grass putting surfaces that provide a TOUR quality aspect to the round with speeds planned to roll around a 10. Aesthetic and ecological enhancements were also made

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