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Las Vegas Country Club

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Anybody know anything about the Las Vegas Country Club? That is the one behind the LVH by the convention center.

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It's a traditional private country club. During my many visits to LV, I've played about two dozen courses but never could get on this one.

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Have been on one golf trip to Vegas and played it - I wouldn't have guessed it was that hard to get on.

Course was fine but nothing you will remember for long - condition was good as you would expect at a CC - staff was attentive and polite - lunch was standard club type food - in my opinion it is a good starter course for a trip. it is close to the airport and the hotels, nothing to get crazy about but will treat you well and provide a solid quality product.

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With so many outstanding courses in the area, it's not really a must play.

I've walked Shadow Creek once for the M.J tournament and really couldn't imagine a place being anymore amazing that's located in Las Vegas. I've heard arguments from the locals that say Cascatta and the wynn is comparable.

I would think Southern Highlands or Dragon Ridge is a bit more tricky than LVCC to get on and play. What LVCC has that they don't, is that it's on the strip and I think that adds to allure of the

course. Unlike Bali Hai, It's on the strip but in a terrible location. Huge aircraft taking off and landing above you can get annoying for such a nice course that can charge 125 to 200 bucks a rack

If you're hip to about and hour drive, I highly recommend coyote springs, you take the I-15 N then exit onto a two lane road for about 35 miles. The greens are ridiculously undulating, 3 putts will rear its ugly head all day long.

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