The course has played host to multiple PGA and LPGA Tour Events, but Las Vegas National Golf Club is probably best known as the place where Tiger Woods got his first PGA Tour victory in 1996. Just a few miles from the Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas National is a pristine championship, par-71 course dotted with thousands of mature palm trees that surround the meandering fairways, well-bunkered greens and serene water features. The result is a traditional, oasis-styled course with a vintage Las Vegas feel. Built in 1961 and designed by Bert Stamps, the course covers 6,815 yards from the back tees and has hosted golf greats including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino. The beautiful course is a throwback to its era, thanks to its wide greens and three sets of tees. Years of immaculate grooming make the course conditions truly flawless and a favorite of local golfers. Las Vegas National also features numerous practice areas, including a chipping green with a large practice bunker and putting green in addition to a lighted driving range. Guests will also find a clubhouse, pro shop and restaurant. All in all, a round at Las Vegas National Golf Club adds up to a classic golf experience in a comfortable and legendary setting.