A nod to the heritage and tradition of golf, the Royal Links Golf Club is one of the most distinctive courses in the country. Designed by Dye International, the links-style course replicates some of the most famous holes from 11 different British Open courses. The par-72 course measures 7,029 yards and offers five sets of tee boxes, accommodating all levels of skill. In keeping with tradition, the course includes more than 100 pot bunkers but no water elements. The spectacular course gives golfers the chance to play famous holes including St. Andrews’ “Hell Bunker” and “The Road Hole,” as well Royal Troon’s “The Postage Stamp.” Legendary holes from courses including Royal Liverpool, Preswick, Carnoustie, Turnberry, Muirfield and more can also be found, faithfully recreated, at the Royal Links Golf Club. Honors for the one-of-a-kind club include, among others, a 2006 Las Vegas Review Journal nod for “Best Course in Las Vegas” and a spot in GolfWeek’s list of “America’s Best Courses.”
The incredible experience continues with the professional forecarddies, who are knowledgeable about the history of each hole. Walking caddies are also on site to accompany those players who wish to walk the beautiful course.
And as one would expect, the castle-style clubhouse is like a step back in time. Guests will find a pro shop and authentic pub inside.