Designed by renowned golf course architect Rees Jones with a budget of roughly $60 million dollars, it’s no surprise that Cascata ranks as one of Golf Digest’s top 100 courses in the country. The spectacular design, uncompromising service and incomparable luxury make for an extravagant and unequaled golfing experience. Italian for "waterfall," Cascata is suitably named, with guests greeted by a 418-foot waterfall tumbling down a steep mountainside into a river that flows through the Tuscan-style clubhouse. Old World elegance infuses every bit of the Cascata experience, from the personalized locker plaques in the lavishly-appointed lounges to the dining room’s sublime gourmet meals to the uncrowded, unparalleled par-72 course. Declared “golf’s hidden treasure” by Sports Illustrated, Cascata offers spectacular vistas, meandering streams, tranquil lakes and lush fairways. With no tee times, guests are welcome to warm up on the practice range at the base of Red Mountain for as long as they like. And with no more than 12 players on the course per day, Cascata feels like a truly private golfer’s paradise. Guests are accompanied by a tour-class caddie, while Class A PGA professionals handle golf instruction and equipment care needs. Cascata may be a mere 30 minutes from the bustling Las Vegas Strip, but as the ultimate in privacy and indulgence, it’s truly worlds away. Mandatory four caddies.