– Distance from Strip: 30 – 35 min
– Course Type: Desert / Tropical
– Designer: Jack Nicklaus
– Opened: 1998
– Number of Holes: 18
– GPS: No (Yardage Guides=$5)
– Caddy: No
– Elevation Changes: Moderate
– Metal Spikes Allowed: No
– Pro On-site: Yes
Pro shop • Clubhouse • Driving Net (40-Yard Hitting Net)
Chipping Green • Putting Green • Lessons
Restaurant/Bar • Covered Pavilion & Patio
Group Event Accommodations • Locker Room • Showers
Reflection Bay Golf Course greens fee, cart fee, and range balls
The first public resort golf course in Nevada personally designed by Jack Nicklaus, and the host course to the televised Wendy’s Three-Tour Challenge benefiting the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, we welcome you to the Reflection Bay Golf Club at the beautiful Lake Las Vegas. The 7,261-yard, par 72 award-winning course is constructed through the desert while providing breathtaking views of Lake Las Vegas. Fashioned from the terrain's natural contours with planned bunkering and flawless greens, the course features three waterfalls and shots around arroyos and bodies of water you will be amazed by. Being rated by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the “Top 75 Best Resort Courses in America,” and to be on the "Top Ten You Can Play" list by Golf Magazine, when you are playing Reflection Bay Golf Club, you are playing one of the best. With several of the 18 holes playing against 10 miles of the water's edge among a 320-acre man-made lake, this is Jack Nicklaus’s first true Las Vegas masterpiece built back in 1998; it quickly has become a favorite for many locals and visitors to the Las Vegas area.
For the skilled of players, Reflection Bay Golf Club will be a true test. With many holes requiring pin point accuracy to fairways and greens heavily guarded by bunkers and or water with many tricky undulations, you need to bring your “A” game to fire a low score at Reflection Bay Golf Club. To make the course playable for all skill levels, many of the forced caries and water features are taken out of play with the forward tees. Even from the forward tees, you still get what you paid for; a gorgeous golf course with an experience of playing through rock arroyos, rolling fairways, desert valleys and a lake that you will not believe is made by man.
Five holes are located along one and a half miles of Lake Las Vegas' majestic shoreline. One of Reflection Bay Golf Club's true highlights include the picturesque 199-yard par-3 eighth hole with beaches, bunkers and palms that create a dynamic shoreline and backdrop. Another notable par-3 is the 164-yard seventh where the green might as well be floating on the lake. The finishing holes on both nines are nothing to be reckoned with; both guiding along the edge of the shoreline. The 561-yard par-5 eighteenth plays to a somewhat uphill elevation change with of course the water guarding the right side, not so perfect for the average slicer. Hitting to a small green, accuracy is the most important feature of your game. With water behind the green and trouble left and right, a par is a solid finish.
Reflection Bay Golf Club is located 25-30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. The Reflection Bay Golf Clubhouse offers a perfect setting for relaxing after a round of golf. Enjoy the comfortable lounge area inside or take in the spectacular views outside on the patios and balconies overlooking the tranquil waters and white sand beach. The panorama of lakeside beauty also provides the ideal venue for banquets, weddings, or any type of celebration. With the best staff in town able to serve any leisure day of golf or tournament needs, make the Reflection Bay Golf Club your next venue for your upcoming corporate golf outing. The course plays Ryegrass or Bermuda fairways and Bentgrass greens year-around. The facility comes complete with a large driving range, putting green and short game area. Reflection Golf Club is a “must play” for Las Vegas golf.
Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who is dressed inappropriately. Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.