– Distance from Strip: 20 – 25 Min.
– Course Type: Desert / Canyon
– Designer: B. Casper & G. Nash
– Opened: 1999
– Number of Holes: 18
– GPS: No (Yardage Guides)
– Elevation Changes: Severe
– Metal Spikes Allowed: No
– Pro On-site: Yes
Pro shop • Clubhouse • Driving Range
Practice Balls Included • Putting Greens
Practice Sand Traps • Lessons
Restaurant / Bar • Group Event Accommodations
Revere Lexington Golf Course greens fee, cart fee, and range balls
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Dynamic Pricing Explained: A new strategy taken on by certain courses in the city where the price for each tee time throughout each day is based on supply & demand. The more tee times available the cheaper the price, as the tee sheet fills up the price begins to increase.
The Revere Golf Club Lexington course is the first course built at The Revere back in 1999. Deemed as the better of the two courses, the Lexington course plays more difficult than its sister course, the Concord. With more blind shots, tighter fairways that twist and turn through the desert terrain, and a longer over all layout, bringing some extra balls on this track might be a good idea. There are dramatic elevation changes basically on every hole. There isn’t a course in the city that can claim better elevation changes or more panoramic views than the The Revere Golf Club Lexington course.
The number one handicap hole on the Lexington course is the par-4 number three, which plays 442 yards. Like Paul Revere’s horse, this hole has a wild, free spirit. To tame it you’ll have to favor accuracy over distance. Bunkers guard the right side of the fairway, and a desert wash runs the entire length of the hole on the left. Also, the fairway narrows as it gets closer to the green and anything too long or left will drop into the canyon and be lost for good. Favor the right side of the green with your approach. The longest hole on the course is number 11, a par-5 stretching 625 yards in length. Named after the poet who authored the famed “Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,” this hole is pure poetry. Thanks to a double fairway, broken by pockets of natural vegetation, players can choose between two routes to the green after hitting their tee shots. The right-hand fairway is the safer route to the green for high-handicap players. Yet, its wider landing areas and more forgiving design are countered by a more challenging approach shot to the green which is well protected from that angle by a large bunker and natural vegetation. By contrast, the left side fairway is much tighter. Yet, those who risk a second shot here are rewarded with a shorter route and better, less obstructed angle to the pin.
Noted as our customer’s favorite venue for tournament, bachelor parties, or corporate outings, The Revere Golf Club has the best facility and service from the drive up to the 19th hole. With banquet rooms able to accommodate any sized group and the Buckman’s Grille serving interesting surprises, The Revere Golf club is ready for your next group outing. The Buckman’s Grille is full service restaurant and bar that offers unmatched views of the Las Vegas Valley. The entire north side of the clubhouse is floor to ceiling glass. From the restaurant and private banquet rooms, you will find spectacular full views of the entire Las Vegas valley and the Las Vegas Strip. Trust VIP Golf Services with The Revere Golf Club; this is one you will remember and another "must play."
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.