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De­signed by ar­chi­tect Bert Stamps in 1961, the Las Ve­gas Na­tional Golf Course is one of the most his­toric in town; in ad­di­tion to host­ing nu­mer­ous LPGA and PGA events, it was the site where Tiger Woods carded a 1-un­der par 70 (his high­est of the tour­na­ment) on the way to cap­tur­ing his first PGA Tour vic­tory in 1996. Palm, pine, and olive trees pro­tect the well-bunkered greens and lush fair­ways. This ex­quis­ite cham­pi­onship golf course is lo­cated only two miles from the Strip and the Las Ve­gas Con­ven­tion Cen­ter. It’s a great spot for fam­i­lies—ju­nior golf is free with a pay­ing adult, con­tact the golf shop for de­tails. Lo­cated at 1911 E. Desert Inn Rd. 702.734.1796

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